Full Show Friday | Pearl Jam At Pinkpop Festival 1992

In just under two months Pearl Jam will embark on an extensive fall tour. For today's Full Show Friday selection, we take the JamBase time machine back 21 years to the Summer of '92. The grunge-rockers were seeing their slow-selling debut, Ten, start to break through thanks to singles such as "Alive," "Even Flow" and "Jeremy" as well as the group's extensive touring in support of the album. On June 8 Pearl Jam played before one of the biggest crowds in their history up until that point at the Pinkpop Festival in The Netherlands. All these years later, the set PJ delivered is still considered one of the best in the long-running festival's history.

For their 12-song set at Pinkpop '92, Pearl Jam mixed most of the songs from Ten with a batch of covers including "Pulled Up" by Talking Heads and Neil Young's "Rockin' In The Free World." The band was on fire even as a storm enveloped the concert site. Lead singer Eddie Vedder channels the crowd's energy throughout the set, going so far as diving into the audience during "Porch." So take 45 minutes out of your day to give this landmark performance a view...

Setlist: Even Flow, Why Go (Rain), Jeremy, Deep, Alive, Black, Leash, Once, Porch, Pulled Up (Talking Heads cover), Suggestion (Fugazi cover), Rockin' in the Free World (Neil Young cover)

[Published on: 8/16/13]

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