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Pearl Jam perform Vs. in full at Greenville, South Carolina concert

Fans who adore "Rats" must have been pretty, pretty ... pretty stoked

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    Photo via Pearl Jam

    Pearl Jam are only a week removed from their tour kickoff and already pulling no punches. On Saturday night, fans in Greenville, South Carolina were treated to the first full performance of the band’s legendary sophomore album, 1993’s Vs.

    Eddie Vedder and co. began their set with Vitalogy’s “Corduroy” before diving headfirst into the album’s 12 tracks, from “Go” to “Indifference”. Oddly enough, “Rats” and “Leash” were the only songs off the album they haven’t played on this tour yet.

    The full 33-song, two-encore setlist can be seen below. If you recall, Pearl Jam similarly performed No Code in full two years ago.

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    Setlist:
    Corduroy

    Vs.
    Go
    Animal
    Daughter
    Glorified G
    Dissident
    W.M.A.
    Blood
    Rearviewmirror
    Rats (Tour debut)
    Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
    Leash (Tour debut)
    Indifference

    Mind Your Manners
    Swallowed Whole
    Sirens
    Let the Records Play
    Spin the Black Circle
    Do the Evolution

    Encore:
    Future Days (Tour debut)
    Nothingman
    Given to Fly
    Present Tense
    Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd cover)
    Lightning Bolt
    Porch

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    Encore 2:
    Last Kiss (Wayne Cochran cover)
    Breath (Tour debut)
    Comatose
    Better Man
    Alive
    Baba O’Riley (The Who cover)
    Yellow Ledbetter

    Watch fan-shot footage of Pearl Jam kicking off last night’s show with “Corduroy”:

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    “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town”:

    “Indifference”:

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