Pearl Jam: 'You, My Son, Are Weird!'
Mat Snow, Q, November 1993
Theyve a singer, Eddie Vedder, who makes Lou Reed look like a happy-go-lucky bloke; theyre vilified in the press and manically suspicious of The Biz. Yet Seattles Pearl Jam have happened, big time, their debut LP outselling Nirvanas Nevermind and sweeping the recent MTV awards. Mat Snow approaches with caution. Good move, as it turns out.
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