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Pearl Jam debut new song “Moline” and perform No Code in full — watch

on October 18, 2014, 11:15am

Photo by David Brendan Hall

Fans at last night’s Pearl Jam show in Moline, Illinois were treated to a pair of big surprises, as Alternative Nation points out.

The band began their set with an unannounced full performance of their fourth studio album, No Code. According to Eddie Vedder, it marked only the second time in the band’s career that they played an entire album in concert.

Equally exciting was the debut of a brand new song called “Moline” to kick off Pearl Jam’s first encore of the evening. Vedder reportedly wrote the song 10 minutes before the show and said it related to the band’s classic single, “Better Man”.

Watch fan-shot footage from the concert below. The full 36-song, two-encore setlist follows.

“Moline”:

“Hail, Hail”:

“Smile”:

“Present Tense”:

Setlist:
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town

Full performance of No Code
Sometimes
Hail Hail
Who You Are
In My Tree
Smile
Off He Goes
Habit
Red Mosquito
Lukin
Present Tense
Mankind (Tour debut)
I’m Open (Tour debut)
Around the Bend

Given to Fly
Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd cover)
Corduroy
Mind Your Manners
Brain of J.
Infallible
Even Flow
Gone
Garden
Porch

Encore
Moline (New Song)
Bee Girl
Imagine (John Lennon cover)
In Hiding
Lightning Bolt
Do the Evolution
Jeremy
Why Go

Encore 2
Eruption (Van Halen cover)
Alive
Fuckin’ Up (Neil Young cover)
Yellow Ledbetter

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