Pearl Jam Performs No Code In Its Entirety In Moline

By Scott Bernstein Oct 18, 2014 7:30 am PDT

Seattle rockers Pearl Jam visited the Illinois city of Moline for the first time last night and had a special treat in store for the capacity crowd at iWireless Center. After opening with “Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town,” Eddie Vedder and Co. rolled through each and every track from their 1996 studio album, No Code.

The complete performance of No Code included the tour debuts of “Mankind” and “I’m Open.” Pearl Jam’s main set also featured a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Interstellar Overdrive” and originals from throughout their career. Vedder started out the encore with a song he penned about “Moline” before the show, a rare take on “Bee Girl” and a cover of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Other highlights from the lengthy pair of encores were a version of “Fuckin’ Up” by Neil Young and Van Halen’s “Eruption.”

Watch fan-shot footage of Vedder’s song about “Moline”:

Here’s the setlist from last night’s show:

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