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Pearl Jam Perform ‘No Code’ In Its Entirety In the Quad Cities

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If you were lucky enough to see Pearl Jam in the Quad Cities last night (Oct. 17), you might have experienced one of the most special concerts they’ve put on in a long, long time.

The 36-song set included the debut of the appropriately titled track, ‘Moline’ — Moline, Ill. is part of the Quad Cities, and the concert was at the town’s I Wireless Center. With lyrics like, “Been here before / But that must have been a dream,” Eddie Vedder no doubt made some fans’ dreams come true (dreams they didn’t even realize they had). Check out the solo performance below:

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And beyond that special song, Pearl Jam kicked the night off (after a performance of ‘Elderly Woman Behind the Counter In a Small Town’) with ‘Sometimes,’ followed by ‘Hail Hail,’ followed by ‘Who You Are’ … see where this is going? They jammed all 13 songs from 1996’s ‘No Code’ — this marked the first time on their current tour that they played ‘I’m Open.’ Watch fan-filmed footage of track No. 2, ‘Hail, Hail,’ in the first video above, and ‘Present Tense,’ below:

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There aren’t many more chances to see Pearl Jam on the ‘Lightning Bolt’ tour (five to be exact — two of which are sold-out); get their remaining schedule here.

Next: Eddie Vedder Makes Fan's Dream Come True 22 Years Later

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