After surprising fans in Moline, Ill. on Friday night by performing their entire 1996 album ‘No Code,’ Pearl Jam continued the trend playing their 1998 album ‘Yield’ from front to back in Milwaukee last night (Oct. 20).

Prior to launching into the album, Pearl Jam kicked off the show with ‘Mind Your Manners,’ ‘Corduroy’ and ‘Lightning Bolt,’ before surprising fans with an early show cover of The Who’s ‘Baba O’Reilly,’ featuring Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen. After the band rocked ‘Brain of J,’ the opening track of their fifth studio album, they proceeded to play 'Yield' in it's entirety busting out ‘Faithfull,’ ‘No Way,’ as well as ‘Do the Evolution,’ ‘In Hiding’ (watch above) and closing with ‘All Those Yesterdays.’

Following the complete performance of ‘Yield,’ Pearl Jam stormed into versions of ‘Even Flow,’ ‘Sirens,’ ‘Eddie Vedder’s solo song ‘Setting Forth’ and ‘Rearviewmirror.”

The band performed two lengthy encores, much to the delight of the capacity crowd, featuring versions of ‘Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town,’ ‘Jeremy,’ ‘Porch,’ ‘Alive,’ ‘Black’ and a cover of Tom Petty’s ‘I Won’t Back Down,’ celebrating the singer and songwriter’s 64th birthday. Pearl Jam closed the show with ‘Yellow Ledbetter’ and ‘The Star-Spangled Banner.’

If the trend continues, Pearl Jam will perform their 2000 album ‘Binaural’ in Denver tomorrow night (Oct. 22). The band will then perform at Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit on Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 25 and 26).

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