The crowd — full of fans that spent the entire night enthusiastically clapping, stomping and pogoing — appreciated the new tracks, but they were really there to see what tricks the band had planned. (The Pearl Jam forum was predictably active right after the show, with fans comparing the Baltimore setlist to other cities'.) An early treat was "Lukin," a 63-second, punk-inspired song from 1996's "No Code." Appropriately, it followed Vedder's acknowledgement that Ian MacKaye was in the building. Later, "Spin the Black Circle," a hyper "Vitalogy" cut, was dedicated to MacKaye's Dischord record label.