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 Post subject: Muse
PostPosted: Sun September 15, 2013 5:03 pm 
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They sure deserve a thread.


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great song

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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That's a great song. IMO their last great album was 'Absolution'.

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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I agree, Absolution is my favorite MUSE album, their more recent stuff I almost never listen to.


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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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my rank:

origin of symmetry (9.80)
absolution (9.70)
black holes and revelations (9.00)
showbiz (8.30)
the resistance (7.10)
the 2nd law (7.00)

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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lol the second law is the only thing i listened to

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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lol the second law is the only thing i listened to


you should get OoS and Absolution, seriously

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psychobain wrote:
Dev wrote:
lol the second law is the only thing i listened to


you should get OoS and Absolution, seriously

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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i like the first albums....havent listened to their new stuff...and by new i think its their last 3 albums or something like that.

Still their live show is very good, saw them at a small theatre (amazing) and opening for u2 and they were great.

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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the new blu-ray is quite good

the recent stuff sounds better live

anyway, they're talking about the new album already, looks like they're ditching the symphonic/electronic sound and back to the basics

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I'll have to check out their older stuff. I've only heard Black Holes and Resistance and enjoy them both.

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Newborn is one of my favorite songs ever.

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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Kaius wrote:
I'll have to check out their older stuff. I've only heard Black Holes and Resistance and enjoy them both.


origin of symmetry and absolution

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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This is one of the bands I want to see most but havent.


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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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psychobain wrote:
Kaius wrote:
I'll have to check out their older stuff. I've only heard Black Holes and Resistance and enjoy them both.


origin of symmetry and absolution

please

:nice: These are during the pinnacle of Muse's work. Before and after that are only worth a look if you're a die hard fan.

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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I thought some folks here might enjoy this, one of my all-time favourite bootlegs :thumbsup:

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LIVE AT GLASTONBURY

Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK
27th June 2004

10th Anniversary Definitive Edition

Audio glitches patched by ridleybradout
Remastered by JWB

Artwork by ridleybradout

June 2014


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BBC Wildfeed > MPG > DVD > DVD Audio Extractor > WAV > Nero WaveEditor/Soundtrax for patching > CoolEdit for remaster > CD Wave Editor for track splitting > FLAC LEVEL 8

"This has been the best gig of our lives"

Voted by NME readers as the greatest performance at Glastonbury ever, Muse's headline performance on the Pyramid stage in 2004 was nothing short of extraordinary. Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis recalls: "People were sceptical initially about Muse as headliners. They were a bit: 'McCartney, Oasis, Muse? Hmmm.' But I was like, 'You watch!' and it really blew people's minds. It was the best performance of that year. Everyone in that audience was like, 'What is THIS?' and so it was probably the ultimate booking".

Every song in Muse's wonderfully paced set was played to perfection. The performance was captured by the BBC and released on the 'Absolution Tour' DVD in 2005, however two tracks (possibly the best ever performances of Citizen Erased and Stockholm Syndrome) were cut from the release, and the DVD audio mix left a lot to be desired. The original BBC broadcast of the full show has been circulating for the last decade as a fan-made DVD. Although the audio mix was arguably better than the official DVD, the BBC broadcast unfortunately contained a number of audio glitches and dropouts, most noticeably in New Born, Sing For Absolution, Time Is Running Out and Blackout.

In the lead-up to the 10th Anniversary of this classic show, I took it upon myself to manually patch up these glitches so that they are now audibly invisible. I also recruited remaster guru JWB to give the mix a bit of a face-lift, so that it now has some balls and sounds on par with an official release. The encore break between Plug In Baby and Blackout has also been shortened so that the show now fits on an 80 minute CD-R.

So please enjoy one of rock music's all-time greatest gigs, finally glitch-free, and in full.

Please trade freely and only convert to lossy/mp3 for personal use.

Setlist:

Main set
01 Hysteria
02 New Born
03 Sing For Absolution
04 Muscle Museum
05 Citizen Erased / (Take A Bow instrumental)
06 Apocalypse Please
07 Ruled By Secrecy
08 (Piano interlude) / Sunburn
09 (Glastonbury riff) / Butterflies & Hurricanes
10 Bliss
11 (Heartbreaker riff) / Time Is Running Out
12 Plug In Baby

Encore
13 Blackout
14 Stockholm Syndrome / (Execution Commentary riff + Agitated riff)


Dedicated to William Howard R.I.P.

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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Thank god they've dropped the whole dub-step thing and gone back to their roots. Not bad at all

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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Rangi Guy wrote:
Thank god they've dropped the whole dub-step thing and gone back to their roots. Not bad at all

Back to their roots indeed - they've been playing that riff as an outro to Stockholm Syndrome for over a decade!


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Thank god they've dropped the whole dub-step thing and gone back to their roots. Not bad at all

Back to their roots indeed - they've been playing that riff as an outro to Stockholm Syndrome for over a decade!

I like it a lot more than what I've heard off their last two records

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 Post subject: Re: Muse
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Kaius wrote:
I'll have to check out their older stuff. I've only heard Black Holes and Resistance and enjoy them both.


origin of symmetry and absolution

please

:nice: These are during the pinnacle of Muse's work. Before and after that are only worth a look if you're a die hard fan.

I was a fan of Absolution back in the day but I can't even listen to that anymore. Everything they do sounds too much the same.

Though, the first time I heard Absolution I was tripping on acid and it was pretty fucking great.


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New single, I like it a lot more than Psycho.



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