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  3. i have the album I bought back then 20yrs ago, but my computer wont read the data files on it
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  5. Hyper Chondriac Music almost certainly. Not that they don't have other dark stuff (looking at you Space Dementia), but HCM just gets to the darkest corner of their sound and builds on it until it a black hole couldn't suck any more light out of it.
  6. Dang, the sheer quality and quantity of the B-sides from Showbiz and OoS practically add two whole really good albums to their catalogue. Why did they ever stop doing B-sides?
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  9. Bravo America! La démocratie gagne à nouveau Sauvé du côté obscur de la réalité alternative 59 Career MUSE Music Videos - Top Directors listed below 11 Tom Kirk 8 Lance Drake 4 David Slade 4 Tim Qualtrough 3 Tekken 2 Joseph Kahn 2 Andy Mandler 2 Howard Greenhalgh 1 Wayne Isham 1 Floria Sigismondi 1 Robert Hales The band's first-ever music video for the single 'Uno' from Showbiz was filmed at the iconic Tower Bridge in London, while the second video for the same track was filmed in Germany. The official music video for 'Knights of Cydonia' was filmed in three different locations in Romania, London, and Red Rock Canyon, California, while the music video for 'Resistance' was filmed in Madrid at the Sports Palace venue. Updated MUSE Career Gig Stats by Country (Top 12) and Venue Type [Not intended to be all-inclusive] United Kingdom: 33 Cavern Club - Exeter, Devon 12 O2 Arena - North Greenwich, London [Includes 1 BRIT Awards performance] 10 Top of the Pops (BBC) - London 8 The Cooperage - Plymouth, Devon 6 Leeds Festival - Leeds 6 Reading Festival - Reading 6 Manchester Arena - Manchester 6 Astoria - London 6 Later...with Jools Holland (BBC) - London 5 Glastonbury Festival - Pilton 5 T in the Park - Kinross, Scotland 5 Bull & Gate - London 4 Wembley Stadium - London 4 Wembley Arena - London 4 O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire - London 2 Emirates Stadium - London 2 Etihad Stadium - Manchester 2 London Stadium - London [Includes 2012 Summer Olympics performance] 2 The Den - Teignmouth, Devon United States: 8 Staples Center - Los Angeles [Includes 1 GRAMMY Awards performance) 5 Madison Square Garden - New York City 5 Pechanga Arena - San Diego, CA [Includes 1 public dress rehearsal performance] 5 Oracle Arena - Oakland, CA [Includes 1 Christmas holiday radio station show] 4 Coachella Festival - Indio, CA 4 United Center - Chicago, IL France: 12 Bercy Arena - Paris [Includes one 1999 gig supporting RHCP and Foo Fighters] 6 Stade de France - Saint Denis/Paris 5 Festival des Vieilles - Carhaix 4 Halle Tony Garnier - Lyon 4 Festival de Nîmes - Nîmes Germany: 6 Rock Am Ring Festival - Nürburg 6 Rock Im Park - Nürnberg 5 Große Freiheit 36 - Hamburg 4 Columbiahalle - Berlin 3 Mercedes-Benz Arena - Berlin 3 Barclaycard Arena - Hamburg 3 Lanxess Arena - Köln 3 Olympiahalle - München 1 RheinEnergieStadion - Köln Australia: 17 Big Day Out Festival - Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Gold Coast and Perth 6 Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne 4 Qudos Arena - Sydney 3 Festival Hall - Melbourne 3 Hordern Pavilion - Sydney Italy: 7 Mediolanum Forum di Assago - Milan [Including 1 X Factor Italia Finale performance] 3 Stadio San Siro - Milan 2 Stadio Olimpico - Rome 2 Stadio Olimpico di Torino - Turin 2 Arena di Verona - Verona Japan: 4 Fuji Festival - Naeba Ski Resort Yuzawa 3 Zepp - Tokyo 2 Yokohama Arena - Yokohama 2 Super Arena - Saitama 2 Summer Sonic Festival - Osaka Canada: 5 Bell Centre - Montreal 5 Scotiabank Arena - Toronto 3 Centre Videotron - Quebec City 2 Colisee Pepsi - Quebec City Spain: 5 Palacio de Los Deportes - Madrid 3 Benicassim Festival - Valencia 2 Xacobeo Festival - Santiago de Compostela 1 Estadio Wanda Metropolitano - Madrid 1 Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys - Barcelona 1 Estadio Vicente Calderon - Madrid 1 Estadio San Mames - Bilbao Switzerland: 4 Paleo Festival - Nyon 3 Hallenstadion - Zurich 2 Stade de Suisse Wankdorf - Bern Netherlands: 5 Ziggo Dome - Amsterdam 3 Pinkpop Festival - Landgraaf 2 Goffertpark - Nijmegen Belgium: 9 Rock Werchter Festival Park - Werchter 4 Palais 12 Laeken - Brussels 3 Sportpaleis Merksem - Antwerp
  10. They had really good timing on when to take a break. Even if they didn't plan on it I can't really imagine any big album hype during this year. Way too much going on.
  11. Whether or not it’ll actually happen (still not out of the question yet by any means, some countries have already recovered pretty well and others have had events going regardless), they’ve obviously still planned for it so they aim to be together. Muse aren’t working atm, I’m confused why that would cause you to worry about specifically Chris’ future inclusion though :S They said all the way back in 2019 that they were gonna take this whole year off regardless and start the process for LP9 in 2021. Anyway, that likely means we won’t see the album until 2022 but who knows whether they might release a song or two before then. Matt’s already said his solo stuff this summer has no bearing at all on the next Muse record, that’s just what he makes when he’s alone, so I wouldn’t worry about that. It’s still so far out that I wouldn’t take any hints sound-wise as definite anyway.
  12. I for one am looking forward to hearing what genre they'll half heartedly dabble in. The last four albums they kind of set out a theme but never fully committed to them. In fairness, there's only so far you can take the idea of an album based around the Stranger Things intro. Muse were always a band born out of 90s influences, that's the kind of retro they should have went for.
  13. Plus they have at least one show next year that they’ll need to rehearse for. .... I like the positivity. But the one show at a festival next summer.... seems less and less plausible. Unless you refer to another show? ---- Why should Chris be excluded? .... It is not that I think Chris is excluded, and please no! But for me I was worrying because there is nearly nothing that gives me the impression that Muse is working. I can only see Matt working with his projects. As much as I like that, it's just a bit disturbing to me. I think in 2021, we will hear some new Muse material, just as they probably planned. Hopefully it's not based on Matt's solo projects.
  14. Judging by the party Matt was at the other week, I’m not sure how much of a personal barrier mixing is for them 😅 Matt’s wanting to make at least part of the record back home in Devon anyway, so it’s not like Chris would have to travel and isolate etc. Plus they have at least one show next year that they’ll need to rehearse for.
  15. I‘m sure they‘ll find a way with jamming, won‘t be the exactly same feeling than really together in one room tough ...
  16. I'd imagine there might be some difficulty as Chris lives in the UK while Matt and Dom live in LA? This would presumably prevent the whole band jamming together until March or April at least.
  17. Simulation Theory at the Olympic Stadium was SO full on with technology and audiovisuals that I was hoping they didn't run into technical issues! I always wondered if Matt could see the slightest thing with those chunky LED glasses on On a slightly image related note, I had a massive poster printed on tough vinyl of one of my musical hero's (Al Jourgensen of Ministry), and it's accompanied me through aot of crazy times, more house moves than I can remember! It even got stolen my a dodgy landlord, which almost resulted in a brawl at a building site to get it back, absurd situation... Either way, I absolutely love this one image of Chris, is just sums up everything he embodies about the experience and passion of how he plays bass on stage. I've just ordered a Status Graphite bass, so every morning when I wake up, I look at this massive poster of Chris looking like an absolute badass, and think "Yeah... That whole vibe that image immortalised, that ultimate high of living for the moment, playing music is what I live for".
  18. "Vengeance is Mine", Matt just casually quoting God there.... Only Matt could quote God himself and pull it off
  19. I've got a pretty mad relationship with Muse in the dream world, spesifically Matt, in some weird esoteric form. Listening to certain songs under the influence of a hypnagogic psychoactive that causes the most deeply odd experiences, including somehow feeling that Matt was encouraging me to have the confidence to start singing. So I took his "advice", and it really meant a lot to me. Very very odd
  20. 1. An copy (literally a copied unlabed CD) that I found at home. 2. Absolution! 3. Tied between, Hysteria (I'm into heavy music of all descriptions, and Hysteria is heavy!) and Stockholm Syndrome. 4. Absolution, Origin Of Symmetry, Simulation Theory, Drones, Black Holes, Showbiz, 2nd Law and Resistance
  21. Definitely got to be the bass tone and melody for The Dark Side, it's so obviously bass, but the octave effect makes half the octaves totally ambiguous and synthy, it fits so flawlessly with the song, and the rest of the understated synth bass parts. That and the little flourishes Chris does towards the end of Showbiz! Love em
  22. Why should Chris be excluded? pretty sue it will be rock again.
  23. Hi, I do remember this! I haven't got the screensaver, love to get it myself again. Unfortunately in 2000 I had no computer (yes, that world existed), and my first one since 2001 has called it quits in 2011. All we have are memories?
  24. If there ever is someone who has Citizen.... last time I heard that song live was in 2016. For me the best experience was the Bizarre concert in 2000. (Yes I am old)
  25. I don't have a full recording. But I love Stockholm Syndrome I managed to capture in London last year. (don't know if I can post the link here). Oh how I do miss going to live gigs.
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