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  2. Number of Tickets: 2 Type of Ticket: Standing (Prato) Date of Show: Friday, July 12, 2019 Venue/City: Stadio S. Siro, Milano Price for all Tickets: 180 EUR  Price for each Ticket: 90 EUR Postage Options: Regular certified mail: free Express Delivery DHL: 11,90 EUR (Germany), 47,50 EUR (International) Payment Options: I accept Paypal or bank transfer Other Information: One ticket was supposed to be a present, thus the fee is retouched. Since the other person is not able to go, I have to sell the tickets, unfortunately.
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  5. Like GUAF? It sounds so wrong to me! This is exactly what I hate about todays Pop-music 😩 Propaganda is not really new, may it be a homage to Prince which is good, but I mean the Indian influence was popular ages ago ...
  6. I don't think as rich high-living stadium-filling musicians approaching middle age they really have the capability to make youth-resonating music in the same way, no matter how analytically they approach it.
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  8. Yeah, it makes me sad to think they may be entering the early stages of becoming a dad rock band. I really want to believe that they have at least one more real hit left in them. This isn’t to say that it’s all about making hits and getting YouTube views, but I believe there’s way to be business smart and find a way for them to really study what works in today’s music climate and apply it to themselves in some way. I think Propaganda is a shining example of this; I was as terrified as anyone else when I heard Timbaland was producing but imo it worked wonders. P.S. Anyone seen this? Dom mentions coming up with ideas for the next album (in the studio?) as early as next year. Is this a normal pace for them? I mean, I guess it is. Two years after Drones we got Dig Down. [Edited for spelling]
  9. VoB cover of Hysteria - Indonesian young talented heavy metal girl band https://youtu.be/lNevBUTuTPI
  10. Just want to share this video! enjoy +info: https://musehimcollection.weebly.com/ Rare recording. This gig was where Eternally Missed gained the pseudonym "Rusty One". Matthew Bellamy apologised after making a mistake, saying "Cheers, cheers ... bit rusty that one". 15th August 2002 Rock Oz'Arenes, Switzerland
  11. Two more MUSE ST tour box office reports: 2 March 2019 Mandalay Bay Events Center Las Vegas, NV Attendance: 8,084 Gross: $656,610 Avg Ticket Price: $81.22 11 March 2019 The Forum Inglewood, CA Attendance: 12,662 Gross: $1,096,514 Avg Ticket Price: $86.60 Source: Concerts West/Goldenvoice/AEG For the Throne (Music Inspired by the HBO Series Game of Thrones) compilation to be released 26 April 2019 Track 14 (3:54) features Matt Bellamy's song 'Pray (High Valyrian)' which has an eerie, gothic vibe that matches the show's orchestral score and is named after one of the long-lost cities in the series. https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/television/8507840/game-of-thrones-soundtrack-executive-producer-ricky-reed MUSE with GoT's Bran and Sam at the Reading Festival in 2017. https://images.app.goo.gl/ouuTPWjbKkEKuREf6
  12. I'm sure you know this but Matt did start working on a soundtrack for Clash of The Titans but backed out after deciding to focus on the 2010 tour instead.
  13. I think I read a list of when all of them when they are releasing, but I forgot what the link was. I am sure someone knows here though.
  14. Haha I bet, Ipod shuffle was where it was at!
  15. I know it's a rock symphony but it was still pretty heavily symphonic, as far as having an outlet of that kind. He can do whatever though and I'm surprised neither he nor Muse have ever done a full score yet.
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  17. Not in Isolated System so much, that's true. Exogenesis is written as a rock symphony though, if he were to do a film score, I'd say he doesn't need Dom and Chris' input or labor to write and perform not-rock symphonic music.
  18. Fair point. I’ve actually yet to get actual decent tix to a Muse show so I haven’t ever really had to worry about queuing. Plus I think I’m just getting old and like being outside in a lawn chair. With that said, I imagine there ought to be some incentive for the band to do these tours. With the stripped back production of these shows, they’re likely saving money. But I’m the least business savvy fella on these here boards so who knows.
  19. Given things like Exogenesis and Isolated System I don't think the band setting is necessarily stopping him there.
  20. I like that idea, but Pray does seem super Musey still. It's not far off. But if it provides inspiration, then I'm all for it.
  21. Update - US Box Office Comparison MUSE Madison Square Garden, New York, NY 12,496 Attendance (2019) vs 12,004 (2007); $984k Gross (2019) vs $537k (2007) The MUSE gig in 2010 and the band's two shows in 2013 at this venue were also likely sellouts. Source: The Bowery Presents/AEG Live Cosmic boosts for two songs on US streaming platforms "MUSE's 'Supermassive Black Hole' and SOUNDGARDEN's 'Black Hole Sun' both posted big gains in streams following the April 10 unveiling of the first image of a supermassive black hole, according to Nielsen Music. 'Supermassive' scored a 33% increase in on-demand streams (audio and video combined) in the U.S. on April 10-13, as compared to its streams earned on April 7-9. Its sum of streams rose from 149,000 to 199,000. Breaking that down further, the song’s on-demand video streams bolted from 13,000 to 33,000 (a gain of 153%); while on-demand audio streams jumped from 136,000 to 165,000 (up 22%)." https://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/8507527/muse-soundgarden-black-hole-songs-get-a-cosmic-boost-from-first-black-hole
  22. Haha I hate (US)amphitheater shows for two reasons: 1- Security at outdoor venues tends to be a lot less competent than venues that operate year-round, so queuing/entry is a complete cluster. I've literally never had a smooth entry procedure for any amphitheater gig that I had GA tickets for. (Whether Muse or other bands). and 2 - it sucks queuing all day and attending gigs in 100F weather in the south. I've passed out before at a gig due to heatstroke and it's not fun!! just my 2 cents. Of course, a shitty gig is better than no gig at all if they don't come anywhere near you or you need a fix. edited to add: I suppose if you don't queue and just relax and go to chill, drink a beer, whatever, then it might be a great experience. i wouldn't know 😜
  23. Sort of off topic but how well was the amphitheater tour received overall by fans? I’m a big fan of outside venues and think it would be pretty cool if they did amphitheater tours during their “off seasons” especially in places that got skipped over during their more major tours.
  24. Yeah same, for Matt's creative output. Not at all because Chris and Dom would be holding him back musically, but more that thinking within the constraints of a band might limit his artistic range. Not sure if that would be good for the band though.
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