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  1. 3 points
    They’ve worked on it a fair while tbf and it’s not really like them to rush out some half-arsed release just for cash. I’d expect it all to be good quality stuff. Curious about the Origin remaster. My favourite album of all time and one I’ve listened to the songs of literally 1000s of times for 10 years...can’t imagine it sounding different. Showbiz is different ‘cos it’s something I’ve actively really wanted. Doesn’t seem to mention if the b-sides are remastered, or is that just me? Would be a shame.
  2. 2 points
    Ok but touring to promote Origin Of Muse and calling it the “Rocket Baby Dolls Tour” would be pretty dope. Muse, if you’re listening...
  3. 2 points
    How are people complaining about this? "Poor effort," really? They clearly put a lot of effort into this and it's packed with content. They never said it was going to be jam-packed with every bit of unreleased content they could find. There's still as much, if not more, unreleased content than I was expecting, and the rest of it is a lot more than I was expecting. The book itself looks really well made as well. Also, if you genuinely think this is simply a cash grab then I guess you think literally anything a band releases besides albums is a cash grab. Of all things to call a cash grab 🙄
  4. 1 point
    @james90 What do you use for the tone? It sounds good, has the right amount of fuzz without any hum noise!
  5. 1 point
    I can assure you TV wasn't played... When the stage started the sink so did my happiness with it, they must of cut a song here
  6. 1 point
    Last UK gig “for a while” according to Matt 💔 Origin Of Muse tour hopes? Dashed. Bank account? Spared.
  7. 1 point
    War eigentlich jemand in Berlin dabei? Wir waren da und ich bin aus der Halle geschwebt❤️
  8. 1 point
    I'm so happy they played The void, my favourite on ST, I love this performance 😊 I hope they'll play it again...and they'll play Blockades too.
  9. 1 point
    Ruled by Secrecy. It's beautiful, haunting, mesmerizing. I don't know if anyone else does this when listening to a song but sometimes I focus on one aspect or instrument (while still taking in the rest of the song but not in as much detail). For example I'll focus on the drums, the bass, or the two together, or the vocals, the piano or synths , the rhythm, etc. And in RBS every single aspect I focus on is just amazing. The vocals are fantastic. The rhythm section is so great, and I especially love the symbols in the last few seconds of the song. But what really stood out to me yesterday when listening for the first time in probably 2 years was the piano. I love the juxtaposition of the ascending piano arpeggio in one ear panned against a descending one in the other, throughout the verses. Then how these build in the chorus before quieting down again for the second verse. Then after the second chorus the piano just explodes (it feels like an explosion, honestly) into that beautiful, rich and haunting melody. And then it just continues to dizzyingly satisfying heights as the piano notes go to a higher octave to match Matt's powerful vocals in the final chorus, before winding down beautifully again to that eerie, short outro. It's what I think The Void wishes it was. And how I wish The Void was. Not that TV is bad, but RBS is just a masterpiece. It still frustrates me when music meme pages shit on Muse as a joke band, being a lesser Radiohead or something like that. They're two very different bands. I agree their later stuff is not in the league of Radiohead. But I find it strange how people can listen to songs like RBS and think it's lesser than something Radiohead put out. Not that RH is the gold standard of music. But to me RBS is similar, sonically, to some RH songs that are considered fantastic.
  10. 1 point
    Oh God I've made a fool of myself. In the original post I thought you were calling Muse sharky, lol. Still getting used to the new board and completely missed your name. Sorry about that.
  11. 1 point
    aaand ... the moaners are back. Go on, let it all out, when you‘re finished we can hopefully can get back to the excitement ABOUT THIS GREAT RELEASE !!! thx
  12. 1 point
    Ah shiet, we’re gonna get high quality version of this arrangement of Recess ain’t we The chorus
  13. 1 point
    Je vous donne les quelques liens des vidéos que j'ai faites lors du concert du 6 juillet 2019 : Starlight avec les ballons lumineux avec le message Welcome The Simulation Madness : Dig Down (avec les téléphones portables dans le public qui sont allumés)
  14. 1 point
    🤤😍🥰 This looks amazing.
  15. 1 point
    Remastered Showbiz
  16. 1 point
    Rare footage above of the band's gig in West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip six weeks before the worldwide release of the Devon trio's first studio album Showbiz. It features live excerpts of Cave, Sunburn and Uno from that album and brief interview clips from all three band members. Showbiz celebrates its 20th anniversary on 7 September. It debuted at #66 on the France album chart dated 18 September and spent three consecutive weeks on the tally falling to #67 and #71. The album debuted at #69 on the UK album chart in its initial chart run. SB re-entered the charts in both France and the UK in 2000 and also bowed that year on the national album charts in the Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, and Australia. It made its most recent album chart appearance in France in July 2015 in its 50th week on the survey in that market. Meanwhile, Simulation Theory spends a 44th consecutive week on the France albums chart compiled by SNEP ranking at #96(+10) on the album downloads chart and at #189(+1) on the Top 200 Albums chart which combines sales and streams. ST has also spent more than 20 week on the national album charts in the following markets: Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, and Portugal
  17. 1 point
    Hm .. the next part of the tour is near and BAM! some tiny activity here! 😁
  18. 1 point
    Hello Matt, Dom & Chris, I've been to three Muse concerts since Drones album came out. I was in California. Right now I'm in the UK and will be at Sunday at the O2 in September. Please please please play "Reapers"!!! I love the new Simulation Theory album and especially Algorithms, Dark Side and all the singles. Thank you so much! 😍
  19. 0 points
    Early access IS still a thing btw, confirmed on tickets and apparently emails. Just not obvs in the advertisements.
  20. 0 points
    I’m not sure why I’m writing this, or what it can possibly achieve, but I feel some need to do it, perhaps maybe because my brother will never be able to now. My brother loved MUSE. He went to many of your concerts and bought all your albums. He was unlucky enough to have a stroke at 42 years of age. Despite the problems it left him with, he still managed to come and see you live - it was one of the few times he had the confidence to leave his home. And he loved it every minute of it, I don’t remember him ever being happier and more free than when he was there watching you guys. His health hadn’t been so good over the past year and when I surprised him with tickets to see you in London, it became apparent closer to the time that he wasn’t going to be well enough to travel there. I just couldn’t bear to go without him, so we just let the date go by and I promised him I’d book a closer venue for next time. Then you released some new dates in Birmingham - and I was so happy! It was such a brilliant turn of events... I managed to book some accessible seats and surprised him with the news. He was so excited about it. He even went shopping for memorabilia and hats and a t-shirts in advance. Like an excited kid he was looking forward to it so much. Unfortunately, he became unexpectedly unwell a few weeks ago. He fought so hard. In the hospital he often mentioned that he needed to get better in time for the concert. Even when he was so very unwell in the high dependency unit, your music was always a great source of strength and inspiration to him. Especially Dig Down -we spoke about that song a lot. It meant something more to him than it did to most. As things progressed, we played your songs whilst he was sedated on a ventilator, hoping it would inspire the fight in him. Sadly, my brother lost that fight. He died yesterday, never having had that chance to see you one last time. I just wanted to pass on my thanks to you guys. You brought so much joy to and inspiration to him, even in his darkest days. As hard as it will be, I will try to be there on the 17th, as I know he would want that. I’ll try and live that one for him. I suppose I’m just writing this to say thank you - thank you for adding something to his life, for inspiring him and making him happy, when others couldn’t. I’ll Always be grateful for that - and if anyone sees a girl in floods of tears on the 17th, please know they’ll be happy ones. Sleep well Chris, i’ll be thinking of you. x
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