I first discovered Muse when I was 12. This was the tail end of the Absolution era. I had a Q Essential Glastonbury mix CD and Time is Running Out was the first track on it. I still have this CD to this day and hope that when I eventually meet the band (no "ifs"), I'd like for them to sign it because without it, I wouldn't have ever known who they were.
Anyhow, my older sister enjoyed the band too and before I had any kind of idea how to actually discover music, I was pretty much told to fuck off and stop listening to that song because that was *her* band. She didn't love them like I would eventually, but y'know, older sisters with little sisters being copycats, all that jazz. Besides, my favourite band at the time was Good Charlotte so I didn't know any better, really. I still listened to TiRO, it was all I had.
Fast forward to 2006, BH&R comes out, my sister tells me about it, we squee, and the rest is history...
Stuff 'n thangs
Teacher (relief)/video store clerk
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My top, top bands consist of MUSEZOMGWTFBBQ, Placebo and The Wombats in terms of play frequency. I do enjoy a shit tonne of other bands though so judge me on these three as you will.
And uh, Drown the Faith. Dang, they good... *shameless plug*
>> http://www.reverbnation.com/drownthefaith/songs <<
Things with Tom Hiddleston
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Favourite TV Shows
The Walking Dead
How I Met Your Mother
Muse Releases Owned
I collect whatever I can!
I say this because I have a fair amount I can't be bothered listing like I did when I was 14.
Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
Supreme Court Gardens - Perth, WA (10/11/07)
Rod Laver Arena - Melbourne, VIC (15/11/07)
Big Day Out - Perth, WA (31/01/10)
Steel Blue Oval - Bassendean, Perth, WA (19/11/10)
Perth Arena, - Perth, WA (30/10/13)