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  1. Which tickets should I buy for GA/standing? Couldn't figure out during presale.
  2. It says "Exclusive show" so that probably rules out Hurricane, doesn't it? And Tjet, yeah, you're right, just supposed it was.
  3. So, that's quiet a surprise. Seems the 20th anniversary gig strip will be a bit bigger then UK only. The first date has been confirmed in Bremen (Germany) this summer: http://www.ticketmaster.de/feature/ticket-first/muse/?l=de-de&tm_link=tm_f7&language=de-de
  4. Crosspost from the sexyplane: I was at the gig yesterday and normally I'm quite the setlist critic. Setlistwise it was absolutely rubbish, especially as this was the most expensive concert of the tour. Experiencewise this was one of the best. It was a really, really, scaled down show, the venue was amazing so that you could look down on the stage and see everything and it felt like seeing Muse in a small club. It was very interesting to see the band out of their comfort zone, not being able to use all the bells and whistles but just having to play at the same spot most of the time. I was dissappointed by the setlist, but not by the set. The songs sounded spot on, and it was amazing to be so close to the stage and see everything so clearly. Note: I have been at the bar at several stadium concerts, but being fourth row (first row that had benches to stand on and look over the first three rows) felt closer then ever. I'm curious if they're gonna change things up a bit, because everyone really was expecting an encore, not in the way that people just wanted more, but the show was just not done yet. Isolated System didn't feel like one because Morgan was on stage and perfectly visible the whole time, so it never felt as if they left. People clep clapping/yelling for at least five minutes after Survival, and people didn't even start leaving until 5 minutes after Survival, the band must've noticed this. Little bit hard to explain but this was definitely something different then normally where people, knowing it won't happen, just clap for more.
  5. Crosspost from the sexyplane: I was at the gig yesterday and normally I'm quite the setlist critic. Setlistwise it was absolutely rubbish, especially as this was the most expensive concert of the tour. Experiencewise this was one of the best. It was a really, really, scaled down show, the venue was amazing so that you could look down on the stage and see everything and it felt like seeing Muse in a small club. It was very interesting to see the band out of their comfort zone, not being able to use all the bells and whistles but just having to play at the same spot most of the time. I was dissappointed by the setlist, but not by the set. The songs sounded spot on, and it was amazing to be so close to the stage and see everything so clearly. Note: I have been at the bar at several stadium concerts, but being fourth row (first row that had benches to stand on and look over the first three rows) felt closer then ever. I'm curious if they're gonna change things up a bit, because everyone really was expecting an encore, not in the way that people just wanted more, but the show was just not done yet. Isolated System didn't feel like one because Morgan was on stage and perfectly visible the whole time, so it never felt as if they left. People clep clapping/yelling for at least five minutes after Survival, and people didn't even start leaving until 5 minutes after Survival, the band must've noticed this. Little bit hard to explain but this was definitely something different then normally where people, knowing it won't happen, just clap for more.
  6. I was at the gig yesterday and normally I'm quite the setlist critic. Setlistwise it was absolutely rubbish, especially as this was the most expensive concert of the tour. Experiencewise this was one of the best. It was a really, really, scaled down show, the venue was amazing so that you could look down on the stage and see everything and it felt like seeing Muse in a small club. It was very interesting to see the band out of their comfort zone, not being able to use all the bells and whistles but just having to play at the same spot most of the time. I was dissappointed by the setlist, but not by the set. The songs sounded spot on, and it was amazing to be so close to the stage and see everything so clearly. Note: I have been at the bar at several stadium concerts, but being fourth row (first row that had benches to stand on and look over the first three rows) felt closer then ever. I'm curious if they're gonna change things up a bit, because everyone really was expecting an encore, not in the way that people just wanted more, but the show was just not done yet. Isolated System didn't feel like one because Morgan was on stage and perfectly visible the whole time, so it never felt as if they left. People clep clapping/yelling for at least five minutes after Survival, and people didn't even start leaving until 5 minutes after Survival, the band must've noticed this. Little bit hard to explain but this was definitely something different then normally where people, knowing it won't happen, just clap for more.
  7. He says in this article in Dutch. http://krant.spitsnieuws.nl/spits/_main_/2013/05/29/008/article/article5_orig.html Main points: "I love to be playing Guiding Light again this tour. The audience reaction to that song is very enthousiastic. The same for Sunburn." "We played an intimate show in London a couple of weeks ago, then I noticed that it was actually pretty awkward without a big production." "Normally we choose to close with a "bigger" song, but after such a spectacle as this stadium tour, it's good to close with a quieter song (Starlight). It creates bonding in the audience." ""After playing that intimate show I've been thinking. I'd like to do a smaller club tour." It also points out that he chooses to play guitar less on some songs, to have more contact with the audience.
  8. So i got my hands on this TOURS setlist with the rotation. Spoiler obviously, some interesting stuff http://twitter.com/ChristiaanW/status/337323963371888640/photo/1
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