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Problemfanatique

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About Problemfanatique

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  • Birthday 12/06/1992

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    London
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    Music performance student
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  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    V festival, Chelmsford (16th August 08)
    O2 Arena, London (13th November 09)
    Wembley Stadium (11th September 2010)
    Reading Festival (22nd August 2011)
  1. Well his voice is going to be more able some days than others depending on whether he's been doing gigs back to back the nights before or if he's been rehearsing all day. In which case, his voice is going to be extremely tired and he may only attempt a few of the hard notes. I checked on Musewiki where Resistance was in the set that night at lollapalooza and it was the twelfth song. Obviously by then his voice is tiring (like I said a singer's voice will start to tire after an hour) and he may have wanted to conserve his voice for better songs.
  2. No, i just haven't read the entire thread. All of these gigs are on separate dates. Actual proof would be a video of Matt hitting a harder note after avoiding one in a previous song at the same gig. If you can find me that, then you can have the badge. From flicking through a couple of pages on this thread it seems you have argued with other people. So, obviously you tend to initiate said arguments.
  3. I read your posts ages ago. If he's an idiot what are you doing on here discussing everything he does? Bit sad, don't you think? The reason i got angry about this in the first place was because you got on a high horse and started trampling my opinion. You haven't quoted any proof to me at all. What are you arguing about again? i fail to see any significance in all of this.
  4. Oh please. I just think it's probably a combination of his voice tiring and him worrying he'll strain on the note. If not, he's probably singing it different for the sake of variation. Or hell, it might just be because he's lazy. I'm just thinking about it from a musician's point of view. When did I say that it's not because he wants to save his voice? That was my opinion in the first place. Oh, now I know why I stopped posting here. This section of the board is obsessive and creepy.
  5. It probably was, I recognise your username The only thing i've assumed is that you have too much time on your hands. You couldn't possibly know the real reason as to why he avoids certain notes sometimes, so what a useless discussion this is. Hence i said sometimes. It's quite laughable how much you obviously love an argument.
  6. I was answering the thread, not yours or anyone else's posts in particular. I'm sorry I don't have the time to read the whole bloody board. If I do, will I be allowed to have an opinion then? I can't understand how they would opt for laziness when surely they are going to want to put on the best show they can? I was simply saying it is most likely due to the strain of rehearsing and touring. But i'm sorry, you obviously know when they rehearse and what toothpaste they use. Sometimes. They've played for nearly 2 hours when i've seen them. Shit I must have been lying, sorry.
  7. It's not laziness. If they're on tour, they playing gigs almost every night and sometimes they can be up to 2 hour sets. After about an hour a vocalists voice will start to go. He's holding back because if he was to fully go for it every night he'd lose his voice and would struggle for the rest of the tour. Sometimes vocalists will go without talking during the day to preserve their voice for a gig! He probably tends to go for it more at one-off gigs where he hasn't got to worry about conserving his voice.
  8. Anything as long as it's done by Storm Thorgerson! I LOVE his artwork.
  9. I would be happier to pay for a hard copy because I have tried to download these things before and I just don't seem to be mentally competent enough to do so. :'(
  10. I don't necessarily disagree with anything said in this review, I can definitely see where they are coming from. Although to state something like 'had it, lost it, gone forever' is a bit harsh. Most would agree that musically they have not evolved for the best, but they certainly have live. Muse's live performances pre and post Glasto 2004 are like watching two completely different bands. This kind of event was definitely not right for a festival - especially Reading. I did feel the drop in the crowd's atmosphere during Screenager and Darkshines, however it's been notably said that the crowd responded similarly during UD and Resistance. I think if they were going to commemorate OoS by playing it in full, it should have been done so at a Muse gig. If done so at a festival, mixed up with the hits and not played in order because the result was just utterly confusing to the mass of casual fans. Like someone said, it was perhaps a bit arrogant for Muse to assume everyone would be on board.
  11. That's where I went wrong. Thankfully I learnt my lesson and stood behind the second barrier for Muse. Had plenty of room to dance about! I'd really like to go. It really bugs me because it's a 45 minute drive straight on the M25 but over 2 hours on public transport. Guess which one is my option! I suspect it would be worth it though.
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