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  1. They used to rock more http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QerNhaVjZ5o ...but then i suppose Muse did too. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vynr2DPWQ4g Also, London Astoria seems to breed good gigs
  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3O9sLkn3nz0 Don't know when they played it but its a great song.
  3. There were some complete chillers with a cheese picnic in the audience who we talked to while White Lies were playing. They had salmon sandwiches, crackers and a load of different types of cheeses that they kept offering to others around them. Shame couldn't find them after going to the toilet but we were right up by the barrier on Chris' side so it was worth it.
  4. USoE and Unintended. Just the vocal line. You (and I are the same) could be my unintended
  5. I find it so frustrating that Glorious wasn't on BHaR. If you look at some other B sides (e.g. The Groove, Con-science, Easily) you can see why they weren't on an album but Glorious would have fitted so well (Fury on Abso too). I think they might not have put it on there cos it's hard to play live.
  6. I noticed people talking about this in the controversial thread. In a lot of early Muse performances the songs are performed quite fast and occasionally with varying tempos. I was wondering if people mind this and what they thought about it? Being in a band myself, it is interesting to see even big, successful bands like Muse had their problems. Obviously these days they play the majority of their songs with a click track and the problems are gone. Some examples: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrgnuyDHqns http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwJiJQS3yi4 I'm sure there are other examples on youtube if people can find them.
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