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musekiddo

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About musekiddo

  • Birthday 10/01/1991

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  • Location
    NSW, Australia
  • Interests
    Music and watching/playing/writing about almost any sport, gaming.
  • Occupation
    Student studying Sports Journalism
  • Gender
    Male
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  • Favourite Bands
    MUSE
    Porcupine Tree
    Arctic Monkeys
    Queens of the Stone Age
    Lacuna Coil
    Radiohead
    Tool
    A Perfect Circle
    Foo Fighters
    Dream Theater
    Rage Against The Machine
    Dead Letter Circus
    Karnivool
    I Am Giant
    Twelve Foot Ninja
    Bellusira
    Circles
    Amplifier
    Powderfinger
    Eskimo Joe
    The Butterfly Effect
    Disturbed
    Linkin Park
    Bullet For My Valentine
    Coldplay
    Oasis
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Ours + many more
  • Favourite Books
    A Song Of Ice & Fire series
    Harry Potter series
  • Muse Releases Owned
    Showbiz
    Origin Of Symmetry
    Hullabaloo Soundtrack & DVD
    Absolution CD/DVD
    Absolution Tour
    Black Holes & Revelations CD/DVD
    HAARP
    The Resistance CD/DVD
    The 2nd Law CD/DVD
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    BDO Sydney, 23/1/10.
    Acer Arena 10/12/10.
    Melbourne 6/12/13
    Melbourne 7/12/13
    Sydney 13/12/13

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  1. Lucky - I intended to bring binoculars (and glasses since I'm a bit short-sighted) but forgot both of them. :p Agreed, Muse were definitely much more of a rock-orientated set, although I still found it impossible to stay still to Radiohead's music (especially Planet Telex). I find it hard to compare as well, but I would agree that Radiohead are slightly better; although Muse played songs like Citizen Erased and Sunburn at my gig (which definitely elevated them in my opinion) there are too many bland overplayed singles that are at each gig, at the expense of some of their best material. If they fixed their setlists, then who knows. Interestingly though, although Radiohead's lighting was a much more subtle set-up (well comparatively subtle anyway :p), I think it's pretty much equal with Muse's, even if Muse's is much more of a spectacle. Would you agree with that?

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