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About AguanteRiver

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  • Birthday 01/12/1986

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  • Favourite Bands
    Foo Fighters
    Queens of the Stone Age
    Them Crooked Vultures
    Biffy Clyro
    Franz Ferdinand
    The Joy Formidable
  • Favourite TV Shows
    V, just because they were cool enough to use Muse songs.
    A:tlA, because Toph and Sokka were in it. (And Iroh)

    In my younger days, I was a big fan of old-school Nickelodeon shows, like Rocko's Modern Life. :)
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  • Muse Releases Owned
    The Resistance w/DVD
    Black Holes & Revelations w/DVD
    The 2nd Law w/DVD
    Origin of Symmetry
    HAARP - the version without the behind-the-scenes footage :(
    The 2nd Law
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    04/09/2010 - U.S. Airways, Phoenix, AZ
    09/22/2010 - Viejas Arena, San Diego, CA
    07/30/2011 - LA Rising, Los Angeles, CA
    08/05/2011 - Lollapalooza, Chicago IL
    01/23/2013 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
    01/24/2013 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
    03/16/2013 - U.S. Airways, Phoenix, AZ
    05/25/2013 - Emirates Stadium, London
    05/26/2013 - Emirates Stadium, London
    10/11/2013 - Austin City Limits Festival
    12/05/2015 - Glendale Arena, Glendale, AZ
    12/18/2015 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
    12/19/2015 - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA
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  1. The Ticketmaster fees are always ridiculous, but prices have definitely gone up, and not just for Muse. I still have the email receipt from the 2013 gigs at Staples, and a GA ticket then only cost me $87.50 with fees, as opposed to $120 yesterday. On the other hand, the one time we *didn't* have to buy presale tix from Ticketmaster (for the 2015 show in Glendale):
  2. Here we go again! Finally got my ticket after major issues with Ticketmaster during the first presale...second presale came through though.
  3. They could have a rotating happy ending or a sad one. They're not playing Aftermath, which is supposed to be the happy ending after the story, so maybe Sing For Absolution as the redemption song? haha. Or Bliss as the guy/girl falls in love again, but in a more obsessive and less cheesy way. Downer ending gets TSP and TAB closer, with the devil showing up to get his dues and the drone-turned-dictator going to hell. I wouldn't mind that closer in the slightest.
  4. Boy, I bet none of us expected to say that back in 2010! Just imagine if Muse had the balls to go all out with their Drones album theme for this tour, ignoring the poppy hits for once. You could stay within album families and: -Put Assassin somewhere between Psycho and The Handler, removing Starlight (lol) -Add Stockholm Syndrome to the set. I'm not sure where; thematically I guess it would go before The Handler (I wish I could into you will never own me again). -Change PiB for Hyper Music or New Born, both of which fit Drones better than PiB. I know they do it for the singalong, but as Glendale proved (:'(), the new American audience doesn't know PiB anyway. -Change Feeling Good to Citizen Erased, or Bliss (which doesn't fit the theme as well, but deserves to be there more than an old cover song). -Remove UD and/or Resistance to make room for MK Ultra. Someone can make Matt a blinky Magneto helmet instead of the blinky glasses. -Make Apocalypse Please permanent and add a second, rotating piano slot. RBS/B&H/Hoodoo/Sunburn/etc? Yes, I know it's never going to happen. The Madness crowd wouldn't recognize this Muse at all, but for a moment it looked like they were heading this way with the Psycho tour. *sigh*
  5. I'm all for more Abso songs on the setlist. Bring them on! Stockholm syndrome is one of those rare songs that no one can complain about. It's not rare, but it's awesome enough to deserve a permanent setlist slot. Even at its most lackluster, it beats any song on the next three albums by a LOT. So of course it is gone Seriously Muse, if you're tired of Stockholm, rotate it with something that at least approaches it in live energy. Hyper Music, perhaps? The Small Print? In Your World? Anything is better than closing your set with Starlight like on the Unsustainable tour, but MWAH into Knights is getting really old.
  6. Mine look exactly like Jessica's, but instead of GA Floor they have the section, row, and seat. No void here...they didn't even tear them down the dotted line, just a quick scan and we were in.
  7. I got presale tickets for both nights in LA. I think the box office opened about 11 AM that morning, though they only gave me the tickets for Friday and refused to give me my tickets for the next day, so I had to go back on the Saturday. I think you'll be okay as long as you don't show up 10 minutes before doors, to be honest. If you go earlier in the day, there will be one or two windows open, but as it gets later they open more windows because they expect more will calls to show up. At least that's how it worked at Staples Center. Good luck!
  8. Those are gorgeous! I'll have to check mine and see if they're any good. Also, my mom knew I'd be too busy moving around to stay still and film, so she filmed for me. If the videos are ok I'll upload some; we were in section 101 on night 2, so dead center.
  9. My mom is 56 and she was more lively at the gigs than some teenagers that were messing with their phones the whole time (and I don't mean filming, I mean not paying attention at all to the concert). Age has nothing to do with it, and posting the same thing in all the threads doesn't make it any more true. Back to the gig...are we counting the Vuilstamen riff as a rarity? I thought it was new, and then found out the band were playing it as early as the OoS era. Sounded great to me either way!
  10. I noticed this too! On night 1 there were more people sitting for some reason. The couple in front of me was disgraceful; two young twenty-somethings, obviously bf and gf, sitting and checking their facebook or whatever ALL NIGHT except for 4 songs that inspired them to stand up (Uprising, Madness, UD, Knights). Last night I had a father and a smallish boy, 7 or so, at his very first concert. Now that's parenting done right, and neither of them were messing with their phones except to take a picture now and then. The couple behind me, probably in their late 40s, had a ball and stood and cheered the entire time. The mini circle of death started way back during Psycho if I remember correctly. It just took some proper rock songs to get them going again after the cheese.
  11. I was in seats both nights unfortunately, but the crowd down in the pit looked livelier tonight than last night. They just make more noise for the poppy songs, like Madness and Mercy. At least TIRO and Knights get people moving! This is why we can't have nice things, America! I can't believe Phoenix got a rarity and Staples II did not (I refuse to count FG as a rarity.)
  12. I'm not going to lie, Revolt was a highlight of this generic af set until The Globalist started. It sounded beefier than before, somehow. That is a sentence I never expected or wanted to say. Maybe I spent too much of the set being disappointed when Reapers didn't happen.
  13. Well...from my section in the seats, I can see why Muse love to play Resistance-era songs. American crowds are laaaaame!
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