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  1. Done! Agreed. Yes please. No they're PAL format so you can't play them in conventional players .You can, however, use a computer to watch or convert them, which is what I did
  2. Hahaha Can I make this my signature? Oh man. Thanks for that reminder...That damn video played like every 30 minutes at the Atlanta gig and I was there all day (same city on the day as the finals if I recall) . I think it brought in half the crowd though, so in that respect I suppose it was successful. In regards to the proshot concerts, I for one would definitely buy them. I would also volunteer to be the cameraman I have taken pictures during the slower songs. I try not to be too obnoxious though. I even warn people around me that I get a little crazy
  3. Jumping off of the crowd etiquette discussion, one could draw parallels to moviegoers who talk and text. The difference here is that concerts are much more expensive and even more time consuming/schedule demanding, especially if you have to travel. So it makes even less sense. As someone pointed out, the 360 stage had its tradeoffs, one being that the barrier types are spread out all around vs a traditional stage. In LV I was right by the barrier in the middle. It was cool to be closer to the band but the whole atmosphere suffered due to the crowd around me. There was only one person near me who was well versed, and he was higher than high and blending all the words haha. A lot of the women just wanted to dance and didn't know what to do when the heavier songs came on. It's been said, but smaller venues might help with this problem.
  4. Words cannot describe my infernal jealousy. I laughed so hard at this and then seeing your sig. Awesome! Thanks!
  5. Question 2: Can I be the director a full length movie whose story is told entirely through your music? Or at least some kind of consultant? Please? I know it probably won't get picked but I have to try! And thank you to JessicaSarahS
  6. Question 1: Muse have a large variety of music videos. Some have more imagery and seem to be taken more seriously than others. How much direction do the band members give for the videos and what is the filming process like? Do you guys enjoy making them in general? Are there any videos that stand out to you (from Muse or others) as well executed? (Any other comments on the subject would be very welcome) Thank you for doing this and acknowledging the forums! Despite what the self doubt and syphilis and the occasional negativity may suggest , we love you! You inspire us and give us hope for a better world.
  7. What did he say introducing the song? All I can make out is "is this the one you wanted" and "been to all our shows"
  8. I lurk a lot but don't post much. Too much negativity,but anyway, believe me when I say thank you Jobby. I think and hope that this is a more effective method. I voted. For what it's worth I do really love the spectacle but I personally would rather take a more intimate show with better crowds. Would it be expensive or impossible to do both? Maybe just sell the small shows to muse.Mu members or something?
  9. Hello Musers! I was originally attending the original san diego show, then I was going to the reschedule, but now I'll be attending tonight's show haha Does anyone have any tips for the show/venue? I've been inside mandalay bay a few times but never to the arena. How early should I arrive to get front row on the floor? EDIT: I am in line right now and it's pretty large so if anyone was thinking of waiting, dont.
  10. Interesting read. Thanks! I cannot put in words how jealous I am. It must have been great for them to play a small show. I know it wasn't a small venue but I mean more of the crowd. Did they seem into it? here's a write up http://www.radio1045.com/pages/wendy.html?feed=373606&article=11641809
  11. Prepare to rage. Citizen Erased was played during this set and a signed guitar was given away https://www.facebook.com/Radio1045
  12. Agreed. I say this all the time. I saw quite a few people at the Tampa concert with Pink Floyd shirts. I'm trying to get my dad (who is a huge Pink Floyd fan) into muse right now Yup. My thoughts exactly. I listen to my iPod in my car I don't bother with the radio. Personally I think TV and radio are on the way out if they don't change. That's awesome!
  13. The idea of a lossless 1080p concert Blu ray with angle switching on the fly.... This pretty much sums it up There is evidence here: http://www.muselive.com/index.php?m=single&id=6932 "I've had the luckiest week ever. Was a camera assistant for the Muse show shoot on Wednesday (For their DVD!!) scored an amazing interview.." But again it doesn't mean it will happen.
  14. (Track 1-5) Man, this is hard (Track 6) I give up.
  15. cool story bro. No, in all honesty that's a great story. I would buy that man a round.
  16. I was going to write my opinion, but this pretty much mirrors what I would say. I would like to add that T2L is conceptually the strongest and for what it's worth the band seems to have had the best time recording it. Oh and I wouldn't mind some OoS-esque songs as B-sides As you pointed out, the songs have stronger identities in T2L. I think this is worth discussing. What that means is the other albums sound more like albums, but at the same time the fact that T2L songs all relate thematically while being so unique from each other is impressive. It still feels like an album. How do you judge an album anyway? Based on the number of songs you liked? How often you want to listen to it? Or how it made you feel as a whole? If I may, compare it to a relationship. What do you remember? Just the good memories? How well they treated you? How much you loved them? Or do you just remember how bad they hurt you? Anyway, the thing is, a band can't win either way. If they experiment with their sound, people will say they've changed too much or they've sold out (especially if they mix genres or write pop singles). If they stay the same, people will say their stale; their trying to ride the success of their old stuff, or that they aren't taking any risks or improving. Imagine where music would be if no one tried to push the envelope. That's why I love Muse. They push it with every release, but they always manage to have some charm that's undeniable. I may be able to give you a favorite list of albums, but it won't be true or permanent. For me, it's the same with their songs. It's like asking me which child I love the most. Honestly it depends on my mood I may be having a Showbiz kind of day or a BHR kind of week. Hopefully, with time, T2L will grow on everyone. Maybe in a few years after Muse releases a country album you can look back on it and appreciate it
  17. The funny thing was we got there early enough to be in the beginning of the line, but we hung around the area and by the time we got back the line was wrapped around the building. I saw the video in the other thread though. Good to hear about the parking. Thank you Just bought my tickets. This will be my third muse show! Now I just need something to take my mind off of the post-concert depression
  18. I will be going as well! I don't live in atlanta but I went to the Big Dance last weekend. Sucks that it's in the middle of the week but that might cut down on the crowds a little bit. I'll definitely be lining up early. Anyone else? The line for Tampa wasn't terrible but it wasn't fun. For those of you that have been there before, is it feasible to bring some chairs/umbrellas and put them back in the car before the show starts? What I'm asking is if the parking lot is close enough to the entry for such a plan? It seems that this place is smaller than the Tampa venue, but the pictures make it look bigger Is anyone else planning on catching them before or after the show? I'd be happy to meet Cage The Elephant too. I noticed they have a gig the night before and two days after so chances are slim
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