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I think this is the one Matt photographed and posted on Twitter, since the article says there were 7 fans involved. Besides, the date in the article and the date on Matt's Twitter match. Photo here: http://yfrog.com/h2vkyapj Original article here (Spanish): http://exogenesisymphony.blogspot.com/ My translation:
Welcome to the Inferno! Make yourself comfortable Take in the sights But be careful, it might get hot... Once again, for your listening pleasure... The PCTers Setlist - Packed full of awesome Wolstification Caution: May cause spontaneous combustion or impregnation Awesome Vocals The Small Print Dead Star Unintended Exogenesis: Part 1 Soldiers Poem Supermassive Black Hole Apocalypse Please Butterflies & Hurricanes Assassin Sexy Bass Lines Hysteria Hyper Music Undisclosed Desires (slap bass) Futurism New Born Easily Spiral Static City of Delusion Darkshines Citizen Erased Fury Muscle Museum (with constant repeats of the bass thrusting from 1:26 of the '04 Glastonbury gig) Tasty Jams Osaka Jam MK Jam Helsinki Jam Songs with extras Hoodoo (Chris on guitar) MWaH/KoC (Lady accident inducing harmonica action) Stockholm Syndrome (the Chris rips off his shirt version) Lord Wolstenfierce's Tart Tankers of PCT 8 Violet80s 1,642 Lotus_Lily 1,422 blueOrchid 1,195 Missy411 1,030 aidaartist 812 Ali_Y 737 gigapoodle 503 Tofu 495 beeSides 416 PhantomBadger 276 AllSoArty 184 lapastasciutta 167 HullaGirl 134 Twonkie 116 Contrad!ction. 104
Here's one which might interest Matt: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/05/26/shuttle-atlantis-prepares-landing/ The space shuttle Atlantis is aiming to land in Florida today to wrap up what could be its final voyage into space as NASA's shuttle era draws closer to its end..... ....The shuttle crew awoke today at 12.20 a.m. EDT to sound of the song "Supermassive Black Hole" by the band Muse as a wake-up call from Mission Control. They plan to close the long doors on the shuttle's payload bay at 5:01 a.m. EDT, and make the first engine burn to move out of orbit at 7:41 a.m. EDT.