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  1. Couldn't see a thread about this anywhere. Odd, thought this news would have been up here somewhere already. But yeah, apparently OUI FM are going to broadcast the whole Reading Set. Bullshit or not, i don't know yet but i'll be tuning in anyhow. Sunday evening at some point. http://www.ouifm.fr/muse-live-at-reading-festival
  2. I was just wondering what true Musers have as their ringtones? Dont worry if its just a part of the song as you will see from my choices i have done the same! My Favourites: Start of Citizens Erased (live form Hullabaloo) U just gotta love those drums ;-) Stockholm Syndrome (Just studio version) Stockholm Syndrome (End riffs played at Wembley from H.A.A.R.P) Gives me goosebumps everytime! Hysteria (studio version) But my current favorite, because it just sounds like it should be a polyphonic ringtone, is Popcorn (Muse cover)
  3. I don't know how this will work out but I just thought since there has been so much negativity lately towards Muse on the forums it seems that it would be a nice idea to have a thread where ONLY positive things could be said. You don't have to say you love The Resistance or that it's your favorite album and you don't have to agree with everything said here but let's try to keep the debating in this thread to a minimum. You can say even the littlest things like: "I like the way how the jet sounds in Collateral Damage flow into Guiding Light" Edit: I'm just making sure people know that this isn't a place to review both the good and bad aspects of The Resistance but just to give praise and appreciation for it.
  4. I have been thinking, and I know it's going to be a long time before Matt Smith is ready to go. But I first heard Timescale Keeper recently, and thought it described the Doctor perfectly. So what if our Matt was the next regeneration. I believe he would accept if offered, and if enough people comment yes, then he might go audition.
  5. How do you feel about the hierarchy in Muse? It apparently is so that it's the majority that decides, the three having even powers. As far as I know, Matt writes and composes most of the songs, and therefore has the most to say in how the song will sound like. Dom and Chris are "just" playing, although adding their own touch and ideas to each song. Don't get me wrong, I love the trio, but to a certain degree, I feel they are expendable. It's like Matt does most of the work, so wouldn't he be feeling that after the years? "I do the most work, so I should be the one to decide most." I think if it were any other band, the lead singer, especially one so solely responsible for the songs, would probably be the one with most to say. What do you think?
  6. Muse are going to be playing the great Lollapalooza in Chicago this August. The festival will be happening from 5 - 7 August at Grant Park. So if you would like to be there and see the band click on the link below to find out more about the festival and how to get tickets. Source: http://muse.mu/news/article/755/muse-playing-at-lollapalooza/
  7. From http://www.facebook.com/coachella SAVE THE DATE Saturday, July 30 in Los Angeles Rage Against The Machine, Muse, Rise Against & More Stay tuned for details Same information posted on Goldenvoice facebook: http://www.facebook.com/goldenvoice From Rage Against The Machine: http://www.ratm.com/ Breaking News 4/18/11 Confirming this post yesterday on the Coachella and Goldenvoice Facebook pages. SAVE THE DATE! Official Event Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LArising Set times: 12:00pm GA Floor Doors 1:00pm Doors (All) 3:00pm El Gran Silencio 4:00pm Immortal Technique 5:20pm Ms. Lauryn Hill 6:50pm Rise Against 8:20pm Muse 10:20pm Rage Against The Machine 11:50pm the end
  8. Thousands of music fans are this month regressing 20 years when they hear Primal Scream play Screamadelica. It was an album through which Bobby Gillespie and his band united the swaggering rock 'n' roll of The Rolling Stones with the ambient indie-rock of The Orb to create one of the most iconic records of the 1990s, and win the first-ever Mercury Prize. Few albums of that decade could be as equally worthy of being given the retrospective treatment. Ever since music promoters All Tomorrow's Parties launched Don't Look Back, the series in which they ask artists to perform classic albums in their entirety, with The Stooges playing Fun House at the Hammersmith Apollo in 2005, we have seen countless acts return to perform their legendary album in full. Belle & Sebastian (If You're Feeling Sinister), Gang Of Four (Entertainment), Ennio Morricone (classic film soundtracks) and Slint (Spiderland). Van Morrison revisited Astral Weeks on its 40th birthday in 2008, while Sonic Youth's performances of their influential Daydream Nation, the 1988 album that took them to the mainstream in America and which they revisited in 2007, earned them Time Out's Gig Of The Year. Once, the retrospective gig was a special rare occasion reserved for the most influential of bands and their most significant albums. Now it seems that everyone is doing it. Muse have announced that they will play Origin of Symmetry in its entirety at Reading and Leeds festivals this summer, while Owen Pallett is playing Heartland with the Britten Sinfonia next month at the Barbican and it feels as though the retrospective gig is going too far. It's not that I am not a fan of Muse. I stumbled upon them at Glastonbury 2000 en route to the Happy Mondays and forgot where I'd been headed, so alluring was their emotive rock and in 2009 I travelled to Teignmouth to watch them on their home turf. But surely the purpose of the retrospective gig is to take the fans back to that moment in time and pay tribute to what was a landmark in music. You can't really do that when the band in question is still creating similar-sounding albums. The magic is not only in the sense of nostalgia that a retrospective gig provides, but the weight that the album holds in the rock and pop annals and 10 years is not long enough a period to show that an album has truly stood the test of time. In May, Mercury Rev will perform Deserter's Songs, as well as re-releasing it. This is an album that was widely regarded by many as the best album of the year, NME and Mojo included. That Ash had already claimed that they would be releasing no further albums when they revisited their hits-filled 1977, helped create a sense of nostalgia and finality at the Roundhouse show, 12 years after its release. When Suede performed all five studio albums in their entirety at the ICA in 2003, it felt like the end of an era. The shows didn't just celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album, but also marked several years since Suede were the Britpop band of the moment and the news that they were to split soon followed. With that history behind them, there will be even more sense of occasion when they perform three albums in their entirety later this summer. Muse, however, are at their peak, at a time when they headline festivals – last year's Glastonbury and, of course, this year's Reading and Leeds. It's hardly the stuff of retrospectives. But above all, to play an album in its entirety takes away that essential element to a gig – anticipation. Where is the fun when you know exactly what is coming next? It is special when a band unexpectedly launches into a song that has always been one's personal favourite. Origin of Symmetry boasts live favourites "Plug In Baby", "New Born", "Bliss" and "Feeling Good", but performing the near hour-long album will leave little room for the hits of their debut, Showbiz, and best of all, Absolution. It would be a shame to see some favourites missed out and the spontaneity of a live show stripped away. http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/reviews/muse-nice-album-ndash-shame-about-the-concert-2266396.html
  9. We are very pleased to announce that Muse will be headlining the Saturday night at the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco on 13 August. The festival takes place in Golden Gate Park from 12 - 14 August. For more information on the line up and how to buy tickets check out the festival website or the muse.mu tour date on the links below. Source: http://muse.mu/news/article/751/muse-to-headline-outside-lands-festival/
  10. Sorry, I just put it through Google Translate and changed a couple of names that it translated funny. SOURCE
  11. http://www.nme.com/news/muse/55834 Muse have said they're going to build a stage set for the Reading And Leeds Festivals based around their 2001 'Origin Of Symmetry' album. The band were speaking in a new NME video interview - watch it by clicking above. Frontman Matt Bellamy said that the trio are going to "create a production around the album that they never had the chance to do at the time." He also confirmed that the band are going to "play the album from top to finish." The Reading And Leeds Festivals take place on August 26–28. Muse headline the Friday night (26) at Leeds and the Sunday night (28) at Reading.
  12. I recently just got back to listening to The Resistance non-stop... (Let England Shake and King of Limbs were the only ones in my playlist for the past month ) What an incredible album! I came across a cool list of what people think is the best track from The Resistance. Have a look: http://www.zaysay.com/list/best-muse-songs-from-the-resistance I ranked Undisclosed Desires as my #1, followed by Guiding Light and Resistance. What is your favorite?
  13. According to Warner Argentina: Mañana no te pierdas a @Muse en vivo en Cual Es? "Tomorrow don't miss Muse live on Cual Es?" Station's website: http://www.cuales.fm It confirms Muse will be on tomorrow (and will broadcast live from the stadium Wed) but don't say at what time. There's a button to listen & watch live, but I can't get their software to work - I think due to my firewall. If anyone can record this, would appreciate it.
  14. I know this may have been done before but i'm new here but do you believe songs such as knights of cydonia,uprising,butterflies and hurricanes,exo-politics,united states of eurasia and so on have a hidden meaning,telling us sheeple to wake up and fight a New world order.I certainly believe so,there is more their performance at the grammy's had several hints about this and I believe they named their live album HAARP for a specific reason. So,basically I believe there are messages for us to wake up,Please post your views
  15. Hello everyone!  Sadly I'm one. So I have been spending a lot of time searching for a guitar closest to Matt's Manson, in tones and sounds. And now also after long time listening and looking, I think I have the answer: the HSS Start (sometimes SSS Start) or HH tele.  Generally, and quite natually, we would think that a Gibson/Epiphone is the most similar guitar to Manson, since they both are famous for the fat overdriven sounding, and have the same HH position. And Matt even used a Gibson LP DC Lite as his main guitar during his early Showbiz Live. I also had this kind of opinion for quite a long time.  But recently I found I was wrong. It is NOT:  1. If you listen carefully, you will find that most of the songs' rhythm guitar lines (the guitar lines backing his vocal) produce a much Fender-like "twang" sound (Time is running out, Darkshine, etc). And this happens more in studio version, because Matt uses more gain on his Live (maybe he switchs neck to bridge). (Supermassive black hole, Knights of Cydonia, etc)  2. Look at the Manson guitars, all of the neck pickups are P-90s (Manson MBK-1) or Fernandes Sustainer. SO they are single coils. They are not humbucker (MBK-2 or MBK-3) (Look at the dots on the pickup). So they actually are HS guitars. (M1D1 Black even has two P-90s as the bridge pickup. I don't know why Matt is so in love with P-90 xD). While all Gibson have HH or P-90/P-90.  3. The overdrive. They produce kind of a BRIGHTER sound, even for their darkest metal song (Stockholm Syndrome, The small print), which could easily be disinguished from other metal (Listen to a metal song, then listen to Muse). It is like a bridge pickup overdriven Start or Tele. While Gibson are much fatter and deeper, and not the same kind. Further, I guess the Gibson LP DC Lite was also less fatter and deeper. And Matt did use a Tele during "Battle of Bands" before they were signed ( ).  4. I find some musicians, who switched from Gibson to Fender, said that the Gibson sound are too fat that even affects the vocal performance during Live shows. So maybe Matt has the same kind of thoughts, so his Manson are more like Fender.  So in conclusion, in my opinion, a Fender/Squier HSS Start or HH Tele produces the most similar sounding and tone to Matt's Manson, but not Gibson. And hopefully, we could all get a real amazing Manson one day!  PS: I recently find the new Fender Blacktop Tele sounds so much like the Manson! Not to mention the shape and the silver finish! Strongly recommand to check that.  Thank you all for taking your time reading that!  We Muse and Muse fans are the universe!
  16. http://www.nme.com/news/muse/55580 I don't know what to think about this. On the one hand he's talking about revisiting that era but on the other, saying goodbye to it. It will be interesting to see the whole interview.
  17. We're very pleased to announce that Muse will be headlining this year's Reading and Leeds festivals. The band will close the main stage on Friday August 26th in Leeds and on Sunday August 28th in Reading. At the festival, to celebrate 10 years since the release of Origin Of Symmetry, Muse will be playing songs from this album alongside others spanning their career to date. Not only this, but they'll also be bringing a whole new stage production that will only be used for these two performances. To buy tickets for Reading and Leeds, click on the link below or for more information check out the muse.mu tour dates. Source: http://muse.mu/news/article/749/muse-to-headline-reading-and-leeds-festival/
  18. Well its a discussion we can have. There are a lot of songs that they have played on every concert since 2006. Like Starlight, Knights of cydonia and Supermassive black hole. But will these have to move fore the new songs or maybe the older songs have to move like New born and Stockholm syndrome
  19. MTV US's March Madness launched this week and Muse are in the running for the trophy. March Madness is a music tournament where the public decide the winners. In this first round Muse are up against Cobra Starship and are currently leading with 60.6% of the votes! Lend your support to the cause by clicking on the link below. Source: http://muse.mu/news/article/748/mtv-march-madness---vote-for-muse/
  20. Not sure if this has been posted yet. But let's vote! http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1659761/musical-march-madness-30-seconds-to-mars-arcade-fire.jhtml
  21. Hello there! I'm not a classical music lover, but I suppose it will be easier for me to start listenning it if I find something familiar, maybe some Muse tunes. What would you recommend? I'm also interested in composers whose influences are clearly heard in Muse music, maybe you can point on some song and show the "quotation"? Anyone?
  22. Hi, ive been really wanting to get myself a Guitar and teach myself how to use one, never really played one before, though I have played other musical instruments e.g. Keyboard/Piano (Though its been years since I played or even read music). So I really want to get back into it, and would just love to be able to play a guitar, I just dont know what to set out on getting first...any ideas or suggestions? Thanks.
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