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If he disagrees with music producers, it is because they are wrong. He once was accused of harassing a female fan who was upset because he would not keep harassing her. He’s a lover, not a fighter, but he’s also a rocker, so don’t get any ideas. Even his parents’ advice is insightful. The Muse fan shirts with him on the front never wrinkle. The sold out stadiums where he performs can be seen from outer space and aliens often tune in. He once spanked a female magician on stage. That’s right. You heard me. If a monument was built in his honor, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame would close, due to poor attendance. His pillow talk is years ahead of it’s time. The toughest rock-stars in the business have been offered to fight him and all flat out refuse. He has only fallen off of stage to dismount. He has been known to cure women of frigidness, just by walking into the room. When it is raining at his concerts, it is because he is sad. Even if he forgets to put postage on fan mail, it gets there. He once had an uncomfortable moment at a concert, just to see what it was like. His cereal never gets soggy. It sits there, staying crispy, just for him. Women want him; men want to be him. He is Matthew Bellamy – the most interesting rock-star in the world!!!
(Sorry for the stupid title) Hello there. I was thinking the other day that maybe some parts of our voice tends to «die out» as we grow older. Do you think Matthew is able to reach the peak of his falsetto like he used to*? I notice that on Micro Cuts, a song they always seem to play at the same pitch, there is the legendary performance, Hullaboloo, and then there is the Wembley 2006 live performance, which I used for comparison. While the latter one is not a bad performance per se, it seems that Matthew sort of lucks through the song by shortening some of his singing, blur some of the vocals, and he does not scream with the same intensity as he did in Hullaboloo (or on the studio version, for that matter). Maybe he had to dial it down in order to hit the notes? Do you think Matt has to calm down on his voice because he can't reach those high notes or am I simply making mountains out of molehills? I've seen a lot of people claiming his falsetto has «changed», do you think this is the case? * Ca. 2000-2002