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  1. As The Resistance tour finally comes to a close, a very interesting dynamic is now really going to set in for us Muse fans. Muse has been around for a while now, and with their sudden explosion of popularity after Resisance (especially in the US), its believable to say they are now a world superpower. However, when their next album is released, a lot of die hards will have to come to grips with the fact that a lot of older songs will never be played. Think about it, most of us chek setlists religiously, I am sure weve all noticed how little Showbiz is played anymore. Now think about when ANOTHER album comes out. Its quite possible we wont hear any showbiz live for a very long time, unless they very rarely decide to pop out unintended or maybe cave. Unfortuantely the trend will ripple across with other albums Origin of Symmetry still has about 3 or 4 songs on a setlist, but i would expect to see that number decrease. I doubt Plug in Baby will ever go away, but Feeling Good has now been seen to dissappear in and out of setlists, and with the reemrgence of ruled by secrey and USoE, plus matt said their new album will be more classical and low key, its quite possible feeling good will feel like a thing of the past. Newborn probably wont be played as often (it was switched out several times on this tour), and bliss, as rare as it is, will become even more rare. Absolution will still have good recognition, Id imagine hysteria and time is running out will still be around, but even songs like stockholm syndrome may have trouble staying around consistently. butterflies and hurricanes will probably disappear for good. Blackholes and Revelations will still have many songs, as it is still much more recent. Knights of Cydonia, Starlight, and Supermassive Black Hole will probably be staples to the setlist. Map of the Problematique (and to a lesser extent take a bow) will probably start being snubbed out more as well. Resistance will obviously see the most holdover. Were likely to see all three of the singles plus USOE for a while (and though i cant figure out why, so will guiding light, but not unnatural selection or mk ultra.) that being said im still curious if theyll ever bust out all three exogenesis, something tells me they will ALLLL this being said (and of course just all my opinion, feel free to share), what do you think we can expect in future setlists after their next album? matts been quoted as saying he wants smaller venue type music and possibly more classical sound (which is why i feel songs like stockholm, newborn, and motp would be swapped out in favor of lighter choices). What can Muse fans expect? how rare will showbiz and origin become? for this muser, hopefully not TOO rare
  2. I was talking with a friend of mine about Matthew Bellamy's live performances of Bliss. My friend joked that Bellamy's vocal escalation to the falsetto was like a spaceship warping into space. I decided to make a video evoking that as well as other feelings I experience when I listen to the magnificence that is Bellamy's falsetto. Anyways, here it is: I used a number of clips from various sci-fi movies and live performances of Bliss. They are as follows: - Bliss (Live at Reading Festival 2006) - Armageddon (1998) - Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) - Bliss (Live 8 2005) - Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) - Bliss (Live at Rock Am Ring 2010) - Star Trek (2009) - Stargate (1994) - 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - The Fountain (2006) - Bliss (Live at Radio 1's Big Weekend 2006) - Doctor Strange (2016) - Sunshine (2007) - Lucy (2014)
  3. Arnie


    I can begin to imagine what I would be feeling if I was rolling while listening to it...
  4. Hello, dear Musers! Here is my cover of Muse's song Bliss. Link: Comments are welcome! Hope you like it! Peace out!
  5. this has probably been posted already and its probably gonna get moved [i searched and couldnt find anything]. but anywho, i just discovered this video, its 30 performances over 7 years all synced up together and its pretty freakin awesome! for those of you who havent already seen it.. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IA96btxLdic
  6. I'm going to cover some muse songs on piano next month and I'm not finding the correct settings on my keyboard, like the arpeggio type (i.e. octave up, octave down, strum...), the MIDI voice (i.e. grand piano, harpsichord...). If possible, I'd like to play like the Bizarre Festival/Reading 2000 version. Cheers. (Also, sorry for my bad English).
  7. has anyone been able to find a tab for the extended live version of bliss, everywhere i look people have the whole song except for the outro he plays after the third chorus, has anyone been able to tab it? or know where it exists?
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