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  1. ...what performances and songs would you put on it? I was reading a few days ago about U22, a live album U2 made for their 360 tour; all the performances on the album were voted for by messageboard fans, who could pick from all of songs in all of the stadium gigs on the tour (or something like that). This got me thinking - if you had to make a T2L tour live album or a BH&R live album for example (with complete choice of songs and gigs), what would yours look like?
  2. Hi all, As an alternative present for you lovely lot, I dug up my footage of the Trafalgar Square singalong from 2007. I've cut it all together into a little highlights package and given you the some of the best bits! For those who missed it - for three hours, us crazy Muse fans in our younger days got together and had a singalong before the first Wembley gigs in 2007. (For me, the Wembley gig hasn't been topped - Emirates gigs earlier this year are a close second though). I tried to get in as many faces as possible into the video - so see if you can spot yourself. The event raised money for The Helen Foundation (Muse are patrons of this charity), Multiple Sclerosis Society UK and Cancer Research UK. Tom Kirk's dad, Roger, made a speech and thanked everyone for attending. There's also some nice shots at the end of the flags and posters etc. Highlights for me are the air-piano, Muse pants, Crazy Bob's spectacular fall after the line "I won't leave you falling", and some of those.. ahem... high notes! Have a great Christmas everyone, Cheers Lloyd Please move this if I've put it in the wrong section.
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