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3 Muse gigs you wished you saw

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Glasto 04, RAH 08, Wembley 07. I can't believe I missed these three gigs in all my many many years of Muse gigs!

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Bizarre festival 2000.

Royal Albert Hall 2008. [Fury and Megalomania D:]

Oxegen 2010. [i could have been at the gig, btw]

Wembley 2007 and Glastonbury 2004.

yeah i know i named 5.

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There's a lot but here's 3 I can think of (well, technically 5)

 

Reading 2002/06 (both sounded epic from what I've heard on YT)

Pinkpop 2004 (that looked fucking mental and had a longer set than Glastonbury)

Earl's Court 2004 (either show, they both looked amazing)

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I would have loved to be at any of the gigs in the beginning when they were playing small venues, would be so awesome to be close to them, and way easier to meet them and be a groupie... though I would have been very young :S are we talking going back in time here? :L

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royal albert hall

glasto 04

wembley 07

 

those are off the top of my head. if i went through and looked at setlists it would be different, but i'm too lazy.

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1. Battle of The Bands 1994

2. Le Zénith - 29th October 2001 when they recorded the Hullaballoo DVD, it was just too perfect.

3. Reading Fest 2006 - They just played with so much emotion! It would've been great to been there

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Montreux Jazz Festival 2002

Glastonbury Festival 2004

Earls Court 2004

 

As the latter two are quite similar setlist-wise, I think I should be allowed a fourth:

Le Zenith, Paris 2001 (Hullabaloo)

 

 

I'd potentially kill to have been at any of those (and many others) :p

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Le Zenith, Paris 2001 (Hullabaloo)

Glastonbury Festival 2004

Wembley 2007 although Eurocks 2001 sounds good (I love Matt's guitar fixed with masking tape :LOL: )

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Why do you lot name gigs that are available to see on DVD as gigs you wish you could have seen? I dun geddit.

 

:eek:

Watching a Muse gig on a DVD is so different from experiencing it live.

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