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Those are both highly awesome.

 

My choices would be Hullabaloo Bliss and my absolute favourite, KoC at Dundee in 2006. I listen to that more often than the studio version.

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This has been done before. And the best performance ever isn't on youtube any more :(

 

Micro Cuts at Montreux :happy:

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for me

 

 

or

 

 

 

2 of the best live songs ever played by them.

 

 

your thoughts?

 

 

wow

 

The Small Print is amazing, I have never seen that before and believe me I have searched a lot of muse on Youtube :eek:

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I agree with Bliss off Hullaballoo. That IS awesome.

 

Also I think Citizen Erased, pretty much anywhere.

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Stockholm Syndrome at Glastonbury is Muse's finest moment.

 

No arguments at all. They will never top the raw energy and exhuberence of that nine minutes of music. It is PERFECTION.

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for me

 

 

or

 

 

 

2 of the best live songs ever played by them.

 

 

your thoughts?

 

I have both on DVD Woot!

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Micro Cuts at Montreux

Stockholm Syndrome at Glastonbury \ Earl's Court (Those are equal for me)

Citizen Erased Hullabaloo

Showbiz Hullabloo

 

those are also my top 5 muse songs with bliss, which i dont have any particular performance that i love but most of them are great :D

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Stockholm Syndrome at Pinkpop 2004

Knights of Cydonia at Wembley

Hysteria at Glastonbury 2004

New Born at T in the Park 2004

Supermassive Black Hole at Reading 2006

 

There we go... :p

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Nu-uh :noey:.

 

The last 5 minutes of SS from Glasto (last chorus onwards) is beyond words.

 

It is pretty awesome, shame they omitted that from the, is there a better copy of it anywhere rather than youtube?

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My fave.

 

YEAH thats ridiculous the emotion they put into that, seems so much more cathartic than how they play now. I forgot about that one though, thanks for the link.

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Another one I can't believe I forgot! My favourite Hysteria ever is Auckland 2007:

 

 

Just listen to the start bit, Matt playing along with the bassline. I've never heard him do that apart from this time. Was disappointed when I saw them again down in Christchurch a couple of days later and he didn't do it. Absolutely love it, he should do it more.

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Stockholm Syndrome at Rock am Ring 04.

he sing every chorus with a kind of extra power. end-scream is amazing.

but I also like the glasto 04 - version..

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Newborn at PinkPop 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l_2Gk6lITY

I always get the chills watching that whole performance, especially the RATM riff at the end.

 

My favorite Muse moment from all the gigs I've been to is 'Knights of Cydonia' is Bogota, Colombia.

muse - público - knights of cydonia

The video doesn't show the crowd chanting that "wwooooo wooooooohh woooooaah", but here's a link to the mp3 courtesy of our buddy Sousous:

 

http://www.sousous.org/Bogota/Muse200708_KOC.mp3

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NOTHING will ever top Stockholm Syndrome and Bliss ext at Wembley 17th June 2007. I thank God everyday that I was able to witness those epic performances in person.

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Stockholm Syndrome at Glastonbury is Muse's finest moment.

 

No arguments at all. They will never top the raw energy and exhuberence of that nine minutes of music. It is PERFECTION.

 

Agreed :happy:

It was epic.

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