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I'd rather have a succinct 10 track album than a longer, incohesive collection of songs. [OPINION WARNING] In Rainbows and Kid A are two albums that come to mind for me — both only ten tracks long but incredibly satisfying.

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my dad legit just said to me

 

'but wont the gig be boring if you dont know the songs?'

 

oh dad

 

Haha :LOL:

I was at E-Werk in 2012 when Muse played their first gig before The 2nd Law was released. I heard Supremacy, Follow Me, Save Me, Animals, and maybe a few other songs there for the very first time. So worth it :D

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Yeah that was a goddamn amazing album, beginning to end. It's 10 tracks and 46 minutes but it feels like a solid hour of amazing music every time I listen to it. I hope Drones is similar.

 

Here's hoping!

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I was aware, but thought it best not to mention! :p

 

Yeah there is a certain stigma attached to them on here, I don't care :LOL:

 

On here Royal Blood = The Antichrist

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Yeah there is a certain stigma attached to them on here, I don't care :LOL:

 

On here Royal Blood = The Antichrist

 

:LOL:

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Can anyone tell me if the pre-sale tickets for belfast are sold out or not? I managed to get a ticket earlier, but I didn't have my card on hand so I timed out while trying to find it.

 

When I tried to buy again it said they can't find any tickets. Although, It said that to my friend before I tried to buy my ticket so I don't know if it's glitched or if they're actually sold out.

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From what Matt says, it sounds to me like it'll be heavily conceptual - not quite the full Who-style 'rock opera', but something more along the lines of Rush's Clockwork Angels - a narrative stretched over the album. As I love Clockwork Angels, I'm really excited to see how Muse handle something more cohesive!

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You lot, you all as well as myself are idiots. I just reread Matt's tweet and realized he wasn't trying to announce anything... :noey:

 

He said "there is a place and time i.e. 9 PM, Belfast, Sunday." in response to a Tweet about Psycho taking forever to be written, and come out as a song.

 

Literally all he is saying is that there is a time and place for things, events, to happen. A common colloquialism. The "i.e. 9 PM, Belfast, Sunday." is 99% likely to be his sarcastic attempt at being funny, especially given the usage of "i.e." showing it as an example, except everyone thought it was an imminent announcement...

:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

 

[/i stand by this revelation and will eat my asshole 10 times if I am proven wrong.[/b]

 

Go on then!

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From what Matt says, it sounds to me like it'll be heavily conceptual - not quite the full Who-style 'rock opera', but something more along the lines of Rush's Clockwork Angels - a narrative stretched over the album. As I love Clockwork Angels, I'm really excited to see how Muse handle something more cohesive!

 

It does sound very much like a full-on concept album

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I'll eat my hair if we get Psycho tomorrow. It's not going to be tomorrow.

 

This was posted at 2:24 am today. So "tomorrow" qualifies for Thursday.

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I hope Matt gives an interview of Drones like this one he gave about T2L

 

 

It kind of gives me the impression that Matt is like an Oracle.. He might sorta already figured out what's gonna happen with human beings. It would be interesting to share a focus group/seminary with him to hear what he thinks, reads, etc

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Lets hope potatoes are not used to film the gig

Very true. Potatoes are for throwing, not filming.

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