bellamy'szetagirl Posted March 3, 2010 Author Share Posted March 3, 2010 sorry if this was posted alredy gig review in the wp http://blog.washingtonpost.com/clicktrack/2010/03/in_concert_muse.html Thanks for the link. And also for giving me that awesome sign. It's up on my wall now at home. As for what that reviewer said...eh... I actually loved the part when those last couple eyeballoons were floating around and no one was popping them. It was funny and I enjoyed it when Muse was playing that random song. I was hoping no one would pop that last one and the band would go into playing a b-side or something. So... correct me if I'm wrong. So during PIB, I was so impressed with everyone when Matthew Bellamy let us sing part of the chorus. But, was it my imagination when he said at the conclusion at the song something like "wow, that single wasn't released in the US"? I mean that would make since because Origin of Symmetry wasn't released in the US till after the release of Absolution (i forget the reason why, some legal mumbo jumbo). Did anyone else catch him saying this? If he did, I'm so proud of us! Now that I hear you say that, when I think back, that does kind of sound like what he said. I thought it was awesome when you could tell that they were having fun up there during the gig. I was at barrier on Chris' side. When I was walking over there were hardly and people all the way on the right. Matt's side was already a couple rows back, it seemed. This was my first concert being at barrier and it was a good experience. I think for Baltimore, I want to try for Matt's side. It seemed like everyone was more energetic over there. Plus, from where I was, I couldn't see Matt when he played piano and I just have to see that. I thought Matt's vocals were really strong and the songs were great. I even enjoyed Guiding Light and Feeling Good, I had never seen them performed at any of the Muse opening gigs I've been to. The only thing I can say bored me somewhat was Supermassive Black Hole...that's when I tweeted about all the applause it got during the gig lol. My favorites of the night were: Stockholm Syndrome, Unnatural Selection, Plug In Baby and USOE. I also met DreamOutLoud65 and it was nice talking to her too. I think the Patriot Center staff was good, they got us our wristbands on time and the "search" at the doors went quickly where I was. I didn't have a bag, I just held my phone and camera (with the lens open) in my hands as I went in and they looked at it quickly and let me go. I got one of The Resistance Tour books for $25. It has pics, an interview, a "setlist" printed in it, stickers, and detachable postcards. Oh I think I saw Tom Kirk at the sound thing in the back when I was leaving up the steps. Did anyone notice him? I know I'm forgetting something else I wanted to say. Anyway, I am sooo glad that I have 2 more gigs to look forward to this week. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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