Alright_Computer;540291 said:BH&R is great, but I just think OoS and Absolution are more consistent. There is a great variety in BH&R, though, from Starlight to Take a Bow to Hoodoo to Knights of Cydonia to Invincible to Map of the Problematiqué to Supermassive Black Hole to ExoPolitics to Assassin to City of Delusion to Soldier's Poem... I think I just listed it all, didn't I?
Alright_Computer;540301 said:It's the iTunes bonus track, right? I got mine at Barnes & Noble. That's probably why I don't have it. I'll check it out, though.
J.w.d.;540306 said:i wish they were in rb
Sveppi;540336 said:/Glorious for DLC
TakeABow;540246 said:Just wait till you get to Invincible. Maybe you will disagree with me, but I think the song is AMAZING.
Coldplayer;540386 said:You're right! This definitely sticks out! I like Starlight better, but Invincible is nice. I have to say, that's a really good album overall, I like it much better than Absolution so far. Not that Absolution is bad, but I just like BH&R better.
TakeABow;540443 said:Watch the HAARP video. The solo gets more impressive. And I feel like Matt breathes even more life into the song.
Alright_Computer;540469 said:Wow, that solo was incredible! And the intro was great, it sounded really spacey and futuristic. Ah the joys of playing with a bottleneck. You could really see how great the solo was there. Awesome song.It's official. I'm buying HAARP tomorrow.
MusePT;540429 said:OMG... just came here after posting the new sig earlier and PUM 6 new pages!!! You guys are monsters!!!! Thanks for your comments on my new sig...And OoS is the best album in the world EvEr!!!! And I was in the 1st night at Wembley... and on the 06/06 I will be atending my 5th Muse concert at the Rock in Rio Festival in Lisbon, Muse will be there along with Linkin Park, Offspring, Kaiser Chiefs and Orishas, so it'll be a Fantastic night!!!!The previous day will be Metallica, stil considering if I'll go cause the tickets are 53€ for each day!!!
TakeABow;540480 said:*Jealousy* Muse doens't play in Ohio (or the midwestern United States) all that often.
Alright_Computer;540490 said:It sucks to be a Muse fan in the Midwest, doesn't it? I have a feeling they won't come to Indiana soon.
supersonic1414;540536 said:I'm watching the Haarp dvd right now and am blowin away (as always) by Matt Bellamy. How he came up with the XY midi pad on his black Manson guitar that controls the Kaoss pad blows I will never know. The man is more revolutionary that Johnny Greenwood, which is the highest complement.... Those 2, along with The Edge, are probably the most amazing effects users in rock music...
TakeABow;540495 said:I am willing to drive about 500 miles to see them, and there still aren't that many shows. I know the feeling.I saw them twice last year though, once with MCR (ick) and again at Lollapalooza.Edit: Wow! I have 118 out of 768 posts in this thread. And I didn't start posting in here until at least a month after it got started. I guess I talk too much.
Alright_Computer;540579 said:The test of a true Muse fan: whoever gets the most posts requesting for them to be in Rock Band.If I had the budget, I would easily go to England just to see Muse. But I really don't, unfortunately. Also, I'm a believer that touring with MCR was one of the biggest mistakes in Muse's lives.
In an interview:Do you have any hopes of breaking America? Matt: "It'd be nice, yeah. But if you want to break America, you do have to bend over, pull down your pants and let radio stations f**k you up the arse. If there's any way of avoiding that, I'll go for it. But I think we'll go live there for six months and see what happens."
Alright_Computer;540605 said:Wow. I bet there were a lot of teen girls with too much eyeliner at the show. And if I were Matt, I wouldn't have covered it with a laugh. Really. That may have been why they agreed to do it, they actually wanted MCR fans to hear good music. Not the crap their favorite band usually makes.
TakeABow;540634 said:I felt out of place wearing an Interpol t-shirt and non-ripped jeans and indoor soccer shoes around all the pre-ripped / girlpants, eyeliner and tight-jacket, emover haircut sporting crowd that filled most of the place. Matt definatly had more fun at Lollapalooza than he did playing right before MCR.Warner is pushing Muse hard over here now. And they were really fantastic about fixing the Special Edition HAARP DVD situation. I expected to just be screwed with a region 2 DVD, but three days later I got the replacement.
supersonic1414;540659 said:What DVD problem did you run into?
TakeABow;540668 said:The special edition boxes (limited to 1000 copies in the US) were all region 2 (UK, Japan, France, Germany) coded, so US DVD players couldn't play them. They had the replacement DVD with the correct region code in the mail before I called to ask what was up.
Alright_Computer;540697 said:That's nice of them. I guess they just wanted to spread the HAARP around.I wonder how many special edition boxes there were in the UK, since they're a lot more popular there.
TakeABow;540716 said:Warner wants Muse fans to be happy, and they pushed HAARP into lots of record stores. I expect that the next time Muse tours over here, it will be thier own tour, with lots of other bands clamoring to open for them. *Imagines an Interpol/Muse Tour* If only...I bet Helium3 put out plenty of the special HAARP DVD over there. Probably a limited time deal instead of a limited number.
Alright_Computer;540726 said:That tour would be awesome. I would go.