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Old 15-11-2005, 15:39   #1
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Muse - Absolution Tour DVD

Looking forward to this one! Hits shops 12th December...


From their Main Stage performance at Reading in 2002 through to an incendiary performance on Glastonbury's Main Stage in 2004, Muse cemented their position as one of the UK's leading live acts. This DVD compiles the highlights from the 18-month long Absolution Tour and includes footage from their triumphant two night stand at London's Earls Court along with some of the best moments from the band's US tour.

Tracklist:

1. Hysteria
2. New Born
3. Sing For Absolution
4. Muscle Museum
5. Apocalypse Please
6. Ruled By Secrecy
7. Sunburn
8. Butterflies and Hurricanes
9. Bliss
10. Time Is Running Out
11. Plug In Baby
12. Blackout

Special Features:

Fury - live in Los Angeles
The Small Print - live at Earls' Court
Stockholm Syndrome - live at Earls' Court
The Groove In The States - live in Cincinatti / San Diego
Easter Egg (hidden extra): Thoughts Of A Dying Atheist - live at Wembley
Easter Egg (hidden extra): Endlessly - live at Wembley
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Old 15-11-2005, 16:07   #2
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Saw this yesterday. Too many music DVDs to buy!
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Nice another Chrimbo pressie sorted.

Was at the Earl's Court gig.
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Old 29-11-2005, 22:27   #4
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Has anyone seen any info on the audio for the DVD?? Will it be in 5.1?
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If it's anything like Hullabaloo, then DTS.

Cheapest place for this? hate Christmas - so many DVD's.

And live Muse is great, but when are we going to get a video compilation? Their videos are great, but theres been three albums so far and no compilation!
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Old 29-11-2005, 22:50   #6
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If it's anything like Hullabaloo, then DTS.
That's what I assumed, but I've seen no mention ANYWHERE of surround-sound/DTS

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Cheapest place for this? hate Christmas - so many DVD's.
Cheapest I've seen is £10.99 BlahDVD

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Old 29-11-2005, 22:55   #7
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quality

never seen Hullabaloo, my mate said the editing can send anyone into an epileptic fit, is this true ?
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never seen Hullabaloo, my mate said the editing can send anyone into an epileptic fit, is this true ?
'fraid so. Still a quality gig, but the editing is shocking. As soon as the music speeds up the camera-work goes mental
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has an atmosphere / charm all of it's own though.

And turn the sound up you will be annoying people in the next city.

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Very good in my experience

There used to be a voucher floating around where you get a couple of quid off a £15 spend when you sign up.....may be worth having a look and seeing if that's still about

...EVEN BETTER!! It's £2 off a £10 spend, so £8.99 for the Absolution DVD then

£2 off BlahDVD

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'fraid so. Still a quality gig, but the editing is shocking. As soon as the music speeds up the camera-work goes mental
ill give that a miss then.

Lets hope Absolution tour DVD isnt so bad.
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ill give that a miss then..
It's worth picking up if you see it cheap

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Very good in my experience

There used to be a voucher floating around where you get a couple of quid off a £15 spend when you sign up.....may be worth having a look and seeing if that's still about

...EVEN BETTER!! It's £2 off a £10 spend, so £8.99 for the Absolution DVD then
£2 off BlahDVD
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Thank you.
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Old 30-11-2005, 10:43   #15
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Hullabaloo is awesome and don't let anyone tell you any different.

Muse are one of the best live acts ever. I've seen them twice.
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Hullabaloo is awesome and don't let anyone tell you any different.

Muse are one of the best live acts ever. I've seen them twice.
So have I.

In fact they are the only band I got into AFTER seeing them.

I was at the Brixton Academy, watching the American band Live (Throwing Copper) and Muse were supporting them. That was after Showbiz had been released, but the first single had flopped, so they were about to be re-launched.

That was a life changing night, i can tell you.

I've evangelised about them ever since, and somehow they feel like My band, as i discovered them.

I know that's stupid, as I didn't, but I hope you understand what I mean.
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I was at the Brixton Academy, watching the American band Live (Throwing Copper) and Muse were supporting them. That was after Showbiz had been released, but the first single had flopped, so they were about to be re-launched.
I saw them around about the same time in their career at T-In The Park in Scotland. I knew I wanted to see them and they were playing in one of the main tents in the evening. Word got out that their flight from Italy had been delayed which meant their time got pushed back to the same time as Travis. What a shame So 80,000 Scots went and watched Travis on the main stage, and me and about 50 others watched Muse right from the front in one of the tents. They didn't seem overly fussed at the lack of a crowd and went about their business in a thoroughly professional manner producing one of the best performances of the festival
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Cool, ordered, thanks. Was also at the Glastonbury and Earls Court gigs
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