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Old 10-13-2007, 11:29 PM   #766
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I did notice it was a little lower, but that's forgivable. I'm just happy to have a good quality DVD of the songs from the Black Holes CD. It'll have to tide me over until they release an official concert DVD from this tour.

I guess I don't see what's forgettable about it, but hey - to each their own!
try and find the shepherds bush show

now that show was amazing
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I think I have the audio for that somewhere.

Face it - your attempts to poo all over my joy have failed. I still love my new shiny DVD.



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I think I have the audio for that somewhere.

Face it - your attempts to poo all over my joy have failed. I still love my new shiny DVD.



face it the best thing about that show is Chris extreme head-banging during bliss

it looked like his head was about to come off
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Everytime I see him playing, I think he looks like either Jeff Daniels in Dumb & Dumber, or whichever one the blonde guy is in the pairing of Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
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Are all rooms in Vegas crazy expensive for the Vegoose weekend?

I've heard that tickets sales could be slight healthier and am wondering if there may be price drop very soon.

I skipped Muse in Seattle(I live in vancouver) last month, they cancelled a show here back in May and now the Vegas trip is looking too pricey for me tastes.

Any recommendations for ways of shaving $200 off travels costs that weekend?

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if I remember correctly..they played starlight a key lower or half a step down

pretty forgettable show IMO

the shepherd's bush was better

is there a torrent out there for Shepherd's Bush? I would love to get my hands on it.
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Old 10-14-2007, 01:46 AM   #772
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Any recommendations for ways of shaving $200 off travels costs that weekend?
Find a hotel off the Strip. Less fun, more cab rides or walking, but usually less money.
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Sam's Town is WAY off the strip and cheap, if you are just looking for a room. But you will have to cab it everywhere. Or maybe downtown LV


Oh, and anyone have any DVDs they would like to, um, b&p?
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Find a hotel off the Strip. Less fun, more cab rides or walking, but usually less money.
Thanks guys - I really mainly want to see the show and maybe have a quick glance at the strip. I can drink, gamble etc... in Vancouver if I'm ever inclined.

One minor problem is that I was thinking of travelling with someone that is 20 years old and only so many hotels allow guests under 21.

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I thought hotels welcomed all ages. Maddy went to Vegas with us, no problem, and we stayed way off the strip at Sam's Town. It's much more kid friendly than perhaps you think it is...
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Yeah, that's what I thought, too. But I'm sure there's bound to be an all-ages one you can find in the area somewhere. Keep checking around. Hope you can find something that works .

Regarding the video clips and stuff, I dunno, from what I've seen on YouTube regarding Reading, I thought they sounded great . "Starlight" does take a bit of getting used to at first, hearing it in a lower key, yeah, but I've warmed to it over time.

I don't have any Muse DVDs yet . I want one (would love to get the one that has their Glastonbury 2004 show. Again, seen the clips on YouTube from that, good lord, they tore that place DOWN that night!). It's a shame there's no pro shot stuff from the Red Rocks show I was at, I'd kill to have that on a DVD. Even audio would be something.

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Everytime I see him playing, I think he looks like either Jeff Daniels in Dumb & Dumber, or whichever one the blonde guy is in the pairing of Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
I think Chris looks like a big lovable Chewbacca next to the two skinny little twigs he's sharing the stage with,
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Yeah, that's what I thought, too. But I'm sure there's bound to be an all-ages one you can find in the area somewhere. Keep checking around. Hope you can find something that works .

Regarding the video clips and stuff, I dunno, from what I've seen on YouTube regarding Reading, I thought they sounded great . "Starlight" does take a bit of getting used to at first, hearing it in a lower key, yeah, but I've warmed to it over time.

I don't have any Muse DVDs yet . I want one (would love to get the one that has their Glastonbury 2004 show. Again, seen the clips on YouTube from that, good lord, they tore that place DOWN that night!). It's a shame there's no pro shot stuff from the Red Rocks show I was at, I'd kill to have that on a DVD. Even audio would be something.


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I have the Glastobury 2004 DVD, I downloaded it from DIME. It's in PAL format now..It's incredible! I have Reading DVD too and I don't find Starlight to be that significantly different to what I have seen and heard live.

I haven't seen a bootleg for the Red Rocks show yet. I will let you know if I do.

I read that they are coming out with a new DVD for this last tour (I believe shot at Wembley) somewhere around December. I think that is for Europe, I am not sure when and if the US will get it.
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One minor problem is that I was thinking of travelling with someone that is 20 years old and only so many hotels allow guests under 21.

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I am so jonezing for a another torrent/bootleg and there aint anything.! wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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