Muse - H.A.A.R.P. + CD

Muse - H.A.A.R.P. + CD



Artista(s) / Grupo: MUSE

Estilo(s): Alternative Rock, Indie Rock

Título: HAARP

Cantidad de Discos: 2

Género(s): Rock Pop


Stock: 1 Unidad


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Track Listing
  1. Intro/Dance of the Knights
  2. Knights of Cydonia/Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  3. Hysteria
  4. Supermassive Black Hole
  5. Map of the Problematique
  6. Butterflies and Hurricanes
  7. Invincible
  8. Starlight
  9. Time Is Running Out
  10. New Born/Microphone Fiend
  11. Unintended
  12. Micro Cuts
  13. Stockholm Syndrome
  14. Take a Bow
  15. Intro/Dance of the Knights
  16. Knights of Cydonia/Close Encounters of the Third Kind
  17. Hysteria
  18. Supermassive Black Hole
  19. Map of the Problematique
  20. Butterflies and Hurricanes
  21. Hoodoo
  22. Apocalypse Please
  23. Feeling Good
  24. Invincible
  25. Starlight
  26. Improv.
  27. Time Is Running Out
  28. New Born
  29. Soldier's Poem
  30. Unintended
  31. Blackout
  32. Plug in Baby
  33. Stockholm Syndrome
  34. Take a Bow

Whether you view them as dynamic rock & roll rulers or overblown Radiohead knock-offs, it's hard to contend with Muse's strength as a live act. H.A.A.R.P. shows the band strutting its stuff in front of a sold-out audience at Wembley Stadium, with a set list that relies heavily on 2006's Black Holes and Revelations but still dips into the band's back catalog. The accompanying DVD gives a flashy, glitzy face to the music, and the refreshing lack of lightning-fast camera editing helps boost it above the band's previous CD/DVD combo, Hullabaloo Soundtrack. Still, the audio disc holds up quite well on its own, both for its crystal clear sound quality as well as the band's confident performance. Muse's intricate, electronics-laced material isn't the easiest thing to replicate in a live setting, but H.A.A.R.P. sounds as sharp as the band's studio albums, with Matthew Bellamy often adding different guitar flourishes (a brand new riff here, an extended solo there) to make these live renditions unique. And even if a small handful of songs sound nearly identical to their studio counterparts, it's nice to hear a song like "Starlight" -- a tune that has always sounded like it was consciously created for arena-sized crowds -- finally get the proper Wembley Stadium treatment. ~ Andrew Leahey, Rovi

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