Paris Trabendo 2003 (gig)

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Muse show
Venue Trabendo[source?]
Date 10th September 2003[source?]
Location Paris[source?]
Country France
Songs 11[1][2]
Support Unknown
Start Unknown
Capacity 20[note 1][3]
Price -[presumption]
Sold out? -[presumption]




A private show. Ten pairs of tickets were made available through a competition by Warner Music in which participants had to choose which of the six promotional gigs they wanted to go to, and answer the following two questions:

  1. Which Stanley Kubrick film inspired the set design for Muse's latest video 'Time Is Running Out'?
  2. What is the release date of Muse's new album 'Absolution'?

Answers had to be sent to muse@warner.music.com.[3]

There was a power cut at the end of Hysteria and at the beginning of the solo of Sing for Absolution.

During Stockholm Syndrome one of the strap locks broke on Chris' black Pedulla bass. He had to hold the bass himself to continue playing the song. During the riff at the end of Stockholm Syndrome Matt dropped his Manson Delorean into the drum kit which hit Dom in the face. Matt then pulled apart the drum kit before Chris threw his bass onto the drum riser.

Media

The show was broadcast 12th October 2003 on MCM tv at 23:15.[4][5] The show was also broadcast on Oui-FM.[6] Sing for Absolution and Citizen Erased were not not broadcast on television.

A French documentary is available here

Setlist

Notes

  1. Number of competition tickets

References

  1. Tom Wilson. (2003-09-11). Trabendo. Muselive. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from www.muselive.com.
  2. (2005-03-14). [Muselive gig archive]. Muselive. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from www.muselive.com.
  3. a b Private shows in europe (2003-08-23). MicroCuts. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from microcuts.net.
  4. Tom Wilson. (2003-10-07). [Muselive news]. Muselive. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from www.muselive.com.
  5. Medias (2003-09-11). MicroCuts. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from microcuts.net.
  6. Tv and Radio (2003-09-09). MicroCuts. Retrieved 2006-10-26 from microcuts.net.

See also


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