Sydney Entertainment Centre 2007 (gig)

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Bellamy
Muse show
Venue Sydney Entertainment Centre[1][source?]
Date 17th November 2007[1][source?]
Location Haymarket, Sydney, NSW[source?]
Country Australia
Songs 17[source?]
Support The Checks[1][source?]
Start 6:45 (doors), 21:00 (show start)[1] UTC+10[source?]
Capacity 12,500[source?]
Price 85.00 (silver) 95.00 (gold)[1] AUD[source?]
Sold out? Yes (standing), No (seated)[source?]


Times[1]

  • 21:00 - Muse on stage
  • 20:00 - The Checks on stage
  • 18:45 - Arena doors open
  • 18:00 - Glass doors open

"Soldier's Poem" was on the set list in brackets before "Knights of Cydonia", but was not played. Chris appears to have either missed his cue, or his bass guitar cut on the first strike of "Hysteria".[2]

Muse were originally scheduled to go on stage at 21:00, but they were apparently delayed until 21:30.

"Fury" was played in B flat. Balloons were released during "Bliss", and CO2 shot up in "Butterflies and Hurricanes" and "Knights of Cydonia".

Space Dementia was played in the Soundcheck.

Speech

After Take a Bow Bellamy "Good evening Sydney!"
After New Born "Thank you very much".
After Butterflies & Hurricanes "Cheers".
Howard "How's it going Sydney? Good to see you guys again, as always".
After Feeling Good Bellamy "Thanks, thanks a lot".
After Invincible "Thank you very much".
Before Hysteria (after false start) Howard "Okay, let's try that again".
After Fury Bellamy "Cheers".
After Starlight "Thank you very much".
After Time Is Running Out "Woo!"
After Bliss "Thank you Sydney!"
After Knights of Cydonia "Thank you Sydney, we love you!"
Howard "You guys rock Sydney. Cheers, you guys are cool".

Media

A recording in ~192kbps mp3 format can be obtained here. A separated version of the same recording can be found here. On the 25th December 2007, an official pro-shot video in black and white of Fury from this performance was made available to download from the official site. The video can be obtained here in .flv, .mp4, .wmv and .avi.

Setlist

References

See also


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