Italy Quelli che... il Calcio 2009 (gig)

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Muse miming Uprising
Muse show
Venue Unknown (Quelli che... il Calcio[1])
Date 20th September 2009[1]
Location Milan, MI[source?]
Country Italy
Songs 1[2]
Support Unknown
Start (UTC+2) Unknown
Capacity Unknown
Price Unknown
Sold out? Unknown

Muse mimed to Uprising on the 20th September Quelli che... il Calcio morning programme. As for the Ipswich Big Sunday appearance in 2000, the band switched places, with Dominic Howard miming lead vocals and feigning bass guitar playing, Christopher Wolstenholme feigning guitar and keyboard and Matthew Bellamy feigning percussion and backing vocals.[2]

Q: So your new album (The Resistance) it's been completely recorded between Milan and the lake of Como... you love our country, why you love Italy??
A: It's a beautiful country, we love to be here.. and our drummer Matt lives in Como, so we built a studio in Italy, we had a lot of fun.... you can have a lot of creativity!
Q: I know that one of you has an italian girlfriend, a psychologist... right?
A: Yeah, our drummer..
Q: What is better? Clooney's house or the drummer's house??
A: I think George's is better... it is huge....
Q: I had read that you love simphonic music, you have a 40 pieces orchestra here in Milan, why this mix between rock music and orchestral music?
A: The band had a kind of influence by the piano and artists such as Chopin and Rachmaninov so we tried tho take an orchestra to do something different from the past... it's been amazing
Q: You talk a lot about apocalypse and real problems, your album came out on 9/11... don't think it's just a coincidence..
A: Oh no it's just a coincidence.. someone thinks about a conspiracy but we are in a different time, the world is different and there were no messages with the album release date.



  1. a b muse. (2009-09-20). - .... Twitter. Retrieved 2009-09-20 from
  2. a b (2009-09-20). [Video of the appearance]. YouTube. Retrieved 2009-09-20 from

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