Nashville Mercy Lounge 2004 (gig)

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Matthew Bellamy inside The Mercy Lounge
Muse show
Venue The Mercy Lounge[source?]
Date 30th November 2004[source?]
Location Nashville, TN[source?]
Country USA
Songs 14[source?]
Support The Exit[source?]
Start (UTC−6) Unknown
Capacity ~500[1]
Price Unknown
Sold out? Unknown


With the two Earls Court gigs, this Micro Cuts performance features and extended and slowed down intro. Also, at the end of the gig, Matt reached an A#5.


Before The Small Print Announcer "What? ... Hang on folks. Public service announcement: right back there, if you like what you see, there's merch[andise] in the back pool room. Alright we're done with all the things. This is the last time. Ever. That you'll see the Muse in this intimate setting. Before we do that, give it up for the Exit. One more shameless plug, they also have merch[andise] in the back room. Ladies and gentlemen, something that you'll never experience ever again in your life, whose with me? [crowd scream] Ok, one more shameless plug, I'm Russel from ?, hi. Ladies and gentlemen, give it up ... for the Muse!"[2]
After The Small Print Bellamy "Thank you".
After New Born "Thank you very much, cheers".
Howard "How's it going Nashville?"
Audience member "I love you! You over there!"
Howard "I love you too".
Audience member "He loves me!"
After Butterflies & Hurricanes Bellamy "Thank you very much, cheers".
After Sing for Absolution "Cheers".
After Citizen Erased "Thank you."
After Ruled by Secrecy Howard "Cheers".
After Thoughts of a Dying Atheist Bellamy "Nice one".
After Apocalypse Please "Thank you! ... Thank you very much, thank you. ... We haven't played this song for ages. We'll give it a go, someone's shouted it out over here so ... This is Micro Cuts".
After Micro Cuts Howard "Thank you, good night. Cheers, see you next time".


A lossless audience recording can be found here.



  1. The Mercy Lounge. Wikipedia. Retrieved 2007-10-10 from
  2. [Recording]. Muselive. Retrieved 2007-04-19 from

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