Singapore Fort Canning Park 2007 (gig)

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Set-list sheet
Tickets and flyer
Muse show
Venue Fort Canning Park[1]
Date 16th January 2007[1][2]
Location Singapore[source?]
Country Singapore
Songs 16[source?]
Support -[source?]
Start (UTC+8) 20:00[1][2]
Capacity 6,500[source?]
Price (SGD) 85.00, 95.00, 110.00[2]
Sold out? Yes[source?]

First Muse performance in Singapore.

Tickets went on sale 1st December.[2] Tickets were 85 SGD from 1st - 15th December, 95 SGD from 16th - 31st December, and 110 SGD from 1st-16th January.[2]

The band started late, and so had to cut the set list short. Soldier's Poem was played on an acoustic guitar.[3] Balloons were released during Bliss,[4] and Dominic Howard again asked the audience to pop the balloons before proceeding. Matthew Bellamy whistled a phrase before Feeling Good. It was also the debut of the Ali Top Manson.


After Map of the Problematique Howard "Thank You Singapore! It's a pleasure to be here for the first time. You guys rock!"
After Bliss "Thank you Singapore [...] You've got to try and pop the balloons before we play the next song. Ciao [...] That's how you do it, you see".
After Stockholm Syndrome Bellamy "Thank you Singapore! We love you! Thank you, see you next year".
Howard "Thank you Singapore, you guys fucking rocked. We'll see you next time when we come back. Cheers, thank you very much".


A high quality audience recording in FLAC format can be found here. The recording spliced in part of 'Knights of Cydonia', 'Hysteria' and part of 'Map of the Problematique' from the other recording below. The recording was made from "~25 metres" from the stage, left of the sound board.

Another recording in FLAC format can be found here. The recording is missing about 3 seconds from 'Knights of Cydonia'. Spliced in only the beginning of 'Knights of Cydonia' from the source above. Taper was about 5 metres from the stage left.



  1. a b c [Ticket]. Retrieved 2006-12-10. [verify]
  2. a b c d e (2006-11-16). [News]. LAMC Productions. Retrieved 2006-11-26 from
  3. Leaf. (2007-01-17). [Forum post]. Muselive. Retrieved 2007-01-17 from
  4. minus182. (2007-01-16). [Description missing]. Muselive. Retrieved 2007-01-16 from

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