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==Description==
 
==Description==
An instrumental cover of the noise rock [[Lightning Bolt]] song. First played at the [[London Earls Court Exhibition Centre 2004 - 19th (gig)|Earls Court Exhibition Centre]] 2004, December 19th, the riff was swiftly followed by [[Apocalypse Please (song)|Apocalypse Please]]. It was also played on the following day at the same venue and a few more times during the 2005 North America Tour, as the opener track or before the last song of the set, [[Stockholm Syndrome (song)|Stockholm Syndrome]].
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An instrumental cover of the noise rock [[Lightning Bolt]] song. First played at the [[London Earls Court Exhibition Centre 2004 - 19th (gig)|Earls Court Exhibition Centre]] 2004, December 19th, the riff was then played the next day at the same venue where it was swiftly followed by [[Apocalypse Please (song)|Apocalypse Please]]. It was also played on the following day at the same venue and a few more times during the 2005 North America Tour, as the opener track or before the last song of the set, [[Stockholm Syndrome (song)|Stockholm Syndrome]].
  
 
The most significant difference between Muse's live cover and the Lightning Bolt original was the notably slower tempo that Muse played it.
 
The most significant difference between Muse's live cover and the Lightning Bolt original was the notably slower tempo that Muse played it.

Revision as of 19:08, 15 February 2013

Muse song
Name Dracula Mountain
Album/single -
Length Unknown
Alternative titles -
First live performance Earls Court Exhibition Centre 2004
Latest live performance Manchester Field, Kent 2005
Recorded -
Writer/composer Lightning Bolt
Producer Unknown

Description

An instrumental cover of the noise rock Lightning Bolt song. First played at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre 2004, December 19th, the riff was then played the next day at the same venue where it was swiftly followed by Apocalypse Please. It was also played on the following day at the same venue and a few more times during the 2005 North America Tour, as the opener track or before the last song of the set, Stockholm Syndrome.

The most significant difference between Muse's live cover and the Lightning Bolt original was the notably slower tempo that Muse played it.


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