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Revision as of 21:46, 22 February 2018

Muse song
Name Interlude
Album/single Absolution (7)
Length 0:37
Alternative titles -
First live performance 4th September 2009
Latest live performance 18st December 2017
Recorded Grouse Lodge, 2002–2003
Writer/composer Matthew Bellamy
Producer Rich Costey


Description

Distorted instrumental interlude between Falling Away with You and Hysteria. The interlude samples the chord progression of the popular piece 'Adagio for Strings', by American composer Samuel Barber, on guitar with an extremely heavy fuzz effect.

It bears similarity to King Crimson's "In the court of the Crimson King".

It saw its live debut during The Resistance tour in 2009 and has been played as an intro to Hysteria regularly ever since.


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