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The band played a 95 minute set on their official return to the live arena. Mistakes were made. The megaphone didn't work on [[Feeling Good (song) | Feeling Good]], the band messed up the ending of [[Stockholm Syndrome (song) | Stockholm Syndrome]] and [[Matthew Bellamy]] messed up the beginning of [[New Born (song) | New Born]]. A new white stage setting with 5 screens debuted at this show.
 
The band played a 95 minute set on their official return to the live arena. Mistakes were made. The megaphone didn't work on [[Feeling Good (song) | Feeling Good]], the band messed up the ending of [[Stockholm Syndrome (song) | Stockholm Syndrome]] and [[Matthew Bellamy]] messed up the beginning of [[New Born (song) | New Born]]. A new white stage setting with 5 screens debuted at this show.
  
This show marked the first play of [[Soldier's Poem (song) | Soldier's Poem]], on the keyboard.
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This show marked the first play of [[Soldier's Poem (song) | Soldier's Poem]] on the piano.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:57, 13 June 2010

Muse show
Venue Unknown
Date 24th June 2006[source?]
Location Neuhausen ob Eck, BW[source?]
Country Germany
Songs 17[source?]
Support Wir Sind Helden[source?]
Start Unknown
Capacity 40,000[source?]
Price (EUR) 89.00 (3 days)[source?]
Sold out? Yes[source?]


Information

The band played a 95 minute set on their official return to the live arena. Mistakes were made. The megaphone didn't work on Feeling Good, the band messed up the ending of Stockholm Syndrome and Matthew Bellamy messed up the beginning of New Born. A new white stage setting with 5 screens debuted at this show.

This show marked the first play of Soldier's Poem on the piano.

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