Pilton Worthy Farm 2004 (gig)

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Glastonbury 2004
End of Blackout
Bellamy and Howard jamming together after Stockholm Syndrome
Christopher Wolstenholme in the crowd after Stockholm Syndrome
Muse show
Venue Worthy Farm[source?] (Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts[1]—Pyramid Stage[1])
Date 27th June 2004[source?]
Location Pilton[source?]
Country United Kingdom
Songs 14[source?]
Support Unknown
Start (UTC+1) Unknown
Capacity Unknown
Price Unknown
Sold out? Unknown

One of Muse's biggest gigs of the Absolution tour, in which they headlined the Glastonbury Festival for the first time.

After Stockholm Syndrome, Dominic Howard's dad collapsed with a heart attack and died on-site. This was a very sad and hard time for the band.[1]

The show

Matthew Bellamy performed the Shuffle Dance during Time Is Running Out. During the end of Stockholm Syndrome the microphone on Howard's snare drum fell off—Bellamy pulled most of the drum-kit away. The stage was destroyed at the end of the gig.

At the end of Stockholm Syndrome Christopher Wolstenholme jumped into the crowd, playing the Execution Commentary riff from there before throwing his Pedulla RB5 back onto stage, and finally running it through the head of the bass drum.

At the end of Blackout when Matt puts his guitar on his head, you can see that his ring finger is bleeding.


Bellamy wore the 'lab coat'.


After Hysteria Bellamy "Thank you"
After New Born "Thank you very much"
Howard "How's it going Glastonbury"
Bellamy "Good to see ya, good to see ya ... good to be home".
After Apocalypse Please "Thank you very much"
After Ruled by Secrecy "Cheers".
After Sunburn Howard "Thank you".
After Butterflies & Hurricanes Bellamy "Thanks a lot".
After Plug In Baby "Thank you Glastonbury!"
Before Blackout "Thank you very much, thank you very much.... This next song is specifically designed for the use of lighters".
Before Stockholm Syndrome Howard "Thank you Glastonbury".
Bellamy "Thank you very much for staying out in all the mud and everything, this has been the best gig of our lives, thank you very much, this is our last song, this song is called Stockholm Syndrome".
After Stockholm Syndrome Howard "Thank you Glastonbury... you've been fucking amazing, cheers, take care and good night".


The full gig was broadcast in real-time on digital television and a recording of that is available on an online torrent. Bliss, Time Is Running Out, Plug In Baby, Blackout and Stockholm Syndrome were shown on BBC2. The Absolution Tour DVD does not include Citizen Erased nor Stockholm Syndrome. An audio rip can be found on Microcuts and on Muselive.com here[registration needed].


  1. Hysteria [watch]
    (Manson Bomber, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  2. New Born [watch]
    (Manson Delorean, black Pedulla RB5)
  3. Sing for Absolution [watch]
    (Manson Laser, Fender Jazz Bass)
  4. Muscle Museum [watch]
    (Manson Bomber, Candy Red/Satin Black Pedulla RB4)
  5. Citizen Erased + Take a Bow (instrumental) [watch]
    (Manson 7 String E Guitar, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4, Kawai MP9500)
  6. Apocalypse Please [watch]
    (Kawai MP9500, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  7. Ruled by Secrecy [watch]
    (Kawai MP950, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  8. Piano interlude + Sunburn (keyboard) [watch]
    (Kawai MP9500, black Pedulla RB5)
  9. Glastonbury riff + Butterflies & Hurricanes [watch]
    (Manson Delorean, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4, Kawai MP9500)
  10. Bliss [watch]
    (Manson Bomber, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  11. Heartbreaker riff + Time Is Running Out [watch]
    (Manson Delorean, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  12. Plug In Baby [watch]
    (Manson Delorean, candy red/satin black Pedulla RB4)
  13. Blackout [watch]
    (Manson Delorean, Kawai MP9500)
  14. Stockholm Syndrome + riff + Stockholm Syndrome outro (0305030) + Execution Commentary riff + Agitated riff [watch]
    (Manson Laser, black Pedulla Rapture RB5)


  1. a b c Glastonbury Tragedy for Muse (2004-06-29). Xfm online. Retrieved 2007-12-13 from www.xfm.co.uk. [verify]

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