Saturday, March 14, 2020

Muse - HAARP (Live) (2008)

Muse - HAARP (Live) (2008)

Tracklist front / back album covers

CD (HEL3007CD)
1. "Intro" ("Dance of the Knights", written by Sergei Prokofiev)   1:44
2. "Knights of Cydonia"   6:37
3. "Hysteria"   4:19
4. "Supermassive Black Hole"   4:01
5. "Map of the Problematique"   5:22
6. "Butterflies and Hurricanes"   5:56
7. "Invincible"   6:15
8. "Starlight"   4:13
9. "Time Is Running Out"   4:23
10. "New Born"   8:16
11. "Unintended"   4:36
12. "Micro Cuts"   3:47
13. "Stockholm Syndrome"   7:37
14. "Take a Bow"   4:42

Total length:   71:48

iTunes edition
15. "City of Delusion"   5:08

Total length:   76:56

DVD (HEL3007DVD)
1. "Intro"   1:50
2. "Knights of Cydonia"   6:29
3. "Hysteria"   4:11
4. "Supermassive Black Hole"   4:12
5. "Map of the Problematique"   5:08
6. "Butterflies and Hurricanes"   6:13
7. "Hoodoo"   3:32
8. "Apocalypse Please"   4:45
9. "Feeling Good"   3:46
10. "Invincible"   5:49
11. "Starlight"   4:14
12. "Improv."   0:52
13. "Time Is Running Out"   4:30
14. "New Born"   9:16
15. "Soldier's Poem"   2:19
16. "Unintended" 4:42
17. "Blackout"   5:02
18. "Plug in Baby"   4:27
19. "Stockholm Syndrome"   8:06
20. "Take a Bow"   5:24
21. "Closing credits" ("Blackout" instrumental)   4:36

Total length:   99:23

Notes
1. ^ "Knights of Cydonia" incorporates elements of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind", written by John Williams

2. ^ "Map of the Problematique" incorporates elements of "Maggie's Farm" as performed by Rage Against the Machine, originally written and performed by Bob Dylan

3. ^ "New Born" incorporates elements of "Microphone Fiend" as performed by Rage Against the Machine, originally written and performed by Eric B. & Rakim and containing elements of "School Boy Crush", written by Hamish Stuart, Steve Ferrone, Alan Gorrie, Roger Ball, Molly Duncan and Onnie McIntyre and originally performed by the Average White Band

4. ^ "Stockholm Syndrome" incorporates elements of "Township Rebellion" originally written and performed by Rage Against the Machine and "Endless, Nameless" written and performed by Nirvana, as well as a rudimentary version of the main riff of their future song "Psycho"

5. ^ An easter egg features on the DVD. If the 'Gallery' screen is displayed, the left button on the remote control can be clicked to highlight Dominic Howard's trousers. If the enter button is pressed whilst the trousers are highlighted, a screen will come up advertising the band's website.



Muse Band Members / Musicians

Matthew Bellamy – lead vocals, lead guitar, piano, production, mixing

Christopher Wolstenholme – bass, backing vocals, rhythm guitar on "Hoodoo", production, mixing

Dominic Howard – drums, backing vocals on "Supermassive Black Hole", synthesizer on "Take a Bow", production, mixing

Morgan Nicholls – keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals, cabasa on "Supermassive Black Hole", bass on "Hoodoo", glockenspiel on "Soldier's Poem"

Dan Newell – trumpet on "Knights of Cydonia" and "City of Delusion"

Rich Costey – mixing
Thomas Kirk – directing, editing, screen visuals
Tommaso Colliva – assistant mixing
Justin Gerrish – assistant mixing
Vlado Meller – mastering
Mark Santangelo – assistant mastering
Ben Curzon – artwork
Hans-Peter Van Velthoven – photography



HAARP is a live album and video by English rock band Muse, released on 17 March 2008 in the United Kingdom and 1 April 2008 in the United States.[2] The CD documents the band's performance at London's Wembley Stadium, as part of their Black Holes and Revelations Tour, on 16 June 2007, while the DVD contains 20 tracks from the performance on 17 June. The total number of audiences watching the band's shows on 16 and 17 June 2007 was 180,000 (150,000 seated and 30,000 standing). It was named the 40th greatest live album of all time by NME in 2010.

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