Saturday, March 14, 2020

Muse - Live at Rome Olympic Stadium (Live) (2013)

Muse - Live at Rome Olympic Stadium (Live) (2013)

Tracklist front / back album covers

CD
1. "Supremacy"   5:14
2. "Panic Station"   3:12
3. "Resistance"   5:32
4. "Hysteria"   5:06
5. "Animals"   4:21
6. "Knights of Cydonia"   8:19
7. "Explorers"   5:54
8. "Follow Me"   3:52
9. "Madness"   4:37
10. "Guiding Light"   4:18
11. "Supermassive Black Hole"   4:05
12. "Uprising"   5:35
13. "Starlight"   4:27

Total length:   64:32

DVD / Blu-ray / 4K
1. "Intro"   1:11
2. "Supremacy"   5:21
3. "Panic Station"   3:17
4. "Plug in Baby"   4:27
5. "Resistance"   5:35
6. "Animals"   4:33
7. "Knights of Cydonia"   8:58
8. "Explorers"   5:54
9. "Hysteria"   5:21
10. "Feeling Good"   3:44
11. "Follow Me"   4:02
12. "Madness"   4:48
13. "Time Is Running Out"   4:40
14. "Guiding Light"   4:26
15. "Undisclosed Desires"   4:10
16. "Supermassive Black Hole"   4:15
17. "Survival"   4:49
18. "The 2nd Law: Isolated System"   2:26
19. "Uprising"   5:43
20. "Starlight"   5:10
21. "Closing credits" ("The 2nd Law: Unsustainable")   2:44

Total length:   95:45

Extras
1. "Stockholm Syndrome" (Las Vegas)   8:36
2. "The 2nd Law: Unsustainable" (Las Vegas)   4:25
3. "Liquid State" (Dallas)   3:23
4. "The Road" (The Film)   4:47

Total length:   21:11

Notes
1. ^ "Hysteria" is preceded by "Interlude" from Absolution (2003).

2. ^ "Knights of Cydonia" is preceded by "Man with a Harmonica", written by Ennio Morricone, and used as an intro.


 
Muse Band Members / Musicians

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

Christopher Wolstenholme – bass, backing vocals, rhythm guitar, lead vocals on "Liquid State", production, mixing

Dominic Howard – drums, backing vocals on "Supermassive Black Hole", production, mixing

Morgan Nicholls – keyboards, synthesizers, backing vocals, cabasa on "Supermassive Black Hole", other assorted percussion, electronics, guitar on "Madness" and "Starlight"

Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
Chris Vaughan – Production Manager
Tommaso Colliva – recording
Matt Askem – directing
Tim Woolcott – editing
Thomas Kirk – screen visuals
Ted Jensen – mastering
Hans-Peter Van Velthoven – artwork, photography



Live at Rome Olympic Stadium is a live album and video by English rock band Muse, which was released on 29 November 2013 in CD/DVD formats. On 5 November 2013, the film received theatrical screenings in 20 cities worldwide, and the next day it was screened for one night only in 40 other territories. The album contains the band's performance at Rome's Stadio Olimpico on 6 July 2013, in front of a crowd of 60,963 people. The concert was a part of The Unsustainable Tour, which is a moniker for the band's summer 2013 European leg of The 2nd Law World Tour.

The cameras which brought the concert to screen were sixteen Sony PMW-F55 CineAlta 4K cameras, and with a variety of cinema lenses, including 5 Angenieux 24/290s, an Elite 120/520, a number of Optimo 14/52's and with Fujinon 19–90 Cabrio and 85–300 Cabrio. Furthermore, a crane, a Towercam, various hotheads and a Spidercam were used. All images were recorded in HD and 4K on three terabyte hard drives. Alongside video, 120 lines of multi-track audio were recorded, all redundant. The result of all of this was 4 sets with material, 2 main sets and 2 back-up sets.

The show was directed by Matt Askem (with whom the band worked on two previous videos, Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris and HAARP), and produced by Serpent Productions.

Additional songs that were performed on the night but omitted on the album were; "Map of the Problematique", "Dracula Mountain", "Liquid State", "Stockholm Syndrome", "Unintended" and "Blackout". In addition, "The 2nd Law: Isolated System" was shortened on the release.

The album was released on 29 November 2013 in the CD/DVD and CD/Blu-ray formats.

The 4K format was screened in theatres in 20 cities worldwide on 5 November 2013, and in 40 other territories the next day. The film was screened in the US and Canada on 6 November 2013, in Europe, UK, Australia and Japan on 7 November 2013, on 12 November 2013 in Austria, Germany, Italy and Spain, 19 November 2013 in Poland, and 22–24 November 2013 in Indonesia.

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