37°
EXPIRED
H.A.A.R.P + DVD by Muse £5.98 Delivered with Amazon Prime [£7.22 without] or Make Order £14.94 for Free Delivery
H.A.A.R.P + DVD by Muse £5.98 Delivered with Amazon Prime [£7.22 without] or Make Order £14.94 for Free Delivery

H.A.A.R.P + DVD by Muse £5.98 Delivered with Amazon Prime [£7.22 without] or Make Order £14.94 for Free Delivery

Buy forBuy forBuy for£5.98
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
H.A.A.R.P + DVD by Muse £5.98 Delivered with Amazon Prime [£7.22 without] or Make Order £14.94 for Free Delivery

Description
This first full live album (discounting 2002's part-studio 'Hullabaloo') from the epic Devonshire prog rockers is the follow-up to 2006's hugely successful studio set 'Black HolesAnd Revelations'. Recorded at their massive Wembley Stadiumshows in June 2007, this CD/DVD package captures the band, who have always been renowned for their live work, in blistering form. The title, too, becomes Muse's reputation - HAARPis the US military's High-frequency Active Auroral ResearchProgram, which has long been a bete noire of conspiracy theorists everywhere.

4 Comments

Original Poster

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41LZHQcVblL._SS400_.jpg

Track Listings

Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Knights of Cydonia
3. Hysteria
4. Supermassive Black Hole
5. Map of the Problematique
6. Butterflies and Hurricanes
7. Invincible
8. Starlight
9. Time is running out
10. New born
11. Unintended
12. Microcuts
13. Stockholm Syndrome
14. Take A Bow

Disc: 2
1. Intro
2. Knights of Cydonia
3. Hysteria
4. Supermassive Black Hole
5. Map of the Problematique
6. Butterflies and Hurricanes
7. Hoodoo
8. Apocalypse
9. Feeling good
10. Invincible
11. Starlight
12. Improv
13. Time is running out
14. New born
15. Soldiers Poem
16. Unintended
17. Blackout
18. Plug In Baby
19. Stockholm Syndrome
20. Take A Bow

This album is frightening loud. I find it so distorted I can't listen to it.
I think Hullabaloo is fantastic though.

MBeeching;3151990

This album is frightening loud. I find it so distorted I can't listen to … This album is frightening loud. I find it so distorted I can't listen to it.I think Hullabaloo is fantastic though.



yup, i don't buy many CDs now, but read it in the papers en.wikipedia.org/wik…war

AugQX;3152117

yup, i don't buy many CDs now, but read it in the papers … yup, i don't buy many CDs now, but read it in the papers http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loudness_war



Yeah, it's an irritating trait of many discs these days. The latest Metallica album is a high profile culprit of the moment.

Edit: I just spotted the wiki listing near the bottom of the article and would agree those albums are painful to listen to (despite preferences for/against particular material).
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text