quote Mister MacPhistoHey, the setlist was fairly standard, I think, so seeing Citizen Erased again was always going to be the particular highlight for me, but to be honest, in terms of overall performance, it's probably the best I've ever seen them play. All the instruments and vocals sounded fantastic, the old energy was still there, and it just generally sounded really tight. I think in some of the more recent tours, they've got a bit carried away with elaborate stage set ups, and some of the theatrics, and while that's all very well, it's so much more satisfying to see them just put on a great show as the band on their own. There was still a big screen and lighting set up, but they seemed more free to play and move around than some of the previous times I'd seen them. I could probably pick out a few songs that sounded better than ever at Wembley last time I saw them, but in general, a lot of them are much improved compared to five or six years ago, in my opinion, so even songs that I hadn't really been too bothered about hearing again, I was able to really enjoy. Psycho is also a cracking live opener, even though I've ignored it as an album song up to now. Would have liked to hear Stockholm Syndrome again, or maybe The Handler from the new album, but I think as it was the first time they'd played here, they were trying to get a lot of the popular crowd favourites in, I guess. I'd expect the setlists to be a bit more mixed up on the 2016 tour anyway, but either way, I had a great time, and they sounded really good overall. It's nice to be impressed again, when you're not necessarily expecting to be. They said they hoped to come back again so fingers crossed for that.Saeglopur, great to hear you had a good time and that the show was so good.
Any other standouts from the set? Or anything that you thought was better this time around?
quote Mister MacPhistoLorx
Your three top Muse albums.
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