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Watch: Entire Muse Performance From iTunes Festival

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 1, 2012

What Aussie fans could potentially be waiting 1-2 years for is currently taking place at various locations around the world: a Muse tour.

Currently gigging around the place in support of their very fresh-from-the-print release The 2nd Law, Muse stopped by to perform at iTunes Festival. They are such good dudes that they’ve put their entire set up for streaming for all those who, like us, are missing out.

The album seemed to have created a rift between Muse fans. Some see it as a pretentious wank, others see it as the evolution of their sound, but it’s safe to say that the overwhelming majority of people are feelin’ it.

Check out the stream and the tracklist below. If you shut your eyes real tight and squeeze, it might feel like you’re actually there.

The setlist is as follows:

1. Supremacy
2. Map of the Problematique
3. Panic Station
4. Resistance
5. Supermassive Black Hole
6. Animals
7. Time is Running Out
8. Save Me
9. Madness
10. Uprising
11. Follow Me
12. Plug In Baby
13. Knights of Cydonia
Encore:
14. New Born
15. Starlight
16. Survival

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