The band played the set of b-sides and rarities supported by the full cast of characters from "Panic Station" music video on stage.
Posted on Aug 14, 2013 02:18 pm
Muse played a tiny gig in Tokyo yesterday (August 13), performing the set of b-sides and rarities, completed with a few the songs from two latest albums, "The Resistance" and "The 2nd Law," as well as the band's smash hits and the classics from "Origin of Symmetry" and "Absolution." You can see the setlist below.
The show was called "the most bizarre Muse gig so far" mostly because of setlist, but also because of on-stage appearance of the full cast of characters and monsters from the band's "Panic Station" music video.
The band's media manager Tom Kirk later said via his Twitter that the show will be made into a film. "Myself and @qualtrough filmed the whole thing. #JapaneseRelease," he tweeted.
You can watch photos and videos from the show below.
The band's setlist was:
02. Dead Star
03. Micro Cuts
06. Liquid State
07. Hyper Music
08. New Born
09. Yes Please
11. Time Is Running Out
12. Plug in Baby
What's He Building? (Tom Waits soundtrack intro)
13. Panic Station
14. Supermassive Black Hole
15. Can't Take My Eyes Off You (Frankie Valli cover)