Muse Wembley Live DVD – See The Trailer Here

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Muse have released a 90 second trailer for their forthcoming double-disc CD/DVD live package recorded at Wembley last Summer.

The live package entitled ‘H.A.A.R.P.’ documents their two-night stand, at London’s Wembley Stadium last June, when they became the first British band to play the mammoth venue.

The double-disc package contains a live CD recorded on June 16, while the live DVD features the band’s second night on stage.

Extras on ‘HAARP’ are likely to include behind-the-scenes footage and a photo gallery.

‘H.A.A.R.P’ is released on March 17.

Click here to see the trailer for H.A.A.R.P

The DVD tracklisting will be:

‘Knights Of Cydonia’
‘Hysteria’
‘Supermassive Black Hole’
‘Map Of The Problematique’
‘Butterflies And Hurricanes’
‘Hoodoo’
‘Apocalypse Please’
‘Feeling Good’
‘Invincible’
‘Starlight’
‘Time Is Running Out’
‘New Born’
‘Soldier’s Poem’
‘Unintended’
‘Blackout’
‘Plug In Baby’
‘Stockholm Syndrome’
‘Take A Bow’


The CD tracklisting is:

‘Knights Of Cydonia’
‘Hysteria’
‘Supermassive Black Hole’
‘Map Of The Problematique’
‘Butterflies’
‘Invincible’
‘Starlight’
‘Time Is Running Out’
‘New Born’
‘Unintended’
‘Microcuts’
‘Stockholm Syndrome’
‘Take A Bow’


You can check out Uncut’s original review of the band’s live Wembley weekend by clicking here.

Pic credit: PA Photos

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