Hullabaloo Soundtrack

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Hullabaloo Soundtrack
Muse Hullabaloo CD.jpg
Compilation album / Live album by
Released1 July 2002
Recorded
  • March 1999 (1999-03) – October 2001 (2001-10) (disc one)
  • 28 and 29 October 2001 (disc two)
VenueLe Zénith (Paris) (disc two)
StudioVarious studios (disc one)
GenreAlternative rock
Length91:11
Label
Producer
John Cornfield (disc two)
Muse chronology
Origin of Symmetry
(2001)
Hullabaloo Soundtrack
(2002)
Absolution
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]
NME6/10[2]

Hullabaloo Soundtrack, also known as simply Hullabaloo, is a compilation and live album by English rock band Muse. The album is a double album with disc one containing previously released B-sides and disc two acting as the soundtrack to their live video Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris, which documented the band's performances at Le Zénith in Paris, France, on 28 and 29 October 2001. It was released alongside the live video on 1 July 2002 via Taste and Mushroom records.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks are written by Matthew Bellamy (except "What's He Building?").

Disc 1 (Selection of B-sides recorded between March 1999 & October 2001)
No.TitleOriginal releaseLength
1."Forced In""Uno" (1999)4:18
2."Shrinking Universe""New Born" (2001)3:06
3."Recess""Unintended" (2000)3:35
4."Yes Please""Sunburn" (2000)3:05
5."Map of Your Head""New Born" (2001)4:25
6."Nature_1""Plug In Baby" (2001)3:39
7."Shine Acoustic" (previously unreleased acoustic version of "Shine")"Hyper Music/Feeling Good" (2001) ("Shine")5:12
8."Ashamed""Sunburn" (2000)3:47
9."The Gallery""Bliss" (2001)3:30
10."Hyper Chondriac Music""Bliss" (2001)5:28
Disc 2 (Live at Le Zenith, Paris)
No.TitleOriginal releaseLength
0."What's He Building?" (Tom Waits)Mule Variations (1999)1:55
1."Dead Star""Dead Star/In Your World" (2002)4:11
2."Micro Cuts"Origin of Symmetry (2001)3:30
3."Citizen Erased"Origin of Symmetry (2001)7:21
4."Showbiz"Showbiz (1999)5:04
5."Megalomania"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:36
6."Dark Shines"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:36
7."Screenager"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:22
8."Space Dementia"Origin of Symmetry (2001)5:32
9."In Your World""Dead Star/In Your World" (2002)3:10
10."Muscle Museum"Showbiz (1999)4:29
11."Agitated""Uno" (1999)4:11
Disc 2 Japanese bonus track
No.TitleOriginal releaseLength
4."Sunburn"Showbiz (1999)4:28
Notes
  • A sample of Tom Waits's "What's He Building?" can be heard in disc two's pregap (length: 1:53). On later digital editions, the sample is placed at the beginning of track no. 1
  • The intro of Rachmaninov's 'Prelude in C Sharp Minor "The Bells of Moscow"' is played at the beginning of disc two's track no. 7.

Personnel[edit]

Charts and certifications[edit]

References[edit]

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