Hullabaloo Soundtrack

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Hullabaloo Soundtrack
Muse Hullabaloo CD.jpg
Soundtrack album to Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris 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, France) (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
AllMusic4/5 stars[1]
NME6/10[2]

Hullabaloo Soundtrack, also known as Hullabaloo, is a compilation album by English rock band Muse and the soundtrack to their live video album Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris, both released on 1 July 2002 on Mushroom Taste Records. The album comprises one disc of previously released B-sides and a second disc of live recordings from the band's performances at Le Zénith in Paris, France on 28 and 29 October 2001. "Forced In" is an edited version of the song released on the "Uno" single and "Shine" is an acoustic version of the song released on the "Hyper Music" single. The acoustic version was previously unreleased.

Track listing[edit]

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

Disc 1
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" (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
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
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.

Japanese release track listing[edit]

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

Disc one (Selection of B-sides recorded between March 1999 & October 2001)
No.TitleOriginal releaseLength
1."Shrinking Universe""New Born" (2001)3:06
2."Recess""Unintended" (2000)3:35
3."Yes Please""Sunburn" (1999)3:05
4."Map of Your Head""New Born" (2001)4:25
5."Nature_1""Plug In Baby" (2001)3:39
6."Shine Acoustic" (acoustic version of "Shine")"Hyper Music/Feeling Good" (2001) ("Shine")5:12
7."Jimmy Kane""Uno" (1999)3:28
8."Ashamed""Sunburn" (2000)3:47
9."The Gallery""Bliss" (2001)3:30
10."Hyper Chondriac Music""Bliss" (2001)5:28
Disc two (Live)
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."Sunburn"Showbiz (1999)4:28
5."Showbiz"Showbiz (1999)5:04
6."Megalomania"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:36
7."Dark Shines"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:36
8."Screenager"Origin of Symmetry (2001)4:22
9."Space Dementia"Origin of Symmetry (2001)5:32
10."In Your World""Dead Star/In Your World" (2002)3:10
11."Muscle Museum"Showbiz (1999)4:29
12."Agitated""Uno" (1999)4:11

Personnel[edit]

Charts and certifications[edit]

References[edit]

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