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| Name = Popcorn
 
| Name = Popcorn
| Album = -
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| Album = [[Resistance (single)|Resistance]] <small>vinyl (2)</small>
| Length = ''Unknown''
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| Length = 2:25
 
| AltTitles = -
 
| AltTitles = -
 
| First = [[Teignmouth Den 2009 - 4th (gig)|4<sup>th</sup> September 2009]]
 
| First = [[Teignmouth Den 2009 - 4th (gig)|4<sup>th</sup> September 2009]]
| Latest = -
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| Latest = [[Paris Air Productions studios 2009 (gig)|9<sup>th</sup> September 2009]]
| Recorded = -
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| Recorded = [[Studio Bellini]], Lake Como and Milan, Italy, 2009
 
| Writer = Gershon Kingsley
 
| Writer = Gershon Kingsley
| Producer = -
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| Producer = Muse
 
| Chart position = -
 
| Chart position = -
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| Cover = 1
 
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==Description==
 
==Description==
A live cover of the synthpop song that became popular in the 1970s when it was covered by Hot Butter, first played by Muse at the Seaside Rendezvous concerts in September 2009 as it reminded of them of a rollerdisco they once attended in [[Teignmouth]].
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A live cover of the synthpop song originally composed by Gershon Kingsley that became popular in the 1970s when it was covered by Hot Butter, first played by Muse at the Seaside Rendezvous concerts in September 2009 as it reminded of them of a rollerdisco they once attended in [[Teignmouth]]. Muse performed at the French show [[Paris Air Productions studios 2009 (gig)|Taratata]]. Muse were interviewed after playing their cover of Popcorn and Bellamy claimed that he 'Thought he would play something especially for them'.
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This song was released as a b-side on the [[Resistance (single)|Resistance]] single, but on the [[Official Muse website|muse.mu]] limited edition vinyl and digital B-side bundle only.
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==Live==
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Popcorn was rarely performed and was only played at the first five gigs of The Resistance tour. It was likely performed only for the Seaside Rendezvous gigs and then the following three gigs as some sort of treat to fans at the kickoff of the tour. The likelihood of Popcorn making a return to setlists is very low because of this as well as its status as a b-side. It was the last b-side to be performed live and the only one from The Resistance era to be performed.
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[[Popcorn (live) | More here]]
  
 
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[[Category:B Sides |Popcorn]]
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Revision as of 11:33, 16 August 2018

Muse song
Name Popcorn
Album/single Resistance vinyl (2)
Length 2:25
Alternative titles -
First live performance 4th September 2009
Latest live performance 9th September 2009
Recorded Studio Bellini, Lake Como and Milan, Italy, 2009
Writer/composer Gershon Kingsley
Producer Muse

<flashmp3>http://www.musewiki.org/images/Popcorn.mp3%7Crightbg=0xDDEEFF%7Cleftbg=0xDDEEFF%7Cbg=0xFFFFFF</flashmp3>

Description

A live cover of the synthpop song originally composed by Gershon Kingsley that became popular in the 1970s when it was covered by Hot Butter, first played by Muse at the Seaside Rendezvous concerts in September 2009 as it reminded of them of a rollerdisco they once attended in Teignmouth. Muse performed at the French show Taratata. Muse were interviewed after playing their cover of Popcorn and Bellamy claimed that he 'Thought he would play something especially for them'.

This song was released as a b-side on the Resistance single, but on the muse.mu limited edition vinyl and digital B-side bundle only.

Live

Popcorn was rarely performed and was only played at the first five gigs of The Resistance tour. It was likely performed only for the Seaside Rendezvous gigs and then the following three gigs as some sort of treat to fans at the kickoff of the tour. The likelihood of Popcorn making a return to setlists is very low because of this as well as its status as a b-side. It was the last b-side to be performed live and the only one from The Resistance era to be performed.

More here

Back to Songs