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The Rock-itt : February 2010
promoting their latest and fifth album The Resistance as well as playing their familiar big songs with a blistering visual light, video, laser and smoke show. Their performance was one of perfection and incredible musicianship with such wide influences of music ranging from alternative/progressive to symphonic rock (with classical influences) that sets this band apart from any in the world. The band tells us that the BDO set up (which was visually incredible) was a much scaled down stage show and they will be back later in 2010 with their complete rig and crew. Highlights of the night were their latest singles Uprising and Undisclosed Desires, and crowd favourites Knights Of Cydonia, Starlight and Time is Running out. A Standout performance of United States of Eurasia showcasing the bands classical and anthemic influences and well as Matt's pianism, as was a collaboration with Jet's singer Nic Cester delivering a killing vocal performance playing AC/DC's Back in Black. According to Muse singer/songwriter/guitarist Matthew Bellamy "It was great running around the stage not having to sing and playing one of the greatest rock'n'roll riffs of all time! To conclude the night an explosive firework display celebrated the BDO's 99th show. I took over 800 photos and a large selection of photos can be viewed at www.myspace.com/davetozerpho tos