Muse H.A.A.R.P: Live from Wembley: It takes a certain sort of band to fill Wembley stadium, one unafraid to embrace scale, flirt with pomposity, and perform the odd grand gesture. Watching Muses live CD/DVD H.A.A.R.P--recorded over two nights in June 2007--youre left wondering if Wembley is quite big enough to hold them. From the grand opening, when Muse ascend from an underground chamber and walk down a central ramp flanked by men in yellow chemical splash suits to Matt Bellamys lengthy, florid turns at the grand piano, no opportunity is missed to make H.A.A.R.P seem anything less than a spectacle. Shot in high definition, the camera-work is as snappy and dynamic as any movie blockbuster, with special attention to the crowd, who are picked out with sometimes breathtaking detail. Fans may gripe over the tracklisting--the DVD has been edited down, meaning four tracks, including Bliss have been left on the cutting floor–-but casuals should be satisfied with the selection: theres the hits (Supermassive Black Hole, Knights of Cydonia) and on the DVD, a noble rendition of Nina Simones Feeling Good.