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Muse seek inspiration from Nirvana for tour documentary
Chris Wolstenholme, the bass guitar player in Muse, has said his band will be hoping to draw inspiration from Nirvana when it comes to the making of their new tour documentary.
Speaking to the Triple J radio station in Australia, Wostenholme stated that Nirvana's Live! Tonight! Sold Out! is one of the best examples of a good touring documentary.
The bass guitar player added that Muse wanted to emulate the film's diverse topics rather than just filming one of their gigs.
Wostlenholme explained what was contained in the Nirvana film "just life on the road and what it's like, with obviously a bit of music here and there, and other loads of other random stuff as well."
Last year, the bass guitar player told the Telegraph that the band's ambition was to become the most successful group in the world.
The group's last album, Resistance, topped the chart in 20 countries.Posted on 27 Jan 2010 14:29 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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