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Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 15:30:32 »
La entrevista estaba en italiano como es lógico; lo que yo os dejo aquí es la traducción al inglés.

No os pongo los scans porque no tienen nada de interesante, pero los podéis ver en el enlace que os dejo al final.



“Fifty thousand tickets sold three months before the gig? We’re going to fill San Siro up then…” The news of the high number of tickets sold in the presale for the Italian show reaches Matt Bellamy in a dreary Paris, grey light typical of the darkest winter days. The day started well, and Muse’s singer allows himself a big smile. “See? I’m not as sad, shady and lonesome as I’ve been described in the years.” He adds merrily.

His mood is promptly ruined by a waiter of the hotel near place Vendome he’s staying at: “Excuse me, this table is booked. Do you mind moving the interview to another room?” Ice fills the room. Bellamy gets up, his eyes search around for the band manager, then he nervously slips into another hall. He sits at a table, fiddles around with the iPod of the interviewer for a few minutes and eventually speaks again.

Shutting him up this time is a pneumatic drill, deafening us from the floor above us. Crossroads time: will he get up and leave, or will he skate over it, holding on to his British phlegm?

Luckily, the latter option has the upper hand. “How nice. It’s not bothering me at all, it’s got a solid, potent sound, I should suggest something like this to my drummer, really.” He laughs. We’re over the hump, and a nice cup of hot coffee wipes away any residual anger.

“I’ve only been to one concert at the La Scala of football*; Ligabue. I didn’t know any of his songs; I just went to take my Italian girlfriend, keep her some company. I didn’t get any of the lyrics, but there’s one bit that got stuck in my head. It went something along the lines of ‘Lembrusc and popcooorn’.”

Despite being the leader of one of the most popular bands in the world, Bellamy maintains an obstinate low profile, almost as if a part of him refused the fame that has overwhelmed Muse.

“The couple of days that followed the release of The Resistance changed my life forever. In that week I realised this was simply something that was impossible to ignore. ‘You’re number one in Italy, UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.’ Two days later, another call. ‘Number one in Germany, France and Spain too; number three in the US, 128’000 copies sold in five days.’ Not to mention the public praising coming from people like Brian May, Queen’s guitarist.”

In short, a planetary explosion that defeated for good every resistance the trio had about growing up. “When it’s on global scale, success is like this powerful thunder- it deafens you, makes you dizzy, it changes your perception of the world; and sometimes, it can turn someone smart into a complete idiot. It hasn’t happened to me because after I’ve realised what was happening I started to look for shadows in that sea of blinding lights. It’s not a matter of cosmic pessimism. I’ve always believed that in life there are some balances that need to be preserved at all costs. When your career goes too fast and gives you things and gratifications you wouldn’t have thought possible to achieve the week before, you shouldn’t let your guard down. It means you’re about to pay your bills, it means that life, after giving you a lot, is going to take something back.”

Prophetic words with no hints to real life? “Unfortunately it’s all very real. The moment I reached my highest professionally I was left by the woman I love. She’s an Italian girl who lives in the area of Lake Como, where I bought a house to be with her.” Her, a psychology student; him, a rock star rising at a dizzily pace: they met in Milan seven/eight years ago and have been in love since. A love full of bicycle rides, fishing trips around the lake and episodes of Lost watched on the sofa.

“To have your heart in pieces while every other aspect of your life couldn’t go better is a traumatic experience. In appearance, life is fine. But as you put your day in focus, everything turns grey. What happened made me realise that complete, absolute happiness doesn’t exist. She has left me, but I’m not giving up. I will do anything I’m capable of to win her back.” He says it all in one go, no pauses, voice slightly choked. “I’m going to try everything.” He insists to gather up some courage, looking at nowhere.

To snap him out of it it’s enough to mention the magic word: Simona Ventura. A name that in Matt’s head conjures up an episode that had consequences that went beyond any prediction. “Our visit to Quelli che il calcio… proves that during live shows the smallest thing can turn into an avalanche. When we got to the studios we were told we had to mime. We thought we could at least keep the vocals live, but that wasn’t possible either. So, since we basically only had to stand there and mock ourselves, we thought we’d jazz it up a little bit, and decided to switch roles. In UK it’s a bit of a tradition when you’re forced to mime. I went to sit behind the drum kit and Dom walked up to the microphone, as I would have done. As the song was over we thought the joke would be over too.”

But all of a sudden things took a slightly different road. “The host jumped on Dom as if he was actually the frontman of the band, and started showering him with questions. He was quick on the uptake and went along with it, turning the whole thing into a rather surreal scene. She was talking to him thinking he was me, and he answered all the questions without giving himself away once, even when she asked him to compare my house to George Clooney’s. It was brilliant. In the UK people went crazy about it, and the video was viewed around 500 thousand times on YouTube.”

“The funny thing is” Dom remembers “that I had to learn the words by heart a few minutes before the show. To mix it some more I grabbed Chris’ bass. So as well as singing badly, I pressed the chords at random because I have no clue how to play bass.”

The tension is long gone: awkward waiters and pneumatic drills are forgotten, and Matt is contriving again. “If you want to know just how strong our relationship with Radiohead is, ask Dom here. He’s on splendid terms with Thom Yorke.”

Nice cue, except that… “Splendid terms my arse.” Says the drummer, astonished. “I respect them musically, but the last time I met him we almost started a fight; he treated me badly, looking down on me. Matt, do you spread around this bollocks?”

But Matthew is gone. He’s already sitting in another room, stifling a laugh.



MMB
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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #1 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 15:32:37 »
Gracias, voy a ponerme a leerla con tranquilidad que mi inglés está un poco olvidado.

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #2 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 16:00:54 »
(...) “Unfortunately it’s all very real. The moment I reached my highest professionally I was left by the woman I love. She’s an Italian girl who lives in the area of Lake Como, where I bought a house to be with her.” Her, a psychology student; him, a rock star rising at a dizzily pace: they met in Milan seven/eight years ago and have been in love since. A love full of bicycle rides, fishing trips around the lake and episodes of Lost watched on the sofa.

“To have your heart in pieces while every other aspect of your life couldn’t go better is a traumatic experience. In appearance, life is fine. But as you put your day in focus, everything turns grey. What happened made me realise that complete, absolute happiness doesn’t exist. She has left me, but I’m not giving up. I will do anything I’m capable of to win her back.” He says it all in one go, no pauses, voice slightly choked. “I’m going to try everything.” He insists to gather up some courage, looking at nowhere.
(...)

Me ha dejado sin palabras... :(

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #3 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 16:09:51 »
“Unfortunately it’s all very real. The moment I reached my highest professionally I was left by the woman I love. She’s an Italian girl who lives in the area of Lake Como, where I bought a house to be with her.” Her, a psychology student; him, a rock star rising at a dizzily pace: they met in Milan seven/eight years ago and have been in love since. A love full of bicycle rides, fishing trips around the lake and episodes of Lost watched on the sofa.

“To have your heart in pieces while every other aspect of your life couldn’t go better is a traumatic experience. In appearance, life is fine. But as you put your day in focus, everything turns grey. What happened made me realise that complete, absolute happiness doesn’t exist. She has left me, but I’m not giving up. I will do anything I’m capable of to win her back.” He says it all in one go, no pauses, voice slightly choked. “I’m going to try everything.” He insists to gather up some courage, looking at nowhere.
Me ha dejado sin palabras... :(

Es que es fucking epic.  :sad:

 Vamos, yo soy la tía, y sólo con leer eso me lanzo a sus brazos xD

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #4 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 16:28:38 »
Vaya por dios... que penita me da  :( Ya me gustaría que hicieran eso por mi, esta mujer no sabe lo que tiene  :sleep:


Eh, y lo de que dom casi se pelea con Thom Yorke?? Pero que ha pasao?  :huh:
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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #5 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 16:54:08 »
Que entrevista más raruzca... Pobre Matt, Italiana cruel xD

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #6 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 17:59:30 »
“Splendid terms my arse.”   :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
dios, lo que me he reido con la respuesta de Dom xD bueno, basicamente me he reido con dom porque anda que aprenderse la letra de uprising 5 minutos antes de la actuacion... no era matt el que no sabia sus propias canciones?  :huh:

de todas formas, que penica me ha dado matt con el corazon roto  :sad:

Eh, y lo de que dom casi se pelea con Thom Yorke?? Pero que ha pasao?  :huh:

eso eso, que paso??? le miro mal a dom? jajaja es que ha sido muy bestial ese relato xD

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #7 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 18:11:11 »
(...) “Unfortunately it’s all very real. The moment I reached my highest professionally I was left by the woman I love. She’s an Italian girl who lives in the area of Lake Como, where I bought a house to be with her.” Her, a psychology student; him, a rock star rising at a dizzily pace: they met in Milan seven/eight years ago and have been in love since. A love full of bicycle rides, fishing trips around the lake and episodes of Lost watched on the sofa.

“To have your heart in pieces while every other aspect of your life couldn’t go better is a traumatic experience. In appearance, life is fine. But as you put your day in focus, everything turns grey. What happened made me realise that complete, absolute happiness doesn’t exist. She has left me, but I’m not giving up. I will do anything I’m capable of to win her back.” He says it all in one go, no pauses, voice slightly choked. “I’m going to try everything.” He insists to gather up some courage, looking at nowhere.
(...)   :eek


Que envidia me da la condenada  :( Ojala Matt se de cuenta que ella no es para el  xD

Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #8 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 19:16:10 »

The moment I reached my highest professionally I was left by the woman I love.

:sad: ainsss pobrecito

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #9 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 20:32:18 »
Diiiish, no, qué triste es ese párrafo  :( :( Pobre Matt, realmente lo está pasando muy mal, pero la verdad esque no había dicho gran cosa hasta ahora sobre lo de Gaia  :unsure:
La chica esa entonces es tonta porque no se da cuenta de que tiene a Matt detrás suyo... ¡o es una perrona de tres al cuarto!

En fin, voy a ver si consigo leer el resto de la entrevista  :)

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #10 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 21:07:02 »
Vamos a ver, dejad de cargar contra ella porque ninguno de nosotros sabemos que ha pasado ahí, a lo mejor cualquiera de vosotras en su lugar habría hecho lo mismo en lo que quiera que fuera lo que la impulsara a dejar la relación. Sí, da penica leerle decir esas cosas pero no juzguemos sin conocimiento. Coñe.

Por qué no especuláis sobre lo que pudo pasar entre Thom y Dom, que al menos tiene más gracia. “Splendid terms my arse.” :lol:

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #11 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 21:10:06 »
Y a todo esto esta entrevista fue ya hace mucho no? cuando recién sacaron The Resistance?

Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #12 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 21:19:38 »

Bueno, a mi me da mucha pena lo de Matt, lo tuvo que pasar muy mal  :sleep:
Por qué no especuláis sobre lo que pudo pasar entre Thom y Dom, que al menos tiene más gracia. “Splendid terms my arse.” :lol:
eso me pregunto yo,  a saber que pasaría,  si casi se pegan y todo  xD

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #13 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 21:20:05 »
Y a todo esto esta entrevista fue ya hace mucho no? cuando recién sacaron The Resistance?

Las primeras fechas de estadios se anunciaron a finales de año y ellos ya hablan de lo bien que va la venta de entradas para el concierto que van a dar en el San Siro, así que... calcula :lol:

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Re: Entrevista revista Panorama (Italia)
« Respuesta #14 en: ſáb, 13 de Mar del 2010, a las 21:32:18 »
A mi me encantaría ver el momento Dom-Yorke A saber qué pudo pasar ahi xD

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