September 23, 2009 11:36

Muse score 16 global Number Ones with 'The Resistance'

Plus the band plan to release extra tickets for their arena tour

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Muse's have scored 16 Number Ones across the globe following the release of new album 'The Resistance'.

The band have topped the charts as far afield as Australia, Korea, Mexico, Switzerland, New Zealand and at at home in the UK, where they clocked up the biggest first week's sales of the year so far.

The album is Number Three in the US.

The group who embark on a UK arena tour with The Pig Pink in November, have also announced they will be releasing more tickets to the previously sold-out shows after production changes freed up more space.

The new tickets will go on sale on Friday (September 25). The dates are:

Sheffield Arena (November 4)
Liverpool Echo Arena (5)
Glasgow SECC (9)
Birmingham NIA (10)
London 02 Arena (12, 13)


To check the availability of Muse tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Meanwhile Muse are currently Number One in the following countries with 'The Resistance':

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Holland
Ireland
Italy
Korea
Mexico
Norway
New Zealand
Switzerland
UK



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