15 Songs, 1 Hour 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Parental Advisory Explicit Content Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
433 Ratings

433 Ratings

The22ndNight ,

Eargasm

An incredible hour of music. A journey through 40 years of music that will leave you breathless at its climax. Every song is good, approachable, and intelligently written. Muse have really really stepped up the whole game and now there is alot of catching up to do. Safely their best and most mature work to date. Where can they go from here? Im thinking upwards....and into outer space by the sounds of it! Excellent stuff

Dazw1983 ,

A new muse that we all know

This is certainly a muse album, but you can hear bands like inxs, radiohead, queen, rage against the machine and dare I say it U2. They are all bettered on this album. Supremacy and panic station are just cool.

This album may not have the sing alongs of previous outings but it is an album and I believe most of the songs will cross over live perfectly.

It is a very clean album with heavy deliberate riffs, like supremacy, liquid state and survival, that fulfill all live demands and then the songs of pure melody, like madness and explorers, all allow you to hear how each song has been written and not just jammed out.

I do not think any "twilighters" will like this album, it's muse back at their best writing about the end of the world.

Eli Wallach ,

Now That's What I Call The Band I Used To Call Muse

1. Bond
2. U2
3. Scissor Sisters
4. ITV
5. Queen
6. Skrillex
7. Radiohead (again)
8. Muse circa 2002
9. U2
10. Digitalism
11. Pendulum
12. Muse/Skrillex
13. Mike Oldfield

Over toured, over worked, over played...UNSUSTAINABLE! BOOM...

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