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Black Holes and Revelations


$16.00 Released July, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Appeals to a wide range of tastes. Good variety of tones from angelic to funky bass driven. Few songs sound the same, almost like listening to several bands.

The Cons:Lack of technical flair in the musical performances. Lyrics could be considered self-indulgent and corny.

In 2004 a favourite UK band, Muse, emerged on the US music scene. Although the music wasn't for everyone, no one could deny the talented musicians were onto something with their array of instruments and strong vocals.

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Their latest album is powerful and upbeat, incorporating electronica, pop, and hard rock.

1. Take A Bow
2. Starlight
3. Supermassive Black Hole
4. Map Of The Problematique
5. Soldier's Poem
6. Invincible
7. Assassin
8. Exo-Politics
9. City Of Delusion
10. Hoodoo
11. Knights Of Cydonia

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    appeals to a wide range of tastes

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    good variety of tones from angelic to funky bass driven

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    few songs sound the same, almost like listening to several bands

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    appropriate follow-up album to Absolution

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    ideal music for fans of Queen

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    lack of technical flair in the musical performances

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    lyrics could be considered self-indulgent and corny

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Special K
Special K: #black_holes_and_revelations Muse is one of my favorite bands of all time, with some of the craziest sounds and vocals you will ever hear. Singer Matthew Bellamy can change from a soothing, operatic ballad, to a full out vocal assault with the finesse of a balerina, and the fury of an atomic blast. The drums and bass provide one of the best driving forces behind any band, with guitar and keyboards to match. This album doesn't disapoint as a muse fan, but new fans may have better appreciation for their ealier albums Absolution [2003] (a very polished, well produced overall album), Origin of Symmetry [2001] (with their most spectacular hit, "New Born") and Showbiz [1999] (their debut and most raw, rocking album). Oct 26, 06
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