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Label: Motor Music - 06024 9865559 7,Motor Music - 0602498655597 • Format: CD Album, Copy Protected • Country: Poland • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
Blackout - Muse - Absolution (CD, Album)

 · Muse are one of the best bands of our time. They have been from + through to present day. Absolution in my opinion is the best muse album they've done, its an album with lots of great songs on it. Matt Bellamy is a great vocalist, pianist, and guitar player. His lyrics are amazing as well as his technicllity on the piano/5(K).

Many listeners will probably prefer to tackle the album in small doses, and only the most headstrong won't require a breather. Muse continues to make unrelenting hardcore art rock; Absolution is a tad cheesy, a bit too grandiose in its ambitions, bursting at the seams with too many ideas, and thus exactly what any Muse fan : Warner Records.

Product Description. Muse 's #1 Absolution, along with its Top 10 hit "Time Is Running Out,"has finally arrived in the U.S. Muse is Britrock not Britpop, influenced by Smashing Pumpkins, Rage Against The Machine,Radiohead and Nirvana,not Blur or Oasis.A rock band with the bollocks to do more, say more, go further-faster-heavier- sweeter-bigger, with dazzling guitars banging against /5(K).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Absolution" on Discogs/5(4).

Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe. "Muse Absolution Includes: Time Is Running Out & Stockholm Syndrome "Awesome 9/10 - NME " ". Some may also include a single sheet insert, showing other Muse titles also available.

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     ·  · Though some may still consider them Radiohead mimics, obviously Muse continues to strike a nerve with their alternative hard rock audience, here releasing their third album of heavy guitars, haunted harmonics, and paranoid musings in an Matt Bellamy and company stick to the same disturbed, and sometimes disturbing, formula that's worked in the past: the .


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