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Origin Of Muse

Crammed with goodies and keepsakes, this epic LP box set brings together everything you didn't know about Muse from their formation, through to their first two albums ('Showbiz' and 'Origin of Symmetry'). The mammoth 113 tracks included features 40(!) which were previously unreleased. Quintessential stuff for fans of the legendary space-rock trio.
  • Vinyl Deluxe LP box set (0190295810184)
  • Preorder now (ships on release)

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Origin Of Symmetry

It's the Muse album that has the slightly louder and more abrasive songs than the other Muse albums! Wherein they ruin a perfectly good Nina Simone standard in "Feeling Good" and do some other stuff with pop rock that once got compared to Radiohead but would probably actually just get remixed by Moby.
  • Vinyl Double LP (0825646909452)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

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Reapers

The band behind such hits as "The Government Is Bad And Here's A Concept Album About It?" and "A Cover Of A Previously Good Nina Simone Song" go large with a RSD Exclusive 7" of "Reapers", taken from their latest and bleakest symphonic pop rock epic 'Drones'. It comes with a fold-it-yourself drone, which is basically just a paper airplane, but way weirder.
  • Vinyl 7" (0825646485918)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

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Simulation Theory

When rock band Muse properly jumped the shark is probably very much up for debate, but I’d say that the Simulation Theory cover firmly settles the question in terms of their artwork. Looks like fan art. Anyway, this eighth studio album of theirs is full of colossal space-rock-pop, the kind of thing that these fellas really excel at. Big and dramatic and fun.

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Absolution

Absolution is renowned for being the Muse album on which Matt Bellamy checks the time and then reads it out to us, and really, who could forget the catchy refrain from "Time Is Running Out": "Hey hey, folks, there isn't much time left", etc. Also some other songs in a maximalist rock opera bubble of solipsism.

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Black Holes & Revelations

The prog rock equivalents of Russell Brand attempt to delineate their super anthemic pop rock and turn it into something big, bold but nuanced and experimental on Black Holes & Revelations. I'm sure you'd love me to tell you that it's awful and they fail unequivocally, but I'm not going to do it, leaving this item description as badly written and unsatisfying as Black Holes & Revelations.

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The Resistance

It's quite an achievement to be the actual worst band in the world but over a series of albums Muse have done it time and time again. New one 'Drones' is the one even Muse fans say is bad. 'The Resistance' from 2009 is somewhat better but that's only a relative thing. You'll like it if you like Queen and importantly the album got the Brian May seal of approval upon release. 

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Drones

Available either on double vinyl or CD from Warners. Matt Bellamy and co. are back, with almost 3 years since their last album as Muse, Drones is looking to be heavy bluesy riff-laden stomping affair with some, perhaps overtly cutting, views on war in general. But fear not, Bellamy’s still got that warbling tenor voice.
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