Muse Albums in orderThe Muse albums in order
Thank you so much for making every track on this record just right! The first museum record of all that you can hear should always be OOS! Also, please hear the other albums. You' ll take Muse to a whole new place. I' d file them:
Just the best from Muse! Check out Muscle Museum, Uno, Sunburn and Uintended and you' ll be sure of it! Unfortunately their last record shows that the whole group is completely booked out because it seems like high class hop rocks. Sunburn, muscle museum, showbiz, unintentional. Your most audacious and certainly in your face scrapbook.
Ranging from the brilliant'Madness' to the headbanging Supremacy to the underground 2 Eque Big Freze, this is indeed a very good one. The best thing on the whole disc, I think, is definitely when Matt strikes those stunning tones towards the end of MADNNESS, which is also the best track on the whole disc, I think.
So I met Muse in reverse order. The return to their earlier record seemed to be the most natural option. Whether it's Dobstep, Classical, Rock, Pop and of course a little electronic in it. The seven Muse albums can, in my view, be divided into four categories:
and revelations and drone come after the first two. And I don't think drone is their best, but it's definitely around the levels of dark hole, which is fantastic in itself. Opposition and Second Law are usually at the end of people's list, with grievances about experimentation by the volume I don't really have a real issue with, but I admit that these are their worse two.
Everyone who has loved Muse and has not heard about it has a gap in your existence that must now be completed. It' got a mixture of flawless performance from their old and new albums. It' certainly the best Muse has ever brought out, PERFEKT it is!
It has no negative track on this record and if they release it as a full length record it would be one of the three best albums. I think the singles of this track have great B-sides: Apart from these, I also like to break the singles themselves, the Muscle Museum.