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There's a lot to do on St. Simons Island:
Words - "Muse at" vs. "Muse about".
The muse can be used with about, on, over or on and they all mean substantially the same. Either is possible; muse on is more frequent than muse over. The muse is also more focussed and special, and the muse is more general. The muse on this. The muse, for example, only scored one match a tag in Google textbooks, while the muse scores at least four during the tag.
While I might be more tempted to tell a muse when the subject of my deliberations is less focussed - I have thought about my dilemma, but I have thought about my days - you would be foolhardy to consider that a harsh and quick one. The' in' is scarce and ancient, and I have also listened to "muse up", because in "the guitar player can always muse up a new melody", which hopefully remains uncommon and soon becomes old.
It is produced by guitarist/vocalist Matthew Bellamy, bass player Chris Wolstenholme and percussionist Dominic Howard, a trilogy of musicians who began to play together in their home town of Teignmouth, Devon; they began the band's first reincarnation at 13 and changed the band's name from Gothic Plague to Fixed Penalty to Rocket Baby Dolls as the times went by.
It' s all from guitarist/vocalist Matthew Bellamy, bass player Chris Wolstenholme and percussionist Dominic Howard, a bunch of buddies who began making songs together in their home town of Teignmouth, Devon; they began the band's first reincarnation at the tender ages of 13 and changed the band's name from Gothic Plague to Fixed Penalty to Rocket Baby Dolls over the years.
In 1997 the band members chose the name Muse and published their self-titled first album on Dangerous Records, followed by the Muscle Museum XP in 1998. Maverick Records and Muse joined Maverick Records after a visit to the CMJ Festival in New York.
Single songs "Cave" and "Uno" preceeded their first showbiz record, which was published in late 1999. In 2002 the band's supporters were pampered with Hullabaloo soundtrack, a mix of rare pieces and rock band that climbed to tenth place in Europe.
Then Muse came back with a real recording session, Absolution, which became the band's first record in America. On a brief US concert touring in the early part of 2004, Muse's place at the fifth Coachella Music and Arts Festival came together with Muse, and Absolution was finally awarded the US Golds.
Black Holes & Revelations, published in 2006, was the most radiant and vibrant footage of the group to date, leading the British charts within the first few weeks and bringing in Muse's second successive work. On the American continent, the record fell into the top ten. Muse-tourled Europe, America, Australia and Southeast Asia to help Black Holes & Revelations, and their vibrant live performances won them several prizes for the best live act, among them NME Award, Q Award and Vodafone Live Music Award.
It was also recorded on H.A.A.A.R.P. from Wembley in 2008.) The band stayed in the sound studios for the rest of 2008 and the beginning of 2009 and finally came out in September with The Resistance. The critics were very good, and the record was voted number one in more than a decade.
Bellamy and Co. were asked to contribute the formal topic for the 2012 London Summer Olympics in 2011, and the group came back with the victorious skirt hymn "Survival". It also became the main singles of their next record, 2012's The Second Law.