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[Updated] Muse - Black Holes And Revelations (Mp3 Download)



Review by MacKenzie Wilson @ allmusic.com
Naysayers listen up. Teignmouth, England's Muse refuse to be your "next" Radiohead. Since forming in 1997, this alternative rock trio has continuously battled comparisons to the famed Oxford group while ambitiously creating a sound of their own. U.K. fans have praised the group since the albums "Sunburn" and "Hyper Music" despite it taking Americans until Absolution to discover Muse and give them their props. Whether or not you championed the grand dramatics of Absolution, Muse is a solid band and Black Holes and Revelations has totally come into his own here. He, drummer defines that with a passion. Rich Costey joins Muse in the co-production of this 11-song set; together they've created the band's most realized and meticulous album to date. "Take A Bow" sets the scene immediately; a mesmerizing, full orchestrated rock sound, layered in waves of synthesizers and percussion, build up to vocalist/guitarist Matthew Bellamy's aching performance of a world torn apart by it's own instability. Frequently compared to Queen's Freddie Mercury and Thom Yorke, BellamyDominic Howard and bassist Chris Wolstenholme appear completely in sync for the first time, really. Sure, their previous work has shown promise, but they sound like a complete band on Black Holes and Revelations. Songs such as the sultry swagger of "Supermassive Black Hole" and the razor-edged paranoia of "Assassin" are good examples of how adamant Muse is in delivering the biggest rock & roll package they possibly can. Bellamy howls "You and I must fight for our rights/You and I must fight to survive" on the riotous Rush-like megalomania of "Knights of Cydonia," They've totally fought for their craft with this one. It might have taken four albums for Americans to get it, but with Black Holes and Revelations, the whole world should be watching.
Track Lists
01. Take A Bow
02. Starlight
03. Supermassive Black Hole
04. Map Of The Problematique
05. Soldier's Poem
06. Invincible
07. Assasin
08. Exo-Politics
09. City Of Delusion
10. Hoodoo
11. Knights Of Cydonia

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What People Said

i just wanted to thank u, i was looking for this album.
u know, it's not possible to buy it in iran! Anonymous arman :: 8/17/06, 2:53 AM :: Top  

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thanks for sharing your knowledge Anonymous dradutu :: 8/26/06, 7:02 AM :: Top  

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Thank you enormously from Ukraine. Sometimes it is so difficult to find and even buy such masterpieces.
Thanks once more.
This is pleasant replenishment of my collection Anonymous Anonymous :: 8/30/06, 4:32 PM :: Top  

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sorry, all tracks are in mono !? Anonymous Anonymous :: 8/31/06, 5:33 AM :: Top  

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it's hard not to see Thom Yorke while listening to the songs eventhough you know it takes lesser talent to write trite crap like muse do. But i always think of muse as a fun cover band. Anonymous Anonymous :: 9/5/06, 11:44 AM :: Top  

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you are the best person everrrr.

but as an american who was swooning with bellamy and reeling with the gloom and grandeur since SHOWBIZ, it seems your related comments were a bit unfair. some of us really weren't clueless, i swear it! Anonymous Reens :: 9/6/06, 7:18 AM :: Top  

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link not working! please update Anonymous Anonymous :: 10/7/06, 2:47 AM :: Top  

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links aint working, please update or find another way through Anonymous Anonymous :: 11/17/06, 1:51 AM :: Top  

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link is not working..i appreciate if you can update..coz no way i can buy this album in india.. Anonymous Anonymous :: 11/24/06, 5:19 PM :: Top  

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Thanks for sharing Muse!! I love them!!! Anonymous Anonymous :: 12/3/06, 12:45 PM :: Top  

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having been a muse fan since 'origin of symmetry,' i was estatic to see a recognition of muse. i bought 'black holes & revelations' when it was released, and it is definitely worth taking the time to listen to. my personal favorite is "starlight" and highly recommend it to those who are new to muse. Anonymous Lindsey :: 12/6/06, 6:10 AM :: Top  

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