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Description This entry in the UNDER REVIEW series chronicles rock trio Muse's rise to fame, offering fans a revealing look at the group's entire career. Gathering rare performance and interview footage, the progr... more

Musicals & Music Films

Description A year after the original tragedy, Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is in college trying to piece her life back together. When her roommate, Karla (Brandy Norwood), wins a trip for four to a tropica... more

Horror

Description Tracklist includes: The Killers - 'Somebody Told Me', Green Day - 'American Idiot', Muse - 'Hyper Music', Electric Six - 'Danger! High Voltage', Garbage - 'Only Happy When It Rains' and Jet - 'Are You... more

Musicals & Music Films

Description Filmmaker John Akomfrah directed this impressionistic, semi-documentary examination of the journey of African, Caribbean and Asian exiles into the United Kingdom. The Nine Muses combines archival foot... more

Documentaries & Biographies

Description When struggling Hollywood screenwriter Steven Phillips (Albert Brooks) is fired from his studio for 'lacking edge' his friend and fellow scribe Jack (Jeff Bridges) offers to put him in touch with his ... more

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“Origin of Muse”

published 18/07/2013

AdvantagesWonderful arrangement

DisadvantagesNot many

...Muse - Origin of Symmetry (2001) "Origin of Symmetry" is the 2nd studio album by British rock band, Muse. It was released in 2001 on Taste Records and produced by the band with Dave Bottrill & John Leckie. The line-up for the album was Matthew Bellamy (vocals/guitar/keyboards), Christopher Wolstenholme (bass) and Dominic Howard (drums). Introduction Muse was onto a winner when...

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“Pause For A Muse”

published 28/11/2003

AdvantagesSome great tracks,

DisadvantagesNot a huge progression

...When Muse came onto the scene with their debut album they were dismissed by some as a Radiohead clone. Yes there was a vocalist with a big vocal range, the songs were a bit off kilter and not in the norm, and there were some weird sounds. So what? With their second album Origin of Symmetry Muse proved that they rock harder than Radiohead. Now we have Absolution, the third studio album...

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“Showbiz For Muse”

published 01/02/2013

AdvantagesExcellent song writing

DisadvantagesCan be a little of the same in places

...Muse ? Showbiz "Showbiz" is the debut album by British rock band, Muse. It was released in 1999 on Mushroom Records and produced by the band with John Leckie & Paul Reeve. The line-up for the album was Matthew Bellamy (vocals/guitar/piano), Christopher Wolstenholme (bass) and Dominic Howard (drums). Introduction Probably the finest rock band to come out of Devon, England, Muse was...

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