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5.0 out of 5 stars An Absolution Masterpiece!, 23 Aug 2004
This review is from: Absolution (Audio CD)
There is an air about this album. Whilst full of an array of hits, the overall feel is unlike other Muse albums - there is a melancholy feel. With songs titled 'Apocalypse Please", "Time is Running Out", "Thoughts of a Dying Atheist", you could be lead to believe it's the soundtrack to the funeral of the world.
Don't be fooled however. In amongst these dark, sombre songs are gems of light. "Endlessly" is one of these gems, a favourite of mine, and a beautiful song, and the epic "Butterflies and Hurricanes", a rock opera like no other song I've ever heard. (You'd make an excellent rock opera composer Matt!).
This is just an amazing album. Once again Muse have catered to all tastes and their own with this array of vastly different, but Muse-like tracks.
If you really love Muse, I'd also search on Amazon for the Warchild album. It contains an absolutely brilliant cover of House of the Rising Sun by Muse.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Awesome, 23 Aug 2004
This review is from: Showbiz (Audio CD)
Muse's debut album is stunning. The CD is still in my multi-changer after all these years. With every new album comes more and more surprise. This is without a doubt one of the best debut albums of the 90's - hands down.
The band consists of three lads from Devon, and together they create music which is unique and captivating. They are often compared to Radiohead by many, but in my opinion, they are a sound all of their own. Matt is brilliant on both keyboard and guitar, a very talented musician, as are Dom and Chris. Together they create the perfect team, that will create great music together in years to come.
I highly recommend this album. Test it with your toes and within the first song you'll be diving into Muse.

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