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Muse

The members of Muse were in separate bands at Teignmouth Community College in the early 1990s. The formation of Muse began after 14 year old Matthew Bellamy successfully auditioned for the part of guitarist in Dominic Howard's band. They were left with a dilemma when their bassist decided to leave, so they asked close friend Chris Wolstenholme to learn to play the bass guitar.

Albums by Muse

album by Muse
Drones
Released: 2015
Tracks: 12
Including: The Handler
Album art The 2nd Law
The 2nd Law
Released: 2012
Tracks: 6
Including: The 2nd Law: Unsustainable
Album art Black Holes And Revelations
Black Holes And Revelations
Released: 2006
Tracks: 11
Including: Starlight
Album art Supermassive Black Hole (Single)
Supermassive Black Hole (Single)
Released: 2006
Tracks: 1
Including: Crying Shame
Album art Absolution
Absolution
Released: 2003
Tracks: 16
Including: Time Is Running Out
Album art Dead Star/in Your World
Dead Star/in Your World
Released: 2002
Tracks: 1
Including: Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Album art Hullabaloo
Hullabaloo
Released: 2002
Tracks: 6
Including: Yes Please
Album art Hypermusic [Japan]
Hypermusic [Japan]
Released: 2001
Tracks: 3
Including: Shine
Album art Origin of Symmetry
Origin of Symmetry
Released: 2000
Tracks: 13
Including: Citizen Erased
Album art Showbiz
Showbiz
Released: 1999
Tracks: 12
Including: Unintended
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N/A
Released: -
Tracks: 20
Including: Coma

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A total of 11 reviews for Muse:
dummy WhoAmI wrote on 7th Jul 2013, 20:02h:
When I seen the performance of the band in my Country, I felt I was so weak, but when I heard the Butterflies and Hurricanes song I got the inspiration for living life. And until now I like the band, MUSE is a great band
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dummy Guest wrote on 17th Mar 2008, 21:21h:
i've been at a MUSE concert last week and i went crazy they are amazing so amazing...they are such geat live performers and the lyrics are just great..adn the music is perfect..i'm their super fan KEEP ON ROCKIN MATTHEW....
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dummy Guest wrote on 23rd Apr 2007, 4:08h:
actually i don't like muse, but my brother really crazy with them.
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dummy Guest wrote on 25th Jan 2007, 12:30h:
You're all so lucky! I love them, especially the first two albums. They played literally 7 miles away from where I live and they sold out by the time I'd heard about it - was so disappointed.
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dummy Guest wrote on 20th Nov 2006, 19:25h:
Hi Aiken. It was the best performance by any band that I have seen this year (and that's a lot of bands and a lot of competition). It's actually the first time I've seen Muse though I've been meaning to since they released Origin of Symmetry, it just
didn't work out until now but it was worth the wait (sort of, I still wish I'd seen them a few years back). But an excellent performance none the less.
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dummy Guest wrote on 19th Nov 2006, 16:03h:
PariaH: Was it the best concert you've ever seen or the best of Muse?
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dummy Guest wrote on 19th Nov 2006, 13:53h:
I saw Muse last Friday (17th November 2006) at Nottingham Arena. They started with "Take a Bow", the first track on "Black Holes and Revelations", and then proceeded to work their way through the album in exactly the same order as it's recorded. Chris
Wolstenholme sat with his drumkit on a plinth that seemed to be made out of plasma screens and added to the fantastic light show along with another plinth for the piano and a huge backdrop. Dominic Howard was as steady as he ever is, pumping the bass and
vocalising in perfect harmony with Matt Bellamy. Bellamy was faultless, he's an energetic showman at the worst of times but this wasn't the worst of times. He absolutely loves noise and treates the audience to some amazing feedback-driven outros. After
Knights of Cydonia, a big favourite with the crowd, we were then treated to some older stuff. New Born and Plug-in Baby from "Origin of Symmetry" and Stockholme Syndrome and Hysteria from "Absolution". There was also another song that I didn't manage to
identify but I think it's off the "Showbiz" album, if anyone knows what it was then I'd like to know.

This gig was the best gig I've seen all year (and I go to a LOT of gigs). Next time they're in town I'm there, no doubt about it.
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dummy Guest wrote on 8th Sep 2006, 15:03h:
In Edinburgh, on 24/8/06 =D
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dummy Guest wrote on 8th Sep 2006, 14:39h:
Yeah, I like them to. I've seen Muse once on a popfestival.
Where did you see them?
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dummy Guest wrote on 8th Sep 2006, 14:14h:
Hahaha I Went To See Them, THEY WERE AMAZING!!!!! they are so fuckin great
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dummy Guest wrote on 4th Sep 2006, 14:22h:
I LOVE MUSE, they have a spark in their music, their new album black holes and revelations is reaaallii good!
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