History Music / Muse

19th Jan '18 1:20:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Once the band was asked not curse during a Origin of Symmetry-era Spanish TV performance. Taking offense at this due to the lack of profanities in their songs, Matt changed an entire verse of "[[MichaelBuble Feeling Good]]" to this. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dpzgr1FLyDw Hilarity ensues]].

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** Once the band was asked not curse during a Origin of Symmetry-era Spanish TV performance. Taking offense at this due to the lack of profanities in their songs, Matt changed an entire verse of "[[MichaelBuble "[[Music/MichaelBuble Feeling Good]]" to this. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dpzgr1FLyDw Hilarity ensues]].
3rd Jan '18 8:58:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Cosplay}}: Dom is known to often wear a {{Spider-Man}} costume (normally sans mask) during live performances. Smaller examples are Chris' Captain America costume and the outfits worn by the band during the encore of their concert on Halloween 2009: Matt was a vampire, Chris was Franchise/{{Batman}} with light-up horns, and Dom was, predictably, Spider-Man.

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* {{Cosplay}}: Dom is known to often wear a {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan costume (normally sans mask) during live performances. Smaller examples are Chris' Captain America costume and the outfits worn by the band during the encore of their concert on Halloween 2009: Matt was a vampire, Chris was Franchise/{{Batman}} with light-up horns, and Dom was, predictably, Spider-Man.
28th Dec '17 8:44:45 AM major-kumquat
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* AlliterativeTitle: "'''S'''tockholm '''S'''yndrome".


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* DomesticAbuse: "Stockholm Syndrome", sung from the POV of the perpetrator.
13th Dec '17 5:16:33 PM nombretomado
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** The video to "Time Is Running Out" is set in TheWarRoom from ''DrStrangelove'', with performers in military uniforms.

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** The video to "Time Is Running Out" is set in TheWarRoom from ''DrStrangelove'', ''Film/DrStrangelove'', with performers in military uniforms.
24th Oct '17 6:42:20 AM objection42
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*** "Undisclosed Desires" starts off this way, but winds up sounding familiar by end. It's still their only song with slap bass, though, plus the only one where Matt plays neither the guitar ''nor'' the piano.

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*** "Undisclosed Desires" starts off this way, but winds up sounding familiar by end. It's still their one of only song two songs with slap bass, though, though (the other being Panic Station), plus the only one where Matt plays neither the guitar ''nor'' the piano.
27th Sep '17 7:38:03 PM PaulA
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The band has had three major breakthrough periods in the United States: The first was with their single "Time is Running Out" in 2003, which began their aforementioned string of ten Top 40 Alternative Tracks singles. The second came with the appearance of their 2½-year-old single "Supermassive Black Hole" in the film version of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', as they are StephenieMeyer's favorite band. Chris Wolstenhome later described it as being like selling your soul to the devil. The third was their performance of "Uprising" at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards easily the most exposure they've ever gotten in the United States which caused "Uprising" to peak at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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The band has had three major breakthrough periods in the United States: The first was with their single "Time is Running Out" in 2003, which began their aforementioned string of ten Top 40 Alternative Tracks singles. The second came with the appearance of their 2½-year-old single "Supermassive Black Hole" in the film version of ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'', ''Film/{{Twilight}}'', as they are StephenieMeyer's Creator/StephenieMeyer's favorite band. Chris Wolstenhome later described it as being like selling your soul to the devil. The third was their performance of "Uprising" at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards easily the most exposure they've ever gotten in the United States which caused "Uprising" to peak at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100.
11th Sep '17 5:23:15 AM Sinister_Sandwich
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* GenreBusting: What the hell is the song's, "The 2nd Law: Unsustainable," genre? Orchestral [[AlternativeRock rock]][[{{Dubstep}} step]]?. Averted, kinda, there is a genre that is defined as this: ProgressiveRock.
6th Sep '17 2:54:15 AM Sinister_Sandwich
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** The intro to "Knights of Cydonia" pays homage to "Telstar" by The Tornadoes. Appropriate, seeing as Matt Bellamy is the son of George Bellamy, one of the group who performed the earlier song.
22nd Aug '17 9:51:39 AM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Muse'' can best be described as Music/{{Queen}} meets Music/{{Radiohead}} meets Music/RageAgainstTheMachine.
18th Aug '17 5:41:50 PM toxapextwin
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* VillainSong: "Psycho" is sung from the perspective of a DrillSergeantNasty (complete with ''{{Full Metal Jacket}}'' samples) who wants to turn to person he is talking to into a mindless soldier.

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* VillainSong: "Psycho" is sung from the perspective of a DrillSergeantNasty (complete with ''{{Full Metal Jacket}}'' drill sergeant samples) who wants to turn to person he is talking to into a mindless soldier.
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