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|2.||"The Dark Side" (3:45)|
|5.||"Break It To Me" (3:38)|
|6.||"Something Human" (3:47)|
|1.||"Thought Contagion" (3:26)|
|2.||"Get Up & Fight" (4:05)|
|4.||"Dig Down" (3:48)|
|5.||"The Void" (4:40)|
It was recently Elon Musk who told us that there's a "one in billions" chance that we're not living in a computer simulation right now, and to popularise that theory even more Warner presents Muse at arguably their biggest. It's the mega-band's follow-up to their 2015 Drones LP and Nostradamus-like themes are once again at play in the subtle neo-anarchist tendencies of Muse's end of the world sound, although this time around electronic, EDM and Tron influences are at the forefront of their production. A distinctly colourful, vibrant and hyperactive listen compared to their last full length, and seemingly light years on from their seminal 2001 album, Origin Of Symmetry, Muse send us streaming into a new void that's as exhilarating and it is terrifying.
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