Wahey. Muse have written a proper rock song again. Not before time, too.
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Monuments For A Dead Century - The Boo Radleys
A very conscious and deliberate epic. Funkiest song ever to feature pastoral jazz flute: fact.
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- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Freaky Teeth (Demo) - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - From the Live DVD - YouTube
After a year of buzzing off live versions, we get a ****ing kick-arse demo. Now please let us have a finished version Mr G.
And then I am going to pop in the new Killers album
The Killers - Deadlines and Commitments
Underground - Monique Brumby
Cousin Monique from the Tasmanian branch of the clan channelling the early Cure's undistorted, trebly guitar sound. Not actually awful, tbh.
There's a Tasmanian branch?
**** you! Strip him of his BOTM titles. Just another filthy Aussie.
Attic Sky's - FTP
Indie-rap-pop-punk? It works. Insane live tune, the EP version doesn't quite do it justice.
Muse ~ Panic Station
I shouldn't like this song. It shouldn't work. But it's brilliant. Why?
Because it so unrepentantly written for people with a smile on their face.
I've managed to resist listening to that one so far. I wasn't able to bear the Supremacy hysteria, but I'm trying to save some surprises for the album.
I'm listening to the whole thing now. It's OK. Not their best, there are just a few too many throwaway songs IMO.
EDIT: Isolated System, however, is magic. Like, actually, wow. Where the **** did that come from? It's like a more intensely melodic, driven Phillip Glass homage. So different to the rest of the album.
Last edited by Spark; 24-09-2012 at 05:28 AM.
Listening to the stream now. Panic Station. That is fantastic.
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