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  1. After 's U.S. breakthrough success for U.K. favorite Muse, the band's second album, 's Origin of Symmetry, finally earns its stateside release. Last yeasr's Absolution and major performances across the country won legions of American fans for the band that was the prestigious closing act at /5().
  2. "Origin of Symmetry" by Muse took me a few listens to see how fun and experimental this album really is. This album was released in and this is Muse's sophomore effort. I don't have their debut album yet so I can't say if "Origin of Symmetry" is stronger or weaker than "Showbiz"/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Origin Of Symmetry on Discogs. Label: maximum10 - CTCM,Cutting Edge - CTCM • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock.
  4. Running order not as on finished album (Feeling Good track 8, Screenager track 9 and Dark Shines - printed on sleeve as two words - track 10). Muse: Origin Of Symmetry ‎ (CD, Album, Enh, Dig) Warner Bros. Records, Helium 3: 16SC Italy: Sell This Version: Muse.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Origin of Symmetry - Muse on AllMusic - - If you're going to pillage someone else's ideas, 8/
  6. Origin of Symmetry was intended as a more progressive rock-styled album, with different vocal styles than that of Showbiz. The ambition behind the album was to show the harder rock and eccentric elements of the band, that they felt had not been seen so far. This included bringing back a lot of music "filtered out" from Showbiz.
  7. Tracklisting: 1. New Born 2. Bliss 3. Space Dementia 4. Hyper Music 5. Plug In Baby 6. Citizen Erased 7. Micro Cuts 8. Screenager 9. Darkshines Feeling Good Megalomania.
  8. Jul 17,  · A towering minute exploration of progressive rock with heavy bass riffs, dark lyrics, and a unified sound, Origin of Symmetry is objectively regarded by many Muse fans as the band’s best album.
  9. Origin of Symmetry is the second studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 18 June through Mushroom Records and Taste Media. Its title and theme comes from a concept put forward by the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku in his book Hyperspace.

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