Why is the beginning of Uprising cutoff? At least on mine it is. Anyone else? Otherwise, an awesome price for an excellent album!
What the hell
By mimic vampier starlight
The best album ever.
This should be on Classic Rewind.
By Trust and Us
Just simply, WOW!!
How well Muse blends classical music with rock is just beyond me. This is just an example of Muse’s pure, raw talent. These guys are literally the best!
Uprising: one of the best pump you up anthems of all time!
Undisclosed Desires: not like anything Muse has ever done before and an awesome, catchy love song different from the rest.
Exogenesis all parts: Simply beautiful!
I Belong to You: very different especially with the French, or Latin, or whatever it is, but has an awesome beginning, middle, and end.
By Fortnite Fan 2009865
This was the Album that got me into them. Uprising was my roots man. I love the songs from Uprising to MK Ultra. After that, it’s just weird. I don’t like Belong to you or the Exogenesis. Those were the things that pulled it back for me.
I should listen to Muse more
Uprising was epic, and I want to listen to more songs! I found this through a playlist, and Uprising played, it was one of the best songs I have ever heard!
By A Reviewer of Stuff
This album ended up taking a bit (more like two years) to grown on me since I first heard it, but now, it’s hands-down one of my favorite albums. I especially love Exogenesis Symphony, MK Ultra, and Unnatural Selection, which are songs only Muse could’ve pulled off, really.
Things I liked about the album:
- Progression of tracks
- Diversity of styles & genre blending
- The cover art 🔥
- Departure from & similarities to previous albums
- It had the best production of any Muse album (when it was released)
Things I didn’t like about the album in, like, 2010 that I now appreciate:
- United States of Eurasia is a really good song but really weird and kind of trite
- Why did they end USE with Chopin??
- Matt singing in French on I Belong To You (which is an amazing song, btw...idk why I didn’t like it; his pronunciation is spot-on)
tl;dr I love Muse.
This checks all the boxes: thoughtful, hard-rocking, philosophical, melodic. It has it all.