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Old 27-06-2012, 11:25 PM   #46
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When bands break up it's almost always because of fighting. Muse won't have this problem. An they won't stop because they're old either, look at the Rolling Stones goddamnit!
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Old 28-06-2012, 12:04 AM   #47
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Muse are becoming far more novelty and there are plenty of decent bands coming behind them with consistent decent material that is at least on the curve.

Muse can't stay ''current'' and appeal to the majority of a new generation without Twilight and what not it's just not possible for 30 something guys to play current across several generations, in general it isn't what 'kids these days' want...look at Biffy for example.
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Muse are becoming far more novelty and there are plenty of decent bands coming behind them with consistent decent material that is at least on the curve.

Muse can't stay ''current'' and appeal to the majority of a new generation without Twilight and what not it's just not possible for 30 something guys to play current across several generations, in general it isn't what 'kids these days' want...look at Biffy for example.
That does not equal breaking up, however.
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Old 28-06-2012, 12:53 AM   #49
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Muse are becoming far more novelty and there are plenty of decent bands coming behind them with consistent decent material that is at least on the curve.

Muse can't stay ''current'' and appeal to the majority of a new generation without Twilight and what not it's just not possible for 30 something guys to play current across several generations, in general it isn't what 'kids these days' want...look at Biffy for example.
Muse is incredibly current. What are you talking about?
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Muse are becoming far more novelty and there are plenty of decent bands coming behind them with consistent decent material that is at least on the curve.

Muse can't stay ''current'' and appeal to the majority of a new generation without Twilight and what not it's just not possible for 30 something guys to play current across several generations, in general it isn't what 'kids these days' want...look at Biffy for example.
What? I also don't get what biffy have to do with any of this.
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Old 01-07-2012, 04:21 PM   #51
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Muse are becoming far more novelty and there are plenty of decent bands coming behind them with consistent decent material that is at least on the curve.

Muse can't stay ''current'' and appeal to the majority of a new generation without Twilight and what not it's just not possible for 30 something guys to play current across several generations, in general it isn't what 'kids these days' want...look at Biffy for example.
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Besides, there are plenty of bands that are popular amongst wide age groups, and I'd actually consider Muse among them.
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But no...

Besides, there are plenty of bands that are popular amongst wide age groups, and I'd actually consider Muse among them.
Indeed, they don't have to be 'current' I don't even understand what that means, most of the music I adore is older stuff, (for me) or at least stuff released in the 90s, 00s.

The reason I don't care if muse are constantly changing and not sounding like they did with OOS and absolution is that we HAVE those albums. If you want music like that go listen to them. New stuff is a completely different sound that I still adore
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As usual, I find myself in agreement with Hannah and the potato. I don't see many up-and-coming bands (I'll concede Shikari for all that I can't stand them) who are more "revelant" and "on the curve" than Muse. Major label money largely ends up behind backward-looking groups like The Vaccines, Brother, You Me At Six and The Enemy at the moment. Let's wait until we actually know how this album's done and more importantly how it sounds before deciding how "relevant" Muse are.
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As usual, I find myself in agreement with Hannah and the potato. I don't see many up-and-coming bands (I'll concede Shikari for all that I can't stand them) who are more "revelant" and "on the curve" than Muse. Major label money largely ends up behind backward-looking groups like The Vaccines, Brother, You Me At Six and The Enemy at the moment. Let's wait until we actually know how this album's done and more importantly how it sounds before deciding how "relevant" Muse are.


Can someone give me an example of current and relevent music because I am struggling to understand what that means
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Can someone give me an example of current and relevent music because I am struggling to understand what that means
dubstep.
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dubstep.
Dubstep was relevant in 2010.
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Ok so muse are trying to stay 'on the curve then'. People need to decide whether they are a) bothered about muse doing dubstep or b) bothered that muse are not current. You can't be both (not saying anyone in perticular is)
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