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Old 29-12-2014, 12:24 PM   #4441
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I recently rediscovered ‘Muscle Museum’. I originally heard it on this site a few years ago, then bought the CD Hullabaloo and have been enjoying listening to it since.
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Old 30-12-2014, 12:24 AM   #4442
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Knights of Cydonia probably got overplayed/overhyped back in the day, but listening to it now it's a really fun song.
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Old 02-01-2015, 11:36 PM   #4443
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Apocalypse Please

To any musical experts - are the 18 or so piano chords that finish the song distinct or repetitions?
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Old 02-01-2015, 11:38 PM   #4444
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It's a shame that it faded into obscurity by the end of the Origin tour.
That song features just about the highest note Matthew ever sung on record.
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Old 03-01-2015, 07:39 AM   #4445
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Apocalypse Please

To any musical experts - are the 18 or so piano chords that finish the song distinct or repetitions?
basic gist of it is

C# (alterations) | F#m F#madd9 F#m ||

D D F#m D | Bm7 Bm7 Bm Bm7 |

C# (alterations) | end on F#5 |

I think that's correct but i could be wrong so yeah basically just revolves around 3 root chords and plays the different notes of the chords
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Old 03-01-2015, 10:48 AM   #4446
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To any musical experts - are the 18 or so piano chords that finish the song distinct or repetitions?
Why are you asking?
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That song features just about the highest note Matthew ever sung on record.
The more you know.

It's probably not even in the top10 though tbh.
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The more you know.

It's probably not even in the top10 though tbh.
I think someone on Youtube did the analysis and Showbiz had the #1 highest note and HTAILY had the #2.
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Old 03-01-2015, 08:19 PM   #4449
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Why are you asking?
I just always thought it was a very proggy way to end a song, he never got any credit from the music press for it.
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I think someone on Youtube did the analysis and Showbiz had the #1 highest note and HTAILY had the #2.
Showbiz, Micro Cuts and Survival all feature his highest recorded full note of G#5 while Dead Star and Hyper Music have background A5s
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I just always thought it was a very proggy way to end a song, he never got any credit from the music press for it.
I don't think it's that proggy, good ending but nothing more.
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I don't think it's that proggy, good ending but nothing more.
It's proggy in a early 1970s Genesis way. Think "Firth of Fifth".
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It doesn't compare in any way to Firth of Fifth if you ask me... loads more key changes and complex transitions in that. All the chords in the ending of AP are used often, and also true to key (just adding some different bass notes).
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I think someone on Youtube did the analysis and Showbiz had the #1 highest note and HTAILY had the #2.
You're wrong.
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Showbiz, Micro the Cuts and Survival all feature his highest recorded full note of G#5 while Dead Star and Hyper Music have background A5s
And you're reading musewiki, good boy.
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And you're reading musewiki, good boy.
Actually first found out about Matt's vocal range from a youtube video and some help from a music teacher a few years ago when I did a Viva Voce on the differences between Origin of Symmetry and The Resistance for an exam but musewiki does have some good info on Matts vocal range as well I suppose
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