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Old 25-05-2010, 10:04 PM   #46
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They're grown ups now and they make music from a different point of view these days. [...] They see that from a whole different point of view these days.
Yeah, from a money point of view.

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And thus it's easier for them to write about more mature themes, like relationships.
I don't know, but if I listen let's say to Showbiz, Megalomania or Citizen erased and then to (wait for the title...) Neutron Freaking Star Collision (Love is Forever), I wouldn't say they got more mature. But maybe that's me
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Old 25-05-2010, 10:11 PM   #47
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I don't know, but if I listen let's say to Showbiz, Megalomania or Citizen erased and then to (wait for the title...) Neutron Freaking Star Collision (Love is Forever), I wouldn't say they got more mature. But maybe that's me
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Old 25-05-2010, 10:12 PM   #48
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Old 25-05-2010, 10:24 PM   #49
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Muse couldn't get into the angsty/confused teenager/youngster vibe anymore if they tried so we won't get another Showbiz or OoS no matter how hard some of us complained. It wouldn't be natural for the trio. They're grown ups now and they make music from a different point of view these days. And thus it's easier for them to write about more mature themes, like relationships. They see that from a whole different point of view these days.

Muse can't help different tastes of music of their fans, so no, it's not them stopping some of the fans liking them. It's the fans themselves who are stuck in their youngster years when the band themselves have moved on.
Yes, everything can be explained by "moving on".
I mean, it's so innovative and cool!
Muse are such grown ups now, making music about mature themes, like, love! Love is a very mature theme.

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Yes, everything can be explained by "moving on".
I mean, it's so innovative and cool!
Muse are such grown ups now, making music about mature themes, like, love! Love is a very mature theme.



Interesting how Muse are the only band to get into their 30's and can't rock as hard any more.
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Naw. I'm fine with whatever they do. Old Muse does not equal New Muse, and I'm completely fine with that. It all sounds good to me anyway.
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Naw. I'm fine with whatever they do. Old Muse does not equal New Muse, and I'm completely fine with that. It all sounds good to me anyway.
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Old 26-05-2010, 05:19 AM   #53
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Does Muse still have the edge they did from Showbiz - Absolution? No.
Can they still make amazing music? Yes.

They've said it before and they'll say it again, fame and money isn't what they're playing for. They're playing for the same reason they got into a band, to play live music.

Making good money helps of course but that probably goes right back into designing the stages they're going to use.

IMO, The Resistance is almost a tie for first place in my favourite Muse albums with Absolution although Absolution has the slight edge because well, it's Absolution, and the live performances during that time were probably the best.

Until Muse REALLY lays an egg, I won't stop liking them. Even if they did lay an egg, I'd still listen to their older stuff. Neutron Star Collision has been listened to me 234 times now so that's not considered laying an egg in my books.
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Old 26-05-2010, 06:40 AM   #54
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Naw. I'm fine with whatever they do. Old Muse does not equal New Muse, and I'm completely fine with that. It all sounds good to me anyway.
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