Muse - Resistance (Retail) NEW Album 2009

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Wembley Stadium, Muse had two options. Either retreat into their shell
and record that acoustic set of 19th-century West Country folk songs,
or continue along the trajectory laid out for them by the wilfully
apocalyptic Black Holes & Revelations - ie to infinity and beyond.
While it's no surprise that Muse have chosen the latter course, the
wholeheartedness with which this album hurls itself into the abyss of
cod-symphonic astral pretension is to be commended.
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The Resistance's bold flight from the constraints of human reason takes
a little while to get up to warp speed. Uprising - the album's first
single - is a deceptively conventional glitter-stomp melange of the Dr
Who theme and Blondie's Call Me. Next up, the title track posits a
theoretically grisly but in practice quite palatable hybrid of U2 and
David Guetta. But it's only after Undisclosed Desires has offered
Depeche Mode the chance to beef up New Life with an extra disco twist
that hyper-space really beckons.

Forsaking the subtle understatement of Knights of Cydonia for something
a little more, well, out there, United States of Eurasia blasts
schoolroom memories of George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four through the
filter of Bohemian Rhapsody with a brazenness that would make Mika
blush. And while the "political" dimension to Matt Bellamy's lyrics
owes more to David Icke than it does to Noam Chomsky, the transcendent
absurdity of Muse's music is actually the perfect complement to the
half-arsed internet conspiracy theories that seem to be his
intellectual staple diet.

As the second half of The Resistance proceeds - through a
lizard-worshipping thrash metal re-write of Lay All Your Love on Me
(Unnatural Selection), to the closing Exogenesis, a three-part,
13-minute "symphony", which triumphantly realises a vision of classical
music first outlined by Bruno from Fame - the essentially contradictory
nature of its grandiose vision becomes ever more apparent. The
foundation stones of Muse's musical edifice are the monolithic oeuvres
of Abba, Queen and Rush while a quest for the band's real philosophical
or architectural touchstones would probably lead you towards Ayn Rand
and Albert Speer. But does this incipiently authoritarian source
material necessarily invalidate Matt Bellamy's claim to be making a
bold stand against "the corporate-ocracy"?

It should do really. But the same stubborn spark of unreason which
insists on the right of a major label album release to retain such a
deluded view of its own revolutionary potential has been the agent of
many a historic conflagration.
Artist: Muse
Title: The Resistance
Label: Warner Bros.
Genre: Alt. Rock
Bitrate: 254kbit av.
Time: 00:54:14
01. Uprising 5:02
02. Resistance 5:46
03. Undisclosed Desires 3:56
04. United States of Eurasia (+ Collateral Damage) 5:47
05. Guiding Light 4:13
06. Unnatural Selection 6:55
07. MK Ultra 4:06
08. I Belong To You (Mon C Eur S Ouvre A Ta Voix) 5:38
09. Exogenesis Symphony Part 1 (Overture) 4:18
10. Exogenesis Symphony Part 2 3:56
11. Exogenesis Symphony Part 3 (Redemption) 4:37

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