Muse - Black Holes & Revelations (2006)

MM Album Review
In 2006, Muse takes a bold new step with Black Holes And Revelations, a powerful, upbeat epic album that takes the band’s music to a whole dimension. Once again co-produced by Rich Costey (Rage Against The Machine, Audioslave), Muse incorporates influences from electronica and Prince to pure pop.

I didn't like their previous work because of their complicated sound.
This album isn't understandable too. Because of speed electronic tunes are on backround and exhausting guitars are at foreground.You can see easly this materials on opening song "Take A Bow". "Starlight" is a very similar song with "Time Is Running Out" from "Absolution". I won't say 'it is not enough fresh for listening', i think it's succesful enough.

I'm sure that you heard about the single "Supermassive Black Hole". The style which isn't close to Muse's sound. No need to be cruel, nice single.

Tunes are adorable in this album. But i'm not have same feelings for vocals. Sometimes only Moan, moan, moan! "Map Of The Problematique" is very conspicuous . The song is including similar materials with 'Enjoy the Silence'(Depeche Mode). I'm not deaf, so it was very easy to notice that point.

"Exo-politics" another passion from this new record. If you can love a song from this stuff that means you'll love all of them. It's not a great record but still worth to listen such songs like "City Of Delusion". You can also find dark guitars works in song named "Assassin". What we have is another good Muse record.
MM picks:Supermassive Black Hole, City Of Delusion, Exo-politics.


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