Half Notes: Muse – Black Holes And Revelations (2006)

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by Tom Johnson

One of the most completely self-indulgent, ridiculously over-the-top fun album I’ve heard that didn’t bear the name Queen. Maybe it doesn’t quite live up to or even near that massive throne, but that’s certainly what Muse is striving for: They’d forsaken their Radiohead fetish and grabbed their sceptors, and luckily it actually worked for once where so many have tried and failed.

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