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abomufc108

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About abomufc108

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  • Birthday 12/19/1991

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    faking it through the day with some help from Johnny Walker Red
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    Wanking.
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    Student
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  • Favourite Bands
    Muse.
  • Favourite Films
    2 Girls 1 Cup.
  • Favourite TV Shows
    South Park.
  1. Lyrics are overrated (Speaking in Rock music), when I listen to rock music I care about the music itself, the riffs of the guitar, the bass, the effects, the drumming, the energy and the atmosphere of the song. Lyrics are important in genres like Hip hop where the lyrics is the main part of the song, or in folk music but in rock music lyrics are not a major thing at all.
  2. Agitated > All. It's disgusting how such great songs like Agitated and Deadstar never made it into a real album while absolute shite like Guiding Light, Undisclosed desires, Feeling Good are on albums. Thinking of Deadstar, I really wish I could watch Muse playing this song live, it's on my 'things to-do before you die list' :'(
  3. 1. Absolution/Origin of Symmetry 2. Origin of Symmetry/Absolution 3. Showbiz (Underrated) 4. Black Holes and Revelations 5, The Resistance I'm listening to The Resistance now. Was so exited when it came out and ended up with a massive disappointed. It had only 2 great songs, like the Symphony (which saved the album imo) and MK Ultra, and it had good songs like Unnatural Selection (Although it doesn't feel like a new song, like a different version of New Born) and United States Of Eurasia, then you have decent songs like Resistance and Uprising and absolutely shitty songs like Guiding Light, UD and IBTY. The other Muse albums had 1 'shit' song at maximum per album, about 2 average songs and the rest is pretty good, TR had many shit and average songs and only few songs that make you 'WOW' And another thing, the songs don't have chemistry between them. Oos's tracks had a brilliant chemistry between them, and the album was so atmospheric that you can easily listen from the beginning till the end, the energy in New Born, Plug in Baby, Space Dementia, Hyper music, and the nicer, darker and softer ending tracks like Screenager, Darkshines and Megalomania, Feeling Good spoiled the album for me, if Oos didn't have Feeling Good I would say that Oos is without a doubt the best Muse album ever pulled and possibly the best album of the last decade, but Feeling Good screwed that.
  4. 1. Absolution/Origin of Symmetry 2. Origin of Symmetry/Absolution 3. Showbiz (Underrated) 4. Black Holes and Revelations 5, The Resistance I'm listening to The Resistance now. Was so exited when it came out and ended up with a massive disappointed. It had few good songs, like the Symphony (which saved the album imo) and MK Ultra, and it had good songs like Unnatural Selection (Although it doesn't feel like a new song, like a different version of New Born) and United States Of Eurasia, then you have decent songs like Resistance and Uprising and absolutely shitty songs like Guiding Light, UD and IBTY. The other Muse songs had 1 'shit' song at maximum per album, about 2 average songs and the rest is pretty good, TR had many shit and average songs and only few songs that make you 'WOW'
  5. Bellamy higher rating than Morello? llulz.. And big LOL at Greenwood being 9th with the likes of Bellamy, Lennon and Slash ahead of him. And where the hell is john squire? Easily the best british guitarist of the modern times.
  6. That new song for the new Twilight movie. I swear its the biggest piece of tripe i ever heard.
  7. Everthing Nothing Stockholm Syndrome All tracks are great Epic Into and outro
  8. am i the only McCabe fan on here?
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