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  1. It's a bit premature, yes, but I think we all have our own ideas of what Muse should sound like 3/4 years down the road. Personally, I'm just hoping they grow tired of Queen and U2. I can't imagine them doing those kind of songs in 2015. That would mean it would have been almost 10 years of those kind of songs (since BHaR). One of the best songs off The 2nd Law in my opinion is Animals, and I honestly think they could listen to Radiohead again. You may disagree with me, but the Radiohead/Jeff Buckley/Rage Against The Machine was miles better than the new stuff imo, as much as I love it all. Songs like Panic Station and Follow Me are good fun, but their darker stuff (Ruled By Secrecy, Citizen Erased, etc.) has so much more emotion to it. I'm not much of a writer but you get the idea.
  2. Apologies if this has already been mentioned. Taken from here: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/bizarre/3025740/Sir-Ian-McKellen-to-guest-with-Scissor-Sisters-at-Glasto.html 'GLASTONBURY looks full of surprises. SCISSOR SISTERS are known for flamboyant gigs and their Pyramid Stage show ahead of MUSE on Saturday night will be no different - they are lining up an appearance by The Lord Of The Rings star SIR IAN McKELLEN. Frontwoman ANA MATRONIC has asked the veteran actor - wizard Gandalf in the film saga - to join the band on stage to perform new track Invisible Light. His vocals feature on the track on the Sisters' new album Night Work, which is out Monday. Ana said: "I would die to have him up there. I met him at Live Aid. "He was backstage hanging out, so I think he's a good-time Charlie. He could get into it." Ana even wants him to wear a wizard costume made of rubber and I can see that going down a storm with the hippy crowd over at the Stone Circle. Not to be outdone, MUSE also promise that a "very, very special surprise guest" will perform with them. Drummer DOMINIC HOWARD said: "If it comes off, it'll be a huge moment for Glastonbury. "It will take it to a whole new level for us." It can surely only be an axe god like JIMMY PAGE , BRIAN MAY or EDGE.'
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