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  1. This is something I've been thinking about for a while now and it's cropped up in conversation quite a few times when I've been chatting to friends or people who don't know their music. What do you think makes a Muse fan a Muse fan? We seem to have a reputation that sets us apart from fans of other groups and artists. What is it about Muse that makes us so fiercely loyal and passionate about them? Why we won't let anyone who isn't a fan say a bad word about them but then we can be their strongest critics. We seem to be a hardcore bunch, difficult to please at times and occasionally divided If you've been a fan for years (like I have) or are new to them how do you feel about them? What is it about these three lads from a small town in Devon who quite literally rock your world?
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