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As long as he adds some distortion to the vocals, he really doesn't need to do much to sound badass.

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That's true, I'm pretty sure one of the reasons why I prefer Montreal's Micro Cuts to Reading's is the sexy effect during the chorus.

He really should use more distortion.

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Jesus I had forgotten how good that one was, thanks!

 

KoC is the only song I can think of for which I prefer less vocal effects rather than more during the first hald -- imo, any other song is improved by adding, and I'd love to hear Survival with distortion.

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Ok, the Shepherds Bush one does sound a bit weak, but as a general rule, I still prefer versions like these

 

 

http://picosong.com/YfWX/ (at 3:45)

 

rather than the standard 'watered-down' reverb effect (terrible description, sorry) we usually get like here:

 

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As long as he adds some distortion to the vocals, he really doesn't need to do much to sound badass.

 

Distorted vox on The Small Print would be sweet. D'you reckon they'd work well on Assassin?

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You realise you're comparing a large festival ground that holds 50k people to a small-ish concert hall that holds 2k?

Yes.

I'm pretty confident he does... not sure what your point is?

Reverb is a thing that also happens in...real life.

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Distorted vox on The Small Print would be sweet. D'you reckon they'd work well on Assassin?

tbh I think these are the best Assassin vocals

just makes it sound so haunting.

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That's hardly controversial. :LOL:

 

That's like saying Fury or Glorious should have been on their respective albums instead of... well, like literally any other song. imo. ;)

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That's hardly controversial. :LOL:

 

That's like saying Fury or Glorious should have been on their respective albums instead of... well, like literally any other song. imo. ;)

Stockholm Syndrome? Butterflies & Hurricanes?

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Hmm. Close call, but I'd still probably say yes.

B&H is one that I like, but not nearly as much as everyone here seems to.

SS I think I just got a bit burned out on, and might have replied differently years ago, I suppose.

Actually, I probably wouldn't replace SfA.

TSP instead of Fury was always :noey:

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Fury in for Endlessly is the only tweak I'd make to Absolution.

 

I'd take Glorious over Starlight, Soldier's Poem, Invincible and Exo-Politics, although I'd still not let it anywhere near the album. BH&R would be my favourite Muse album if it ran:

 

Take A Bow

Map Of The Problematique

Supermassive Black Hole

Assassin (Ext.)

City Of Delusion

Hoodoo

Knights Of Cydonia

 

Short, sweet albums > bloated albums.

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Can't stand either, personally.

 

The BH&R era really was very black and white for me - loved 50% of it, loathed the rest. I think I'd take that over the 80% 'meh' of the two albums since.

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Can't stand either, personally.

 

The BH&R era really was very black and white for me - loved 50% of it, loathed the rest. I think I'd take that over the 80% 'meh' of the two albums since.

 

Take a Bow

Map of the Problematique

Uprising

Supermassive Black Hole

United States of Eurasia

Unnatural Selection

Assassin

Animals

MK Ultra

City of Delusion

Hoodoo

Knights of Cydonia

Isolated System

 

Pretty much all I listen to from the Post-Absolution era

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Spot on.

 

Chuck in Supremacy, Survival and Exogenesis abd I'm the same. They all stack up again Muse circa LPs 1-3 but the rest is dross, really.

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