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"What kind of music does Muse play?"

 

How the hell do I answer that??

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This is what I tell people when they ask me: Mostly rock, with influence from a bit of everything else. :p

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alternative-progressive-electronic-classical-experimental-psychedelic-80's-queen-esque-r&b-metal-spacy rock

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I love this thread-I'm in the US and as much as I like to introduce their music to others I am reluctant to address this question-I usually try to pick a song I think that person might like and let them take it from there-I am surrounded by alot of Metal heads who say all they have heard is that Muse sounds like RH-I do plan on moving in the future

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problem is, they don't play music.

they make ear porn / tunegasms...

whichever your prefer :p

 

that's right! and i think this doesn't describe muse's music exactly enough. the word has still to be coined :LOL:

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lol as easy as the question is, its the hardest to answer, i had someone come into my work yesterday, asked me what music i liked nowadays, i had a beatles shirt on, and i mentioned a couple including muse, and they asked that.the girl with him was like"oooh theyre like queen" lol and she brought up matt's falsetto lol i jus thought to myself theres so much more to it lol

 

but i usuallly say theyre alternative rock with alot of influences

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I always start out with "Mostly rock, alternative, space, with a lot of influences from classical, electronic, and pop" and then follow up with something like "but I really can't describe them, they're so unique. Just listen to them."

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Rock music with some classical influences every now and then. Oh and LOTS of moody major to minor chord changes.

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