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Muse have specialized in drama-rock gigantism for more than a decade – long enough to get really good at it. The trio’s sixth LP is their most expansive and varied yet, filling out a go-to mix of Queen boom and Radiohead gloom with disco Bowie, Eighties U2, metal, dubstep and enough strings to support a suspension bridge – then wrapping this distinctly English prog-rock crazy quilt around a distinctly English prog-rock theme (something about thermodynamics and economic collapse). When a song that was entrance music at the Olympics (“Survival”) barely gets the bronze for Most Epic Thing on Your Record, that’s a triumph that would make Freddie Mercury’s mustache tingle.
“Wake to see your true emancipation is a fantasy,” Matthew Bellamy moans on “Supremacy,” a jeremiad against the hubris of modern man that turns Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” into a black-booted march. It’s not all collapse and misery: “Madness” blows up the dub-soul minimalism of the xx into a slinky, slow-burn love song complete with Brian May guitar pyro. But the album-ending mini-opera – “The 2nd Law: Unsustainable” and “The 2nd Law: Isolated System” – makes it clear Muse’s rehearsal space is fully stocked with bottled water and canned goods. Against orchestral swirls, bass drops and lush Radiohead pantomime, a British scientist direly informs us that “an economy based on endless growth is unsustainable.” It’s bad news that makes for some fine spectacle.
A brilliant but eccentric young scientist is obsessed with the question of life after death … parts of this page won’t work property. Please reload or try later. FULL CAST AND CREW | TRIVIA | USER REVIEWS | IMDbPro | MORE LESS. The sixth album for the British rock band features bassist Chris Wolstenholme on lead vocals for two tracks he wrote. Massive grower – both for the listener and in terms of Muse’s development.