Muse - Origin Of Symmetry download album
- Album: Origin Of Symmetry
- FLAC: 1864 mb | MP3: 1161 mb
- Released: 2001
- Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Space Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Muse - Origin Of Symmetry (2001).
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Origin of Symmetry" by Muse took me a few listens to see how fun and experimental this album really is. This album was released in 2001 and this is Muse's sophomore effort. I don't have their debut album yet so I can't say if "Origin of Symmetry" is stronger or weaker than "Showbiz". This album is very different than the ones that follow this like "Absolution" and "Black Holes and Revelations". This record is slightly lo-fi and more alternative rock-sounding.
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Origin of Symmetry is the second studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 17 July 2001 by Mushroom Records and Taste Media. Its title and theme comes from a concept put forward by the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku in his book Hyperspace. Origin of Symmetry was a critical and commercial success in the UK, peaking at number three on the UK Albums Chart and achieving BPI platinum status.
Origin of Symmetry is the second studio album by English alternative rock band Muse, released on 17 June 2001 by Mushroom Records. Recording took place at Ridge Farm Studios in Surrey and Real World Studio in Wiltshire, and additional recordings were made at Astoria Studios, Richmond Studios and Abbey Road Studios in London and Sawmills Studio in Fowey, Cornwall. The album was mixed at Sawmills and mastered at Sony Music Studios in London. Origin of Symmetry is the second studio album by English alternative rock band Muse, released on 17 June 2001 by Mushroom Records.
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To give Origin of Symmetry some context, it was the album that pushed Muse into upper echelons of the charts; a set that marked Matt Bellamy’s lyrics out as speaking defiantly, ponderously, on behalf of Muse’s ever-growing fanbase. And Bellamy’s voice is intelligent and familiar, his cold grandiosity spreading like wildfire as the album plays out. Listening to this with the benefit of hindsight shows Darkshines to be a skeletal foreshadow of Black Holes and Revelations’ Hoodoo, for its falsetto and aggravation. Instruments crash before they burst, with Citizen Erased going the furthest in mimicking feelings of desolation.