|Muse - Dom, Matt and Chris (left to right)|
|Reading 1992 line-up|
|Muse - 1994|
|£4,214 for four songs!|
|The Newton Abbot Demo (1997|
|Muse (EP) - 1998|
|Showbiz - Muse's debut album (1999)|
The album seems to have drawn something of a following since its release however, as in 2009 the album was placed in the top 20 British albums of the last 20 years by the UK edition of MSN. As well as this, several songs from the album appear to have had lasting appeal among fans, such as the title track, which was one of the band's most requested songs during The Resistance Tour in 2010, when the band staged a fan vote for songs to be played during that tour's stadium leg.The song was not played; however, Unintended and Cave were played several times throughout the tour, with Sunburn being introduced during later performances of the tour. Sourced from Wikipedia
|Album No. 2 - 2001|
Origin of Symmetry came first about through the changes Muse underwent during their intensive touring in promotion of Showbiz, with a lot of material written whilst touring. However, this album is more riff orientated and slightly darker than Showbiz, containing several songs which use piano or organ. Origin of Symmetry was intended as a more progressive rock-styled album, with different vocal styles than that of Showbiz. The ambition behind the album was to show the harder rock and eccentric elements of the band, that they felt had not been seen so far. This included bringing back a lot of music "filtered out" from Showbiz. The bass in the album is also more prominent and distorted. Some of the songs of the album draw influence from the band members' relationships suffering from the effects of them being on tour. Sourced from Musewiki.
The 10 year anniversay of Origin of Symmetry occured this year and for the celebration of the album the band decided to play the entire album from start to finish at this years Reading and Leeds Festivals. Something they had never done before, for this they had to rehearse some songs they hadn't played since around 2001 however some of the songs such as Plug in Baby and New Born had stayed on the set list since the release.
2003 - 2003 marks the release of Muse's third album Absolution.
|Absolution (3rd album) - 2003|
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|Matt at the end of "Blackout"|
2006 - 2006 marks the release of Muse's fourth studio album, Black Holes and Revelations.
|Muse's fourth album - 2006|
|Muse - Wembley (2007)|
2009 - 2009 marks the release of Muse's most recent and fifth studio album, The Resistance.
|The Resistance - 2009|
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|A Seaside Rendezvous - 2009|
|The Edge with Muse - 2010|
|Gig in space - 20??|