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Release:September 14, 2009
Genre(s):Rock | Alternative
Label:Warner Bros.

The Resistance

The Resistance is the first Muse album since the critically acclaimed, triple platinum selling Black Holes and Revelations that spawned five top 20 singles, was nominated for a plethora of awards, including the prestigious Mercury Music Prize, and concluded with two sold out nights at the newly opened Wembley Stadium. It was recorded in Northern Italy, produced by the band themselves and mixed by Mark ?Spike? Stent. In terms of sound and sonic vision The Resistance is their most ambitious long-player yet, which is clearly saying something. They have blown up the robo-funk/monster riff/stadium space rock sound of Black Holes... and widened their viewfinder even further to take in an even greater horizon of sound.


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Theodore Pape(MyCharts)6.02009-09-18 14:53:34
To begin with I thought that this was going to be a superb album. It felt fresh - particularly the title track, which introduces a very unexpected riff for the choruses - as though muse were finally mixing it up anew, but by about halfway through the sound recedes to an all-too-familiar one. A sound which reeks of a lack of ideas. And that odour gets even more pungent by the end. Listen (on Spotify) but don't buy is my advice.

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