and,. Purchasable with gift card. bio muse (lis-) ( wandering erratic sounds ) Stefano Curti: electric bass, drums and programming Mauro Ruvolo: Electric guitar, Keyboards and programming Nina Walsh: vocal : guitar. Occasionally In a Way. Sep 2016.
BIO-MUSE Occasionally In A Way – 2005 UK DVD LTD ED – Breakbeat - RARE! Genre: Electronic - Breakbeat. 2005 UK DVD from No Label. Occasionally in a Way + Video. Disc: very goodArtwork: very good. Genre: Dance & Electronica.
Matthew Bellamy, Dominic Howard, Christopher Wolstenholme. Connectome Project, Laboratory of Neuro Imaging ; Steven Wilson (12" Deluxe Box Set Artwork). Warner, Helium 3. Format(s). Catalogue №. 825646568802 (CD - digipak) . 825646568796 (CD - jewelcase). 825646568789 (CD+DVD). 1st October 2012 (World) .
A concept album is an album in which its tracks hold a larger purpose or meaning collectively than they do individually. This is typically achieved through a single central narrative or theme, which can be instrumental, compositional, or lyrical. Sometimes the term is applied to albums considered to be of "uniform excellence" rather than an LP with an explicit musical or lyrical motif. There is no consensus among music critics as to the specific criteria for what a "concept album" is.
Muse is the third studio album by Grace Jones, released on September 4, 1979, by Island Records. Muse was the last album of Jones's disco trilogy recorded with producer Tom Moulton, which began in 1977 with debut Portfolio. As in the case of two previous records, the first side of the album is a continuous medley of four songs, joined by a narrative about someone who has sinned. The second side, however, consists of disco songs with no lyrical relation to one another
The first LP from Muse since their 2015 album Drones is a throwback to the first seven years of the Eighties. The tom-toms are cavernous like a Jan Hammer or Phil Collins production on the Miami Vice soundtrack. The dystopian, technophobic action movie narrative seems in the same vein as films like The Running Man and The Terminator. Throughout the album, frontman Matt Bellamy sings like he’s trapped in a popcorn flick: Break me out/Let me flee, Don’t push me/Let me get off the ground, Let’s face all our fears come out of the shade, Get up and fight, Smash, test, beat the best/Fight for your life. It feels like the same Mad Max sequel that My Chemical Romance escaped from in 2010, especially on modern rock rager Get Up and Fight, a song neither as arch or as catchy as MCR’s Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na).
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554. Matrix, Runout: A0100176131-0101 14 A2. Rights Society: GEMA. Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM.
And build is exactly what Muse did, employing all sorts of musical gadgetry to capture the imagination of listeners while thematically attempting to hold on to humanity in an increasingly technologic world. It feels like a bit of a musical playground at times, with bluesy slide guitars, scratching, church organs, pianos, robotic vocals and more joining the kitchen sink in the mix, but the guitars, synths and drums still power most of what the band does and does well.
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