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Ditching the dubstep and EDM influences of 2012’s The 2nd Law in favor of old-fashioned rock ballistics, Muse’s seventh album is a wide-angle, bold-faced attack on the dehumanizing effects of modern war. Produced by Mutt Lange (famous in part for the tank-like sound of AC/DC and Def Leppard in their prime), Drones mashes together the high drama of late-'90s Radiohead (“Psycho”) with the pyrotechnics of Van Halen (“Reapers”) and the grand sweep of both U2 and Pink Floyd—bands who have always chosen to go big or go home.

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Love it!!!

Huge fan of muse! I'm happy their old jam from back in the day has evolved into a song! For all of you people complaining about the language....... Grow a pair. This song is from the perspective of a drill instructor, who everyone knows every other word that comes out their mouth is profane. Also if anyone of you saw "Full Metal Jacket" you would understand the vibe and mentality the video and song shows towards the military. The song even takes a few things from the movie. "Show me your war face!!!" Can't wait for the rest of the album.

DON'T BELIEVE BAD REVIEWS

I simply created this review to battle negative reviews and give this album a voice against what has been said against it.

(1) Anyone saying that this hard-rock-heavy album isn't real Muse CLEARLY never listened to their older albums. Plug In Baby, Stockholm Syndrome, and Map Of The Problematique ringing any bells?
(2) Muse has a drill sergeant that drops the F bomb. OH NO MUSE IS CORRUPT. But seriously, it's not even Matt cussing. Obviously this song is AGAINST that type of behavior. And it's not like every song has profanity so just chill out, no reason to leave a 1 star review on the ENTIRE ALBUM because you're insecure. Besides, they add curse words every time they perform live, it's not like it's new this time.
(3) Muse is very well known, as they should be, for their amazing ability to have such a diverse execution of music style across their discography. Bottom line is if you've been listening to Muse, you knew they were going to try and reach new heights with this album and expand upon their style. The fact that I see fans complaining AT ALL is baffling to me. You received new Muse at your fingertips. What more could you want???
(4) The idea that Matt has gotten lazier with his lyrics is a claim that has zero evidence backing it. This man is an artist who weaves the best play on words to convey what he truly means. In their song The Handler, "Behold my trance formation" is heard "behold my transformation"...That is just pure beauty.

Bottom line, if you love Muse, you will love this album. If you're a whiny sack of annoying, you'll probably dislike it.

Welcome Back Muse!

Psycho is pretty good. Sounds like muse is going back to the good music they used to make! However, I don't like the cursing. The one thing I liked about Muse was the fact they didn't use a lot of foul language.

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