Muse's 'Origin' Gets Domestic Release

Published: 2005-08-24
On September 20th, Muse's Origin of Symmetry album will finally get released here in North Americaóand it only took four years. Largely heralded as the British band's best album, Origin of Symmetry originally dropped in 2001 and was the follow-up to the band's 1999 debut, Showbiz.

Although Origin is currently available for import order here in Canada, the domestic release will knock about $10-$15 off the current price. The album will retain the original track list, including the hit song "Hypermusic", and it goes a little something like this:

"New Born"
"Bliss"
"Space Dementia"
"Hypermusic"
"Plug In Baby"
"Citizen Erased"
"Micro Cuts"
"Screenager"
"Dark Shines"
"Feeling Good"
"Megalomania"

Muse found its greatest North American success with its latest album, Absolution. Released in fall 2003, the 14-track record garnered the trio acclaim around the globe, and gave it the opportunity to tour this continent more extensively than ever.

Currently hard at work in the studio, Muse is laying down what will become the band's fourth full-length album. There is no title or release date on the project yet, but it can be expected to hit shelves in 2006.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt

   

 

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