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Old 06-11-2007, 09:08 PM   #196
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What is it going to take for them to make it big in the US? Unfortunately I think they're almost too good for most peoples tastes in mainstream US music


Though I almost don't want them to make it big in the US so when they play here the venues are more accessible and cheaper...
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I thought Black Holes would be their breakthrough here in the states, it's their most accessible album by far, not to mention extremely good.

I've lost all faith in American mainstream music tastes.
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Yeah me too...when I'm around my friends and they're playing music from their libraries...all that pop/rock...pop...hip hop...etc.


Good lord it hurts my ears!!!!!


Then I put on some Muse and my mind, heart, and soul are at ease...
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and one of these t-shirts, help me choose which one!


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I'm leaning toward the black one.
Yeah, definitely go with the black one. I bought the second one on a whim at one of my Muse shows and have regretted it since - awful fabric
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Yeah, I remember looking at the shirts at the concert and the black one definitely looked and felt like better material.
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I feel weirdly excited about the Wembley shows this week even though I'm sitting on the other side of the world with no hope of attending one. Hopefully they'll put it on a DVD or something.
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Yeah, definitely go with the black one. I bought the second one on a whim at one of my Muse shows and have regretted it since - awful fabric
Yeah, I bought one when I saw them back in November - it cost me £20, which for a shit quality tshirt that shrunk in the wash is alot. I know I'll be a sucker for their crap merchandise at Wembley though, I won't be able to help myself
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Mine is also bad fabric... It's a pink one, but I never used it... In fact it´s the only official music shirt I own Maybe I'l use it next time I see them (wich will probably take a long time).

As for the U.S. question, if they don't win their hearts in the next tour over there (Septembe I think) I think it will be very difficult in the future. I'm afraid of the next album because of that.... I can sense in them a desire to make everybody like them. But they said they would go into something that would follow Map Of The Problematique wich is my favourite from Black Holes, so I still have hope... I think there's no problem in bands growing up and change, as long as hey keep what makes them special.
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Right...I hope they don't change their sound to try and be more appealing to US audiences.

We'll see...regardless I can't wait for new material
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In NME tomorrow there'll be a cover of Man Of Mystery (by Muse), that should be good, I'll upload it - I think it'll be entertaining at least, I like the original
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Well, I also hope that they'll remain as wilfully eccentric as ever and don't set out to make music to "please" anyone, including their fans,

As for US, from what I gather they've been getting big in other places at a pretty slow steady pace so maybe they'll get there in US by the album number six, Maybe it's just that the US is so bloody big and in the absense of huge media hype or publicity it will take them forever to win over it.
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Just ordered the poster and the black t-shirt

The Muse online store is having a Father's Day sale so I was able to get a discount on the shirt, and I got the poster for $7 cheaper from pushposters.com
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Just bought NME, here's Man Of Mystery;

http://download.y o u s e n d i t.com/549EE12B032210B2

I haven't listened to it yet, I'm working my way through the CD - so yeah, enjoy.
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Thanks for the link!!

Listening now...definitely digging it
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