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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 05:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Listen to this new song by Muse - United States of Eurasia, from the forthcoming album "The Resistance":





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKxN4JyGtoE



I'm myself a huge Muse fan really looking forward to this album. This song is filled with Queen influence all over it. Enjoy!! 





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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 06:18 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Official download source:



http://www.museresistance.com/?p=94



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 08:48 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


Wow !!

at 1:17 that was VERY Queen !!

I do like Muse, too; looking forward to hearing their new album!

many tks


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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 09:01 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

love it,don't you think this is the kind of thing that should have been on 'cosmos rocks',certainly bri & rog shouldnt be shy of releasing stuff that sounds like this,they are queen after all!

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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 09:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


maybe you´re right Andy,

but I´d say this Muse song sounds like, let´s say, the "Freddie" Queen side ... Brian and Roger are capable to carry on with the harmonies and stuff, but as songwriters they wouldn´t come with something in a similar style, musically speaking ..... I wish they prove I´m wrong in a near future, though !!


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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 11:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Vali wrote:


maybe you´re right Andy,

but I´d say this Muse song sounds like, let´s say, the "Freddie" Queen side ... Brian and Roger are capable to carry on with the harmonies and stuff, but as songwriters they wouldn´t come with something in a similar style, musically speaking ..... I wish they prove I´m wrong in a near future, though !! 



Yeah... it's right.... Freddie did more calm musics,,, Roger and Brian did more shock and "rock" musics... you know what it means!!






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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 11:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



queenpaulo wrote:



 



Vali wrote:



maybe you´re right Andy,

but I´d say this Muse song sounds like, let´s say, the "Freddie" Queen side ... Brian and Roger are capable to carry on with the harmonies and stuff, but as songwriters they wouldn´t come with something in a similar style, musically speaking ..... I wish they prove I´m wrong in a near future, though !! 




Yeah... it's right.... Freddie did more calm musics,,, Roger and Brian did more shock and "rock" musics... you know what it means!!




Well, I meant Freddie's "operatic" side !
when he wanted to rock, he could for sure: Ogre Battle, Princes Of the Universe, The Hitman ...






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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 11:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The song has definitely got some Queenish things going on.  1:17 sounds a bit like the tension building up to the "We Are The Champions" chorus.  Also, one of the lyrics was "There can be only one."  I thought that was interesting, but then again they're just words.


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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 12:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It's just some parts,, very little parts,, who have a Queen stile!



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 14:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 15:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Penetration_Guru wrote:



A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.




yes you´re right, and that´s exactly the reason why it reminds me of Queen: the mixture of styles in the same song. Remember Bo Rhap or Innuendo ... in this Muse song, the operatic harmonies, the Imagine intro and later on the Ravel´s Bolero parts ... it´s this mixture  of styles what naturally makes me compare this song to Queen. Of course, I don´t have hopes of changing your mind, it´s only my opinion :)  



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 17:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Vali wrote:















Penetration_Guru wrote:







A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.







yes you´re right, and that´s exactly the reason why it reminds me of Queen: the mixture of styles in the same song. Remember Bo Rhap or Innuendo ... in this Muse song, the operatic harmonies, the Imagine intro and later on the Ravel´s Bolero parts ... it´s this mixture  of styles what naturally makes me compare this song to Queen. Of course, I don´t have hopes of changing your mind, it´s only my opinion :)  

I agree with both!!









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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 19:06 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Vali wrote:



 



 



 



Penetration_Guru wrote:



 



A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.



 



yes you´re right, and that´s exactly the reason why it reminds me of Queen: the mixture of styles in the same song. Remember Bo Rhap or Innuendo ... in this Muse song, the operatic harmonies, the Imagine intro and later on the Ravel´s Bolero parts ... it´s this mixture  of styles what naturally makes me compare this song to Queen. Of course, I don´t have hopes of changing your mind, it´s only my opinion :)  

So by your argument if someone had a song that was part Russian folk dance and part Bossa Nova, it'd be Queen-like?



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 19:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Muse is a great band. I think they are the best band in the world right now. They are heavily influenced by Queen and this song prove it.



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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 20:25 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Wish I had a 1000 posts or more...

I could be an ass hole to and get away with it


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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 20:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Bo Alex wrote:

Muse is a great band. I think they are the best band in the world right now. They are heavily influenced by Queen and this song prove it.


They're good,,, but no the best band right now!!!!







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Posted: 22 Jul 09, 22:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



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Wish I had a 1000 posts or more...

I could be an ass hole to and get away with it


Ignore the loser troll. How sad of an existence to post thousands of times to a rock band web site with nothing but piss and vinegar.






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Posted: 23 Jul 09, 02:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



doxonrox wrote:



 



Freddies Lunch Box wrote:



Wish I had a 1000 posts or more...

I could be an ass hole to and get away with it



Ignore the loser troll. How sad of an existence to post thousands of times to a rock band web site with nothing but piss and vinegar.






True....  shows how much time people have on there hands...






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Posted: 23 Jul 09, 03:15 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



 



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A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



yes you´re right, and that´s exactly the reason why it reminds me of Queen: the mixture of styles in the same song. Remember Bo Rhap or Innuendo ... in this Muse song, the operatic harmonies, the Imagine intro and later on the Ravel´s Bolero parts ... it´s this mixture  of styles what naturally makes me compare this song to Queen. Of course, I don´t have hopes of changing your mind, it´s only my opinion :)  

So by your argument if someone had a song that was part Russian folk dance and part Bossa Nova, it'd be Queen-like?



As you have understood my point perfectly but now it seems you're pretending you haven't, I won't keep trying. Your last post is ridiculous, dude.
  



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Posted: 23 Jul 09, 07:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote







Vali wrote:



















 















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Penetration_Guru wrote:















 















 















 















 















 















 















 















A couple of operatic harmonies is not enough to make it Queen like.

The intro is more Imagine than Bohemian Rhapsody.

And there are huge swathes of Ravel's Bolero later on.















 















 















 















 















 















 















 















yes you´re right, and that´s exactly the reason why it reminds me of Queen: the mixture of styles in the same song. Remember Bo Rhap or Innuendo ... in this Muse song, the operatic harmonies, the Imagine intro and later on the Ravel´s Bolero parts ... it´s this mixture  of styles what naturally makes me compare this song to Queen. Of course, I don´t have hopes of changing your mind, it´s only my opinion :)  

So by your argument if someone had a song that was part Russian folk dance and part Bossa Nova, it'd be Queen-like?



As you have understood my point perfectly but now it seems you're pretending you haven't, I won't keep trying. Your last post is ridiculous, dude.
  



I wont include Vali in the list of 1000 post of more ass holes.   If you watch this clip on youtube, you will notice heaps of people have noted that it sounds Queen like..for what ever obvious reasons, why challenge what the general public think when they here something that unlike us, are not extremely passionate towards.






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