- Absolution

Muse - Absolution
CRITIC SCORE
78
Based on 9 reviews
2003 Rank: #74 / 217
USER SCORE
80
Based on
131 ratings

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Definitely one of Muse's best albums.
GoldenChords
85
Muse confronts their biggest enemies, no, the drones no. The fame and be the point of attention. Matt Bellamy after this album tried so hard to be the new U2. Whatever, they make a really wild album with one of most impressive lyrics in the mid of the first decade of the new millennium.

Favorite tracks: Apocalypse Please, Butterflies and Hurricanes, Sing For Absolution, Hysteria, Blackout, Stockholm Syndrome

Least favorite track: Time Is Running Out
Viictor97
80
By far the best Muse album.
john95
80
Really good. Definitely worth a listen.
Bjartolini
100
Amazing and Powerful, One of the best albums of our time
Fav Tracks: Apocalypse Please, Time is Running Out, Sing For Absolution, Stockholm Syndrome, Hysteria, Blackout, Butterflies and Hurricanes, The Small Print, Endlessly, and Ruled by Secrecy
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DETAILS

September 15, 2003 / Release Date
LP / Format
A&E, East West, Mushroom Taste / Label
John Cornfield, Rich Costey, Muse, Paul Reeve / Producer
muse.mu / Website
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Track List
  1. Intro
  2. Apocalypse Please
  3. Time Is Running Out
  4. Sing For Absolution
  5. Stockholm Syndrome
  6. Falling Away With You
  7. Interlude
  8. Hysteria
  9. Blackout
  10. Butterflies & Hurricanes
  11. The Small Print
  12. Endlessly
  13. Thougts Of A Dying Atheist
  14. Ruled By Secrecy