- Origin of Symmetry

Muse - Origin of Symmetry
CRITIC SCORE
80
Based on 5 reviews
2001 Rank: #28 / 162
USER SCORE
83
Based on
154 ratings

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zaxapitsa
90
Muse is one of the most frustrating bands of all time precisely because of how good this album was. Too bad.
LeFelixBrown
90
Though Muse's reputation has been soured by a glut of mediocre albums, Origin of Symmetry still holds up as one of the 20th century's most abrasive, bombastic, and thoroughly enjoyable albums. This is Muse at their creative peak, from the crunching bounce of Hyper Music to the hauntingly barren Screenager.
tdrunner95
95
Muse's peak album. An album about the fear of the future. Truly a modern masterpiece.

Favorite songs: Bliss, Space Dementia, Plug In Baby, Citizen Erased, Micro Cuts, Darkshines, Megalomania.
jasonwallace199
83
Muse's best and hardest sounding album.
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DETAILS

July 17, 2001 / Release Date
LP / Format
Taste / Label
David Bottrill, John Leckie, Muse / Producer
muse.mu / Website
Tags
Track List
  1. New Born 
  2. Bliss 
  3. Space Dementia 
  4. Hyper Music 
  5. Plug In Baby 
  6. Citizen Erased 
  7. Micro Cuts 
  8. Screenager 
  9. Dark Shines 
  10. Feeling Good 
  11. Megalomania
Contributions By
royalflush, erik


Added on: August 11, 2012