Stream Muse Album 'The 2nd Law'

artist: Muse date: 09/26/2012 category: online downloads

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Stream Muse Album 'The 2nd Law'
The new Muse album "The 2nd Law" is available to stream in full. We've been listening to the album this morning, and it's better than we expected after the band revealed in July that it featured - gulp - a couple of dubstep tracks. Judge for yourself with the player below, though listeners outside the United Kingdom will need to hop over to Soundcloud to hear the stream. Meanwhile, drummer Dom Howard has said the opening track "Supremacy" could be the theme for the next James Bond film "Skyfall". "It's got a little whisper to the Bond vibe - it all goes a bit crazy 'Live And Let Die' in the middle," he told NME. "My view is they should use it for the next James Bond film, but I don't know what's going on with that. I heard Adele was doing it". Correct Dom, Adele has been confirmed for the Bond soundtrack, but we wish they'd picked Muse instead. Hear "The 2nd Law" in full here if you live in the UK - otherwise, click through to the Muse Soundcloud to hear it elsewhere.
Share your opinion on the album in the comments. Sure, the dubstep is a poor choice, but the recording elsewhere sounds pretty damn sharp. What do you think?
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