Weekly Music Download

Artist: Muse
Label: Wea
Album: Black Holes & Revelations (2006)
Download: Supermassive Black Hole
Although the idea of WMD is to introduce obscure artists, I’ve taken the liberty of selecting Muse for this week’s download. But don’t rush to judgment. Black Holes and Revelations is a departure from Muse’s previous offernings. The album’s heavy, synth-laden sound highlights shrill vocals channeled from Jimmy Page, leaving you somwhere not too far from Wolfmother. Sorry Wardrobe, no Black Keys this week, but their new album Magic Potion is definitely worth a listen.

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. FuckYou
    Sep 29, 2006 @ 09:11:29

    Hey Fidel, why don’t you return my fucking phone calls?

  2. Trade
    Sep 28, 2006 @ 20:13:30

    thanks for my evenings entertainment. The Black Keys in philly in November, anyone want to come back?

  3. M+T
    Sep 28, 2006 @ 17:22:04

    Yeah I like the last four too, I’ve collected them all, but that doesn’t mean I want another one just like em. It’d be like getting the same Garbage Pail Kid everytime, one person can only have so many Joe Blow stickers: http://www.nonsportupdate.com/images/auctions/rtcs_229.jpg

  4. schroediki
    Sep 28, 2006 @ 17:17:59

    i like the last four…I guarantee the boss is fond of them as well

  5. M+T
    Sep 28, 2006 @ 17:07:30

    This will do. Some high pitch weening with some heavy synth, it’s no C+C Music Factory, but nothing ever is.
    I don’t like the new Black Keys that much, sounds just like the last four.
    Oh and the new Killers is about two feet from terrible, and those two feet are Bruce Springstein’s, don’t tread on the Boss.