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MUSE: Starlight

DIRECTOR'S CUT Muse are yet again poised to conquer America with another anthemic release from their Blackholes and Revelations album. The single is shockingly catchy (its lodged in my brain) with a noble piano riff and that signature Matt Bellamy howl. The singles spacious, epic sound is well captured by director Paul Minor using aerial shots, dramatic pyrotechnics and a looming Japanese cargo ship called the Ocean Chie. You should note there are multiple versions of this video in circulation, but only cliptip is first to bring you the director's cut. We're such a sucker for artistic integrity that way. Watch the music video (qt).

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