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MUSE: Invincible

It starts out as an amusement park ride, like a Tunnel of Love, with a martial snare drum and church organ. Matt Belamy's vocals kick in as as slow build, cooing at the universe while that howling UFO sound effect thing whirls around in the background. Yes, folks, it's a Muse ballad that bears a striking resemblance to Meatloaf. That's right, I said it. But its not as dire as it may seem. It has some strange moments that channel Coldplay and stranger moments where it channels Muse's brand of metal rock riffage. But no matter how odd their records sound, they sound freaking awesome live. Directed by Jonnie Ross. Thanks to cliptip tipster Andrew B for the link. Watch the music video (qt).

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