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Out Of This World - The Story Of Muse (Updated Edition)


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Media: Book
Artist: Muse
Catalogue #: OP53350
ISBN: 9781849383684
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From a battle of the bands contest in Teignmouth to the first band ever to sell out the new Wembley Arena, the story of Muse's stratospheric rise is one of UK rock's most fascinating and incrediary tales.

As three unassuming kids from Devon plot a course to become the biggest British rock band on this or any other planet, they take in seances, aliens, conspiracy theories, jet-packs, hallucinogens, mind control, Martian horsemen, Berlioz, gigantic floating globes, on-stage satellites and some of the most powerful, bombastic and magnificent music of modern times.

From the first time they smashed up all the stage equipment as 16-year old punk kids, Muse were always a stadium band in waiting, and this new in-depth biography from one of the UK's leading award-winning music journalists follows their every step of their journey.

This new edition of Out Of This World has been updated to include the release of Muse's 2009 album The Resistance.



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Published on: 18/02/2010
Format: Biography
Length: 332 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Author: Mark Beaumont

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