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Muse (band)

Muse is a British rock trio, consisting of Matthew Bellamy[?], guitarist and singer, Chris Wolstenhome[?], bassist, and Dominic Howard[?], drummer.

The band formed in 1993 (see 1993 in music) in Teignmouth, Devon[?], originally under the name Gothic Plague, and played throughout the area. In spite of their constant performing, Muse was unable to gain a reputation outside Devon. In 1998 (see 1998 in music), they began working with Taste Media[?] and soon gained the interest of several major labels. They signed to Maverick[?] in the US, Motor Records[?] in Germany, Mushroom Records in the UK and Nave Records[?] in France. Their debut album, Showbiz[?], was produced by John Leckie[?] (who had worked with Radiohead on The Bends).

Their latest album is Origin of Symmetry[?], which included the singles "Feeling Good", "Newborn" and "Plug in Baby" In 2002 (see 2002 in music), they released a live DVD called Hullabaloo[?], which was a concert recorded in Paris.

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