Influences

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Listed here are artists/bands which Muse have specifically mentioned or discussed as influences, and artists/bands which have cited Muse as influencing their music. For a list of bands/artists which have supported Muse see supporting bands and for artists/bands which Muse have supported see supported bands.

Influences on Muse

Classical

Modern

Video Game Soundtracks


Artists or bands influenced by Muse

Authors influenced by Muse

Popes influenced by Muse

Videogames influenced by Muse

See also

References

  1. a b c Marcus Kagler. (2006-07-20). Muse. Under the Radar. Retrieved 2006-07-21. [verify]
  2. a b c d e f g h i j Discussion in London (2006-05). Rock Mag. Retrieved 2007-05-09. [verify]
  3. Muse: The Resistance (2009-10). FHM. Retrieved 2009-09-14. [verify]
  4. Do Not Feed the Band (2000-11). Q magazine. [verify]
  5. a b c d e f g h i j Innocence and Absolution (2005-06). Keyboard Magazine. Retrieved 2007-02-08 from keyboardmag.com. [verify]
  6. Death and Taxes Magazine. (2006). Absolutely Supermassive. Death and Taxes Magazine. Retrieved 2006. [verify]
  7. a b Ray Wilkinson. (2009-07). Progressive stadium rock three dream up album five. Mojo magazine, 1802. Retrieved 2009-07-05 from www.muselive.com. [verify]
  8. a b c Adam Mamo. (2007-12-03). Tales of the Tracks. Rip It Up. [verify]
  9. Muse's Dominic Howard (2010-01). Modern Drummer. Retrieved 2009-12. [verify]
  10. a b c Massive UFOs, inflatable lilos and a huge love of Orbital... Yep, NME's been talking to Matt Bellamy (2006-08-24). NME magazine. Retrieved 2006-09-02. [verify]
  11. Matt Bellamy: New Guitar Genius (2007-08). Total Guitar. Retrieved 2007-09. [verify]