℗ 1999 A&E Records Limited
Released September 4, 2015
Duration 54m 26s
Record Label Warner Records
Genre Alternative
 

Showbiz

Muse

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1.1
Sunburn
Muse
3:54
1.2
Muscle Museum
Muse
4:23
1.3
Fillip
Muse
4:02
1.4
Falling Down
Muse
4:33
1.5
Cave
Muse
4:46
1.6
Showbiz
Muse
5:17
1.7
Unintended
Muse
3:57
1.8
Uno
Muse
3:38
1.9
Sober
Muse
4:04
1.10
Escape
Muse
3:32
1.11
Overdue
Muse
2:26
1.12
Hate This and I'll Love You
Muse
5:09
1.13
Spiral Static
Muse
4:45
Showbiz is the debut studio album by English rock band Muse. Recorded between April and May 1999 at RAK Studios and Sawmills Studio, respectively, the album was produced by John Leckie and Paul Reeve in conjunction with the band. The band selected the songs which they deemed to be the more conventional and "straight-forward" to make up Showbiz. While the songs contain an eclectic and diverse sound featuring subtle classical, jazz, blues, Latin, and world music influences, they have a distinct and cohesive alternative rock aesthetic. The more experimental material was left out of the album to be included as B-sides in the single releases.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-3, 5-7, 9-12 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.34
-0.37 to -0.19
-11.26
-13.80 to -9.59
6
5 to 8
1
Sunburn
-0.36-10.465
2
Muscle Museum
-0.35-10.776
3
Fillip
-0.36-10.976
4
Falling Down
-0.36-13.206
5
Cave
-0.36-10.235
6
Showbiz
-0.33-10.255
7
Unintended
-0.37-13.808
8
Uno
-0.19-11.736
9
Sober
-0.34-9.595
10
Escape
-0.33-12.346
11
Overdue
-0.36-9.845
12
Hate This and I'll Love You
-0.36-11.795
13
Spiral Static
-0.32-11.496

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