℗ 2001 A&E Records Limited
Released September 25, 2015
Duration 55m 02s
Record Label Warner Records
Genre Alternative
 

Origin of Symmetry

Muse

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1.1
New Born
Muse
6:02
1.2
Bliss
Muse
4:12
1.3
Space Dementia
Muse
6:20
1.4
Hyper Music
Muse
3:21
1.5
Plug in Baby
Muse
3:39
1.6
Citizen Erased
Muse
7:19
1.7
Micro Cuts
Muse
3:38
1.8
Screenager
Muse
4:20
1.9
Darkshines
Muse
4:47
1.10
Feeling Good
Muse
3:19
1.11
Megalomania
Muse
4:38
1.12
Futurism
Muse
3:27
"... astonishing record... where extra-terrestrial fascinations meet the classical world's more unhinged impulses ... comparisons with Radiohead that dogged Muse's early career now seem all but obsolete." - Q Magazine Origin of Symmetry is the second studio album by English rock band Muse, released on 17 July 2001 through Mushroom Records and Taste Media. Its title and theme comes from a concept put forward by the theoretical physicist Michio Kaku in his book Hyperspace. Recording took place at Ridge Farm Studios in West Sussex and Real World Studio in Wiltshire, and additional recordings were made at David Gilmour's Astoria houseboat studio, Richmond Studios and Abbey Road Studios in London and Sawmills Studio in Fowey, Cornwall. The album was mixed at Sawmills and mastered at Sony Music Studios in London. Origin of Symmetry was produced by Muse with David Bottrill and John Leckie (who worked on the band's first album, Showbiz)
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – 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
-0.30
-0.34 to -0.26
-10.96
-13.74 to -9.46
6
5 to 7
1
New Born
-0.30-9.875
2
Bliss
-0.29-10.125
3
Space Dementia
-0.30-10.275
4
Hyper Music
-0.30-9.625
5
Plug in Baby
-0.26-9.465
6
Citizen Erased
-0.33-11.825
7
Micro Cuts
-0.27-10.506
8
Screenager
-0.34-12.337
9
Darkshines
-0.32-12.176
10
Feeling Good
-0.31-11.756
11
Megalomania
-0.34-13.747
12
Futurism
-0.30-9.876

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