johnny of the Well

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What If Muse Was A Post-rock Band...

Serious thought: if Muse had started off as a post-rock band an devolped their sound in that vein, they would be a million times better today. List is Muse ranked

First up, Bellamy's falsetto would sound amazing over soft postrock moments before
a build-up
Origin of Symmetry

Muse can write beautiful songs (Blackout is a great example) and would use this part
of their sound to make an immersive foundation
3 Muse
Black Holes & Revelations

They also know how to write a good build-up/climax (Take a Bow, Megalomania, Ruled
By Secrecy)

They are creative enough to be able to make 6 potential albums worth of postrock
somewhat diverse and interesting
The Resistance

They would have been able to be ambitious and grandoise right from the start
without sounding cringe
The 2nd Law

They'd never have gotten mainsteam attention
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