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Review: Muse goes big -- as always -- at Staples Center
Review: Muse goes big -- as always -- at Staples Center

The English band Muse does everything on a grand scale: giant prog-rock riffs, elaborate laser-light displays, songs with titles such as “Supremacy” and “Exogenesis: Symphony Part 2 (Cross-Pollination).” When the International Olympic Committee required an anthem for last summer’s London Games, it knew just where to look. “Survival,” Muse’s heavily orchestrated treatise on athletic determination, could make a round of ping-pong feel epic. Yet despite the band’s well-established commitment to hugeness -- it broke through to American audiences in 2006 with “Supermassive Black Hole” --  you had to register some kind of...

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