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For anyone who is convinced that Radiohead and Muse are, in fact different bands.

We don't think Thom and Matt have the same voice and we don't think the music is similar.

We don't want your opinions on which band is better, you just have to listen to Muse and Radiohead and agree they are totally different.

I think that's fair enough, don't you?

Oh and we also know that Muse didn't cover Creep.

Have fun and please keep it friendly. Or Thom might eat you...

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  • AngelBeeps

    Whomever created this group is a gentleman and a scholar.

    18 Jul 2015 Responder
  • mgp1497

    haha why can't we all just get along? ...coming from a starting out muse fan who has become a convert to both sides, i can see the roots coming from rh. however, i really sense a different sound. radiohead relies more on guitar, bass on a lot of albums. muse is more synth. i do feel like they both have their "futuristic" and "dystopian" phases. (ie: muse=the resistance/black holes & revelations; radiohead= kid a/ amnesiac) ...and i appreciate their styles equally. lately i have been trying to listen as much as i can to both off and on to find these similarities people speak of, but as a true fan i feel like i should just appreciate both.

    6 Dic 2010 Responder
  • skistar123

    Imo Coldplay try to sound like Radiohead. Once they had found this 'sound' they then replicated it into 4 hugely popular albums. They problem was, they only ever found one of Radiohead's many sounds and now all their stuff just sounds like one song rewritten over and over again.

    8 Oct 2010 Responder
  • m1aarge

    amen to that. there are only two things they've got in common: both are my fav bands :D and both awesome live!

    25 Ago 2010 Responder
  • GabRiegel

    Oh yeah. Totally diferent.

    11 Jul 2010 Responder
  • HexachromeDream

    Thank God I found this group! They're different, they're completely different, but both gorgeous))

    10 Jun 2010 Responder
  • _Marinaaa

    Oh, and while we're at it: Coldplay DOES NOT sound like Radiohead. Radiohead are gods. Coldplay are... I'm not saying the word, it might sound too rude.

    7 May 2010 Responder
  • darkoinrainbows

    Thank God for this group! lol

    16 Mar 2010 Responder
  • Reddyredd

    First, I'd like to set one thing straight, and this should offend no other band: Radiohead has created a couple of the most amazing albums ever known. That said, why should it be of any offense if another band draws from that influence and generates some very excellent music of their own? Muse has some very very good stuff, and I am very impressed. I'm old enough to remember 'Creep' as a one-hitter, then being STUNNED by and falling in love with The Bends. Then, Holy Sh!t, OK Computer. Yes, Muse do creep a little too much into Radiohead theatrics sometimes (though like Guy Stephenson said below, they both owe a debt to Jeff Buckley). But damn am I glad they are there to carry the torch. Some AMAZING stuff, and it sounds like they are just getting better.

    8 Mar 2010 Responder
  • Weetahix

    both r too different to compare, both have good and bad aspects to them lool still love them both

    7 Ene 2010 Responder
  • Mausthemighty

    I love both bands, but I can't tell why they're always being compared to eachother. It's very annoying when people do that. It does no justice to their music!

    13 Nov 2009 Responder
  • timmy_boy10

    I may not have listened to a huge amount of radiohead but i've heard enough to know that they and muse sound different. They may have small similarities but almost all bands share similarities with other bands, it's called their influences. P.S. Muse are better :)

    7 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Piki768

    The only similarity is the falsetto. But Thom's is more of a pretty falsetto, while Matt's is like a pretty falsetto on mushrooms.

    7 Oct 2009 Responder
  • NerdrageMcGee

    Great group. Yeah, I totally don't hear what so similar about them.

    8 Sep 2009 Responder
  • Nika_Tenebras

    omg, great group :dd i'm in sympathy with majority, muse and radiohead are completely different, and i haven't an idea why people like to compare them x_x but also i think that early muse is sounds like radiohead's creep - both are sad and meaning "teenage angst" :p ok-ok, i jest! xd

    27 Ago 2009 Responder
  • AxlIn07

    When Muse's first album came out, Showbiz MIGHT'VE sounded a little like The Bends, but by the time they broke out with Absolution on 2003, Radiohead didn't even sound like Radiohead anymore. Both are amazing bands with their own unique sound - Muse is equal parts spacey and hard rock, and Radiohead...well, you just have to hear them for yourself to define them.

    11 Ago 2009 Responder
  • BarcaReichman

    Thanks God for this group! Muse aren't Raidohead!! Love Muse <3

    7 Ago 2009 Responder
  • egyptianhead

    The only RH song that sounds like Muse to me is Pearly*

    29 Jul 2009 Responder
  • coldmuse

    \/ You're thinking of Rage Against the Machine.

    10 Mar 2009 Responder
  • koooqi11

    both Matthew Bellamy and Thom Yorke sing Falsetto Radiohead are use more Acoustic instruments and are more Electronic than Muse Muse are harder and have faster tempo Imagine a harder Paranoid Android with calmer singing it will be so muse like but some songs when am not fully sober i won't find a difference between Muse and Radiohead like Hoodoo and Exit Song for example Muse is my favourite band but it is similar to Radiohead and even matty consider Radiohead the main influence for his music don't he ?

    19 Feb 2009 Responder
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