Simulation Theory - Muse

Simulation Theory


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-11-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2018, Muse under exclusive licence to Warner Music UK Limited with the exception of t


Title Artist Time
Algorithm Muse 4:05 USD 1.29
The Dark Side Muse 3:47 USD 1.29
Pressure Muse 3:55 USD 1.29
Propaganda Muse 3:00 USD 1.29
Break it to Me Muse 3:37 USD 1.29
Something Human Muse 3:46 USD 1.29
Thought Contagion Muse 3:26 USD 1.29
Get Up and Fight Muse 4:04 USD 1.29
Blockades Muse 3:50 USD 1.29
Dig Down Muse 3:48 USD 1.29
The Void Muse 4:44 USD 1.29


  • How!

    By M(!)nster
    This is truly amazing. I never would have guessed that this album idea would work but I better never question Muse for they have mastered music. I mean that, I play music but I honestly could not imagine such diversity and mastering everything they have ever tried. I hope they play Algorithm alternate reality version on tour. Id pay $1000 just to see it live :)
  • Excellent dudes!! :)

    By Cholex 3000
    These super Cool songs, a tsunami sOUNd and outstanding imagery that Muse puts out today for us, is as impressive as witnessing music take shape on our TV screens in the 80’s. A real heavy bad ;)
  • Better than Drones

    By AceAster1000
    I did not enjoy Dig down when it came out. I didn't like thought contagion either. I wasn't mad because my opinion of Muse doesn't change if they release new material I'm not fond of. I'll just go back and listen to showbiz or absolution. Now after hearing the album I am not disappointed. There's are a few pop joints but it is definitely better than drones. I love algorithm, the void, the dark side, blockades and get up and fight. It's a mix of old Muse with a new sound. Now I'm not a fan of the rest of the songs on there but it's rare to like every song on an album. Five new songs added to my playlist, how can I complain? Thank you muse for still releasing music after all these years. See you on tour.
  • Yeah

    By Idlegamah
  • Eh

    By Spaceman582
    I’ll say this. The singles they put were pretty good.(maybe not so much Something Human). Thought contagion, Pressure, Dig Down, and Dark Side were very promising. But songs like propaganda, break it to me, and Get up and Fight are downright terrible. They sully this album to a degree I find inexcusable. I understand that they were probably going for something new and that’s fine. They did this with The 2nd Law and it produced one of their best albums. But this just sounds like a worse version of that album. It tries to be a concept album about the idea that we all live inside a simulation, and it achieves at the beginning, but then it completely falls flat. I’m incredibly disappointing in these three specific songs since they simply just don’t deliver. I did like Algorithm and Blockades, but everything else that came with the full release was pretty bad.
  • Great Album

    By Donaldnguyen99
    I admire their inspirations and retracing of their roots in these songs. The Void and Blockade are great!
  • Great

    By Stanelone42
    It’s still Muse, people. They’re still making great music. Every album is different and has something different to offer. I love Simulation Theory, just like Drones, The Second Law, and The Resistance.
  • Better than Drones and T2L but still not quite good

    By Jamie 'Hollywood' Rockwell
    Some cool jams but lyrics have taken a nosedive over the past 3 albums
  • Something (Almost Muse)

    By SeatonATL
    Yes, it still sounds like Muse but just with lazy written lyrics. I started worrying about the band when Drones came out. I still enjoyed it but it didn’t and still does not hold a candle to their prior albums. And now we have this haphazardly written piece. I won’t be buying it and I hope that they read this. Please Muse, please step back and take some time to develop, (write), your next album. Show us all why we started following you in the first place. I dare you!
  • Hyped Up

    By stevenator73
    I just heard the dark side. Best single from the album. They never dissapoint