Simulation Theory (Deluxe) - Muse

Simulation Theory (Deluxe)


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2018-11-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 16

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


Title Artist Time
Algorithm Muse 4:05 GBP 0.99
The Dark Side Muse 3:47 GBP 0.99
Pressure Muse 3:55 GBP 0.99
Propaganda Muse 3:00 GBP 0.99
Break It to Me Muse 3:37 GBP 0.99
Something Human Muse 3:46 GBP 0.99
Thought Contagion Muse 3:26 GBP 0.99
Get Up and Fight Muse 4:04 GBP 0.99
Blockades Muse 3:50 GBP 0.99
Dig Down Muse 3:48 GBP 0.99
The Void Muse 4:44 GBP 0.99
Algorithm (Alternate Reality V Muse 3:32 GBP 0.99
The Dark Side (Alternate Reali Muse 3:54 GBP 0.99
Propaganda (Acoustic Version) Muse 2:58 GBP 0.99
Something Human (Acoustic Vers Muse 3:46 GBP 0.99
Dig Down (Acoustic Gospel Vers Muse 3:57 GBP 0.99


  • Marmite!

    By Fozeyes
    Been a fan since Showbiz in 99. However, To lots of ‘fans’ every Muse album is a marmite moment. Some may be happy for the band to churn out ‘origin of symmetry’ or ‘absolution’ every couple of years. But, and it’s a big but, you need to get over yourself and embrace the madness that Matt Bellamy and the guys deliver every few years. Get up and fight is an epic moment on an album of epic moments. Very poppy and definitely catchy. For once they’ve delivered an album where the self indulgent symphonies have been sidelined for an album full of top tunes. Bang on the headphones, dig down, accept some thought contagion and feel something human.
  • The best are back

    By Warmachine73
    Took me a few listens but then I loved it, most if not all of the songs are great. Stand outs are algorithm, dark side, blockades & pressure.
  • An album that will divide fans

    By Turbo Saxon
    Once again, critics and 'fans' alike, have failed to 'get it'. Muse's newest experimental concept album 'Simulation Theory' is exactly what it says on the tin.; a simulation. An intertwined synthesis of 80's throwback into a virtual reality. The lead vocals are as strong as ever and over-production compensated for with acoustic genius. Listen once and criticise, listen twice and it grows on you. Listen thrice and it will pull you into the Dark Side. Shameless guitar riffs will be back, but for now, embrace the reality - it's virtual after all.
  • Nice Work Muse!

    By enlilninlil
    Bold sounds, familiar yet fresh vibe, sexy, dark, moody, funny - I like it a lot!
  • Whatever happened to Muse the rock band

    By andyroo59
    It’s just run of the mill electric pop. Not for me I afraid. Thought Contagion and that’s it..
  • Fantastic

    By SweetOne123
    I love 80s music & synth sounds, so with classic Muse thrown into the mix it’s pure bliss!
  • Not as good as usual

    By Deakyyyyyyyy
    I didn’t enjoy the songs as much as the old ones. Sorry muse!
  • Not as good as they used to be:(

    By Stu lee rog
    As a long time muse fan,they are not as rockin as they used to be.drones was more rock than they have been for a while,lots of computer rock and less guitars don’t do it for me.they have run out of ideas I’m sorry to say the best is behind them 👹
  • Love the synth!

    By Nisassa
    One of the most unique and original bands out there. Another great album.
  • Nothing New

    By TheBizzleHimself
    If you want an Album that sounds like every other release from Muse then this album is for you.