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Revision as of 17:37, 10 December 2019

Welcome to MuseWiki
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MuseWiki

MuseWiki is the ultimate resource centre for the British rock band Muse. It doubles up as a community and a fansite, provides up to date and disturbingly detailed information about every concept of the band Muse. It's a Muse universe. So make sure you take a good look at this Muse fansite and help out if you think some sections are wrong or some bits need improving.

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Muse

MattSm15.jpg Matthew Bellamy
(vocals, guitar, keyboard, keytar, lyrics)

ChrisSm4.jpg Christopher Wolstenholme
(bass, backing vocals, keyboard, guitar)

DomSm5.jpg Dominic Howard
(percussion, human bones, synthesiser)

Did you know?

...that Matthew Bellamy's father was a member of The Tornadoes, the first British band ever to have a number one single in the United States?

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