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MUSE - MADNESS (SONG)
Year:2012
Music/Lyrics:Matthew Bellamy
Producer:Muse [Band]
World wide:
ch  Peak: 27 / weeks: 12
de  Peak: 67 / weeks: 5
at  Peak: 56 / weeks: 2
fr  Peak: 14 / weeks: 37
nl  Peak: 43 / weeks: 10
be  Peak: 41 / weeks: 3 (Vl)
  Peak: 10 / weeks: 15 (Wa)
dk  Peak: 38 / weeks: 1
it  Peak: 9 / weeks: 3
es  Peak: 30 / weeks: 1

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TRACKS
20/08/2012
Promo - CD-Single Helium-3 / Warner Bros. - (Warner)
1. Madness
3:34
   

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3:34Madness [Promo]Helium-3 / Warner Bros.
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Single
CD-Single
20/08/2012
4:40The 2nd LawHelium-3 / Warner Bros.
825646568796
Album
CD
28/09/2012
4:40The 2nd Law [Deluxe Edition]Helium-3 / Warner Bros.
2564656878
Album
CD
28/09/2012
3:34NRJ Hits 2013WEA
5053105531127
Compilation
CD
03/12/2012
3:342013 Grammy NomineesCapitol
9799682
Compilation
CD
18/01/2013
Live at Stadio Olimpico Rome, 6 July 20134:37Live At Rome Olympic StadiumHelium-3 / Warner Bros.
2564639421
Album
CD
29/11/2013
Live at Stadio Olimpico Rome, 6 July 20134:37Live At Rome Olympic Stadium [Blu-Ray Edition]Helium-3 / Warner Bros.
825646394203
Album
CD
29/11/2013
MUSIC DIRECTORY
MuseMuse: Discography / Become a fan
Official Site
MUSE IN AUSTRALIAN CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Supermassive Black Hole02/07/2006343
Starlight11/02/2007461
Uprising23/08/20092317
Undisclosed Desires03/01/20101115
Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)06/06/2010374
Psycho29/03/2015441
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Showbiz09/04/2000283
Origin Of Symmetry01/07/2001222
Hullabaloo Soundtrack14/07/2002381
Absolution12/10/20032114
Black Holes & Revelations23/07/2006124
The Resistance27/09/2009143
The 2nd Law14/10/201227
Drones21/06/2015110
SONGS BY MUSE
Aftermath
Agitated
Animals
Apocalypse Please
Ashamed
Assassin
Balloonatic
Bedroom Acoustics
Big Freeze
Blackout
Bliss
Butterflies & Hurricanes
Can't Take My Eyes Off You
Cave
Citizen Erased
City Of Delusion
Coma
Con-Science
Crying Shame
Darkshines
Dead Inside
Dead Star
Defector
Dig Down
Do We Need This
Dracula Mountain
Drones
Easily
Endlessly
Escape
Eternally Missed
Execution Commentary
Exogenesis: Symphony Part I (Overture)
Exogenesis: Symphony Part II (Cross Pollination)
Exogenesis: Symphony Part III (Redemption)
Exo-Politics
Explorers
Falling Away With You
Falling Down
Feeling Good
Fillip
Follow Me
Forced In
Fury
Futurism
Glorious
Guiding Light
Hate This & I'll Love You
Hoodoo
Host
House Of The Rising Sun
Hyper Chondriac Music
Hyper Music
Hysteria
I Belong To You (+Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix)
In Your World
Interlude [Absolution]
Invincible
JFK
Jimmy Kane
Knights Of Cydonia
Liquid State
Madness
Man Of Mystery
Map Of The Problematique
Map Of Your Head
Megalomania
Mercy
Micro Cuts
Minimum
MK Ultra
MK Ultra (MTV Exit & Muse)
Muscle Museum
Nature_1
Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)
New Born
Nishe
Overdue
Panic Station
Piano Thing
Pink Ego Box
Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want
Plug In Baby
Popcorn
Prague
Prelude
Psycho
Reapers
Recess
Resistance
Revolt
Ruled By Secrecy
Save Me
Screenager
Shine
Showbiz
Shrinking Universe
Sign Of The Times
Sing For Absolution
Soaked
Sober
Soldier's Poem
Space Dementia
Spiral Static
Starlight
Starlight (Live 2013)
Stockholm Syndrome
Sunburn
Supermassive Black Hole
Supremacy
Survival - Official Song Of The London 2012 Olympic Games
Take A Bow
The 2nd Law: Isolated System
The 2nd Law: Unsustainable
The Gallery
The Globalist
The Groove
The Handler
The Small Print
Thought Contagion
Thoughts Of A Dying Atheist
Time Is Running Out
Twin
Undisclosed Desires
Unintended
United States Of Eurasia (+Collateral Damage)
Unnatural Selection
Uno
Uprising
We Are The Universe
Who Knows Who (Muse feat. The Streets)
Yes Please
ALBUMS BY MUSE
Absolution
Black Holes & Revelations
Drones
HAARP
Hullabaloo Soundtrack
Live At Rome Olympic Stadium
Maximum Muse
Muscle Museum
Origin Of Symmetry
Plug In Baby
Random 1-8
Showbiz
The 2nd Law
The Resistance
DVDS BY MUSE
Absolution Tour
Hullabaloo: Live At Le Zenith - Paris
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 4.52 (Reviews: 92)
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****
The signal I'm getting from this album is not to expect anything. This, the lead single, ends up sounding like a George Michael song that randomly decides to change into "I Want To Break Free" near the end. And I dare say that there probably won't be any other songs on The 2nd Law that sound like this. It's a song that really took a while to wrap my head around. It is lacking something though so it probably won't ever end up as a favourite of mine.
Last edited: 03/09/2012 16:52
****
i think generally the song is quite ok, very unusual to Muse. however i can't see how it will work out as the single.
****
Solid track.
*****
I've come to appreciate this.
Last edited: 29/09/2012 05:37
****
This is more of what I was expecting for a 'more personal' album. I don't like this love music, this is not bad, it's a bit boring maybe. It's clear Muse's next album will be a lot more electronic. It's good that a band can change their sound. Album should be interesting I just hope there are not many personal songs because I find them not interesting.
******
This is again, another interesting Muse track, but not that excellent. As mentioned above, the beat is quite strange for a Muse track, but is saved by the great guitar work and vocals. Not really a solid lead single too, but is good enough anyway. Hope the album provides a more better sounding sound than this and Unsustainable.

Edit: It's very awesome now! This a real grower.
Last edited: 20/11/2012 09:41
*****
Very intrigued by this song. I actually really like it, and it's a lot better than their dreadful Olympic offering. Reminds me a lot of "Undisclosed Desires", and the song has a real pop crossover chorus. However, I do agree it isn't a very strong first single.
***
mir gefällts nicht soo...die alten muse zeiten haben mir freude bereitet doch jetzt :/ hoffentlich ist dieser und survival nur ein ausrutscher!!
****
Eh, it's a good song. The electronic elements are are used much better than on the horrible, horrible Unsustainable and it's nice to hear them doo something that uses subtely for once. It's still nowhere near as good as whatever Chris Martin or Adam Lambert is saying about it.
Last edited: 29/09/2012 07:14
*****
Quite good, interesting to see Muse moving in a new direction. Overall, it does work pretty well, but this was unexpected. 5*.
Last edited: 12/09/2012 13:55
******
Now my favourite Muse song of all time. They've got some amazing songs but this one tops them all for me. Brilliant.
Last edited: 29/08/2013 23:36
****
muse has better songs than this one, but it's good
****
This is a bit different, but it's still quite good.
*****
Very good song by Muse, extremely epic and expected from Muse .
*****
Awesome track!
******
Peaked at #82 in Australia, 2012.

Topped my personal chart for three weeks (2012).

Came in at #8 on my TOP 200 OF 2012.

Came in at #173 on my TOP 200 OF 2013.
******
Spectacular song, my favourite from Muse since "Resistance". I love the electronic sounds.
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