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Chris Martin praises Muse's Madness
In a message on Twitter, Martin said: "Having been their opening act 13 years ago I'm proud to say that I think this is Muse's best song ever."
And it seems that Coldplay fans also like the track with Chris retweeting many of their comments about it.
One fan informed Chris that the track is supposedly written about Matt Bellamy's other half Hollywood actress Kate Hudson.
Madness is the latest single from Muse's new album The 2nd Law and follows on from Survival which was the Olympic theme song.
Speaking about the track recently Bellamy told Entertainment.ie: "Madness was a song where we really wanted to keep things a bit more simple and stripped down and write a song that was lyrically easy to relate to and not trying to be too elaborate with things.
"It's actually based on a 12 bar blues which is very unusual for us as well. The influence is kinda from gospel, soul that kind of area and obviously R and B as well."
Bellamy recently told NME that he had worked really hard on his guitar playing for the album, which is the band's sixth studio release.
The group also tried their hands at some producing.
Published by A.WPosted on 23 Aug 2012 15:07 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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