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“Exogenesis: Symphony”, commonly known as simply “Exogenesis”, is a song by English alternative rock band Muse, featured on their 2009 fifth studio album The Resistance. Written by lead vocalist, guitarist and pianist Matthew Bellamy over the course of a number of years, the song is presented as a symphony in three movements entitled “Overture”, “Cross-Pollination” and “Redemption” respectively, each occupying a separate track at the end of the album and spanning nearly 13 minutes in total. “Exogenesis” was released as a single in the United States on 19 April 2010, with 500 copies to be made available by import in the United Kingdom through the band’s official website. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Who are we ... Where are we ... When are we

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More songs by Muse (See Charts): Take A Bow, Dark Shines, Dead Star/in Your World, Butterflies And Hurricanes, Feeling Good, Sunburn, Blackout, Sing For Absolution, Space Dementia, and Invincible.

Popular in Symphony (See Charts): I Hear A Symphony, I Hear A Symphony, When I Come Of Age, Symphony No. 7, Jillian, What Have You Done, Our Solemn Hour, Sonnet, The Swan Song, and Bitter Sweet Symphony.


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