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|EP by Muse|
|Released||11 May 1998|
|Producer||Muse, Paul Reeve|
Muse is the debut extended play (EP) by English alternative rock band Muse. Limited to 999 hand-numbered copies, it was released on 11 May 1998 by Sawmills Studio label Dangerous Records. Three of the EP's four songs – "Overdue", "Cave" and "Escape" – were re-recorded for the band's full-length debut album Showbiz, while the same recording of the song "Coma" was rereleased as a B-side on the "Cave" Single.
All songs written and composed by Matthew Bellamy.
- Matthew Bellamy – lead vocals, guitar, piano, production
- Christopher Wolstenholme – bass, backing vocals, production
- Dominic Howard – drums, percussion, artwork, production
- Additional personnel
- Paul Reeve – production, mixing on "Cave" and "Coma"
- John Cornfield – mixing on "Overdue" and "Escape"
- Chris Davison – photography
Trivia and media
On the cover of the EP is a distorted and rearranged image of the band's drummer, Dominic Howard.
A slightly different image appears in the American film 12 Monkeys. Bruce Willis is seen tearing down Muse posters in Philadelphia in 1996, revealing the titular symbol spraypainted in red on the building's wall; however, the Vortex (the location of the show on the poster) is a club in London.