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Adaptation of Muse's song "New Born." The 6th release in my website's weekly-song experiment. Visit my website ( and subscribe to the RSS for more weekly-songs.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

love this song.

its one of my favorites although the synths draw me off just a tad. no matter! still good! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yay! MUSE!

Dude, I love this sooo much. Muse is my favourite band and I think you did a very great job at remixing one of my favourite songs. This has a very catchy beat that i just can't help but move to. =) Well done!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I rate it 8 to be fair, but my personal preference was less.

It held to me real close like this was going to be amazing but it lost me in the massive synthetic overload at 1:04.

I would even go as far and say that intro was better than the original song intro, much more smooth in evolution but reached and even higher level of "Oh shit". The overly typical techno feel made that so anti-climactic and then the remix decided to go back into the baroque period in style.

I personally didn't like it but only because i was expecting this to be less techno-ish, despite the fact the title had "noob" in it. But I don't want my preference in taste to wrongly affect your ratings.

For what it is worth, this is definitely a show of talent and acoustic awareness in that mind of yours.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Musseeee :D

Omg I have to listen to this song now! I love Muse and I love your work so I JUST PLAIN LOVED THIS! :D Damn your techno beats I love em :P


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

why this obsessive repetition? where's the rest?

where is the b section? you just use the same phrase over and over, but it is some much more detailed than that! what you did was great, but the second section of the song is a must!!

keatonkeaton999 responds:

that's why i call it an adaptation and not necessarily a remix of their song. i only borrowed the very opening notes, and worked off those. i didn't borrow their melodies or style for the rest of the song.