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Muse explore dubstep while educating fans about sustainability. Passion Pit and Japandroids, however, just like to party.
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Muse provides details for their sixth album including tracklist and cover art. They also explain the meaning behind 'The 2nd Law' and incorporate a bit of dubstep.