Muse Song Or Dystopian Novel?

Matt Bellamy and co are famous for writing about the apocalypse, war, and all things bleak and destructive. BUT, they're not the first to do it. Not by a long shot. Can you tell the difference between a Muse lyric and works by the likes of Huxley, Orwell and Burgess?

Radio X
Created by Radio X
On Mar 29, 2017
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“What I do I do because I like to do.”

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"Ending is better than mending. The more stitches, the less riches."

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"Wake to see your true emancipation is a fantasy."

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"You've got to change the world. And use this chance to be heard. Your time is now."

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"Change the course of history and pull us through. And this is the end."

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“It was a pleasure to burn.”

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"War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength."

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"I'll show you a God who falls asleep on the job."

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"All it takes is the elimination of one generation."

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"Link it to the world. Link it to yourself. Stretch it like it's a birth squeeze."

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