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“Plug in Baby” by Muse


Abrial Rand

Sophomore Ari Sakar is currently listening to “Plug In Baby” by Muse. The song deals with how we should not rely so heavily on technology.

Micah Freeman, Staff Writer

Sophomore Ari Sakar is listening to “Plug in Baby” by Muse.The song was made in 2001 and was voted for the best guitar riff of the 2000s.

“It’s about how technology isn’t the best thing,” Sakar said.

The song starts off with a guitar riff and then transitions into the actual song. The singer starts talking about how technology confuses people and has people lost within it.

“The guitar riff is my favorite part of the song,” Sakar said.” It’s so sick.”

Muse is an English rock band that was formed in 1994. They released their debut album “Showbiz” in 1998. The band has won many awards including two Grammy awards, two Brit awards, and five MTV Europe Music awards.

If you want a song that deals with over-reliance on technology, “Plug in Baby” is for you.