English 'rock band' Muse have been praised for 'saving their fans a packet' with the release of their latest album, titled 'Eternal Fires of Duplication'.
'I was really worried that I'd have to fork out my hard-earned on something similar-but-slightly-different-from-last-time,' said one Muse fan, 'but thankfully it's pretty-much identical, so I can just play their last album on shuffle and be none the wiser.'
Recession-busting Muse have followed in the footsteps of other thrifty musicians, such as U2, Bloc Party and Cliff Richard. Dubbed 'the Peter Pan of Pop' due to his affinity with fairies and cockrel-crowing voice, Richard has spent decades releasing near-identical albums to save his adoring fans having to struggle down town and clog up the streets with their tartan shopping trolleys and zimmer frames.
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