17 July: On this day, back in 2001, Muse released their epic, totally insane second album, Origin Of Symmetry. Ditching the indier leanings of their debut, Muse returned as terrifying wall of prog-noise - incorporating hard rock, classical, pop, jazz and everything in between.
From the opening, now legendary, notes of lead single 'Plug In Baby', it became obvious that Muse were a band reborn - setting them on the road to the stadium-filling, space-rock icons that they are today.
Not only was it the album that established them as one of the best live bands on the planet, but it's regarded by most as a modern classic. Here are Origin Of Symmetry's 11 tracks, ranked in order of greatness.