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Before the Olympics came to a close on Sunday, Morning Edition producer Ben Bergman chatted with one of the night's hometown acts, Muse. Bandmates Matt Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard stopped by NPR West to talk about their new album "The 2nd Law," and all three English rockers lined up to show some international NPR love while they were at it.

Ben made sure to get the low down on the record's Olympic-inspired song, "Survival," for The Record blog.

Look out for Ben's full interview with the band on Morning Edition.

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