"The National Anthem" follows the title track on Radiohead's fourth album, 2000's 'Kid A.'
"Muscle Museum" is Muse's third single ever, and the second song on their 1999 debut, 'Showbiz.'
"Sail to the Moon" is a song from on Radiohead's sixth record, 2003's 'Hail to the Thief.'
"Teo Torriatte (Let Us Cling Together)" is from Queen's 1976 record 'A Day at the Races,' the band's fifth.
"All Dead, All Dead" shows up on 1977's 'News of the World,' Queen's sixth album, the one with "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions." Other grim titles on the album include "My Melancholy Blues" and "Who Needs You."
"Butterflies and Hurricanes" appears on Muse's third album, 2003's 'Absolution.'
"Planet Telex" is the opener from 1995's 'The Bends,' Radiohead's sophomore LP.
"Vegetable" is track eight on Radiohead's 1993 debut, 'Pablo Honey.'
"Myxomatosis" comes from Radiohead's sixth record, 2003's 'Hail to the Thief.'
"Machines (Or 'Back To Humans')" is on Queen's 11th album, 1984's 'The Works.'
The six-minute two-parter comes from Muse's fifth album, 2009's 'The Resistance.'
"Screenager" is on Muse's sophomore album, 2001's 'Origin of Symmetry.'
"Tenement Funster" is a 1974 jam from Queen's 'Sheer Heart Attack,' the band's third record.
"Subterranean Homesick Alien" shows up on Radiohead's landmark third album, 1997's 'OK Computer.' It's a reference to Bob Dylan's 1965 single "Subterranean Homesick Blues."
"Map of the Problematique" is a single Muse's fourth album, 2007's 'Black Holes and Revelations.'
"Exogenesis: Symphony" is the three-part closer from 2009's 'The Resistance,' Muse's fifth album.
"Treefingers" shows up on Radiohead's beloved fourth album, 2000's 'Kid A.'
"Is This the World We Created?" is the closing cut on Queen's 11th album, 1984's 'The Works.' According to Wiki (grain of salt: consume it), "The song was played at every Queen concert from 1984 to 1986."
"Stockholm Syndrome" is a live staple for Muse, and track five on the band's breakout album, 2003's 'Absolution.'
"She Makes Me (Stormtrooper in Stilettos)" is an amazingly titled cut from 1974's 'Sheer Heart Attack,' Queen's third album.