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Arcade Fire

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Arcade Fire  Rebellion (Lies)   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Black Mirror   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  The Suburbs   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Wake Up   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Keep the Car Running   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Intervention   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  No Cars Go   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Broken Window   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Old Flame   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Vampire Forest Fire   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Suburban War   buy on itunes
Arcade Fire  Neighborhood #2 (Laika)   buy on itunes

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“Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)” is more than just the curtain-raising cut on Arcade Fire’s breakthrough album, Funeral; it’s a cold-shower shot between the eyes, a call to arms that’ll send a chill straight up your spine every . . . single . . . time. Which is exactly why the collective become Montreal’s biggest indie-rock band — a personal favorite of Davids Bowie and Byrne. Like a secular tent revival full of beautiful freaks, the instrument-swapping collective play music as if their will to live depends on it. That includes everything from such early fan favorites as the severe synth-pop storm of “Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)” and the ecstatic chorus lines of “Rebellion (Lies)” to the shimmering chase-scene keys of “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains),” one of many standout tracks on their first chart-topping platter, The Suburbs, which beat out the favored nominations of Eminem, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Lady Antebellum to scoop 2011’s GRAMMY® Award for Album of the Year: an indie triumph to savor.
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