Arcade Fire (Musical group) (Music CD - 2013)
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Authors: Arcade Fire (Musical group)
Title: Reflektor
[sound recording]
Publisher: [Chapel Hill, NC] : Merge Records, [2013]
Characteristics: 2 sound discs :,digital :,4 3/4 in.
audio file,CD audio,rda
Content Type: performed music
Media Type: audio
Carrier Type: audio disc
Notes: Compact disc.
Lyrics inserted in container.
Contents: Disc 1. Reflektor ; We exist ; Flashbulb eyes ; Here comes the night time ; Normal person ; You already know ; Joan of Arc
Disc 2. Here comes the night time II ; Awful sound (Oh Eurydice) ; It's never over (Hey Orpheus) ; Porno ; Afterlife ; Supersymmetry.
Local Note: Master record variable field(s) change: 100, 110, 505, 650 - Master record encoding level change WorldCat Holdings
1 6 15 27 29 53 56 57 61 67 74 76 80 97 109 112 118 133 138 149 151 152 153 159 167 172 173 175 176 182 193 203 210 211 216 226 231 236 243 244 250 262 264 274
Statement of Responsibility: Arcade Fire
Performers: Arcade Fire.
Event: Recorded at Sonovox Studios, Montreal ; additional recording at various studios in Jamaica, Louisiana, and Montreal.
Subject Headings: Alternative rock music. Progressive rock music. Rock music Canada 2011-2020.
Topical Term: Alternative rock music.
Progressive rock music.
Rock music
Publisher No: MGR4858
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Jan 25, 2014
  • anthonybencivengo rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

While this album's content doesn't quite seem to match its sprawling ambition, it's still a thoughtful, often moving - and always very dance-able - meditation on love in a "reflective age".


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Seventy minutes of wide-screen dance rock co-produced by LCD Soundsystem retiree James Murphy, the Grammy-grabbing, high-aiming, arena-filling, indie-earnest family band does what the Clash, Talking Heads and so many before it have done: reconnect rock to its dance-floor soul. There are flashes of glam, punk, disco, electro, dub reggae and Haitian rara. Being Arcade Fire, there's also emo dramatics and cultural critiques (staring at screens: don't do it!). Of course, the haters hated; the chin-scratchers debated the politics of the album's Caribbean undercurrents. But that ability to provoke actual feelings is what makes this great. And no release this year had a more entertaining rollout brouhaha. Stephen Colbert called them pretentious to their faces; they laughed too. And then the party started.

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Arcade Fire - Reflektor

Video directed by Anton Corbijn

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