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". It is analytical in orientation, offering close (analytical) readings of Funeral's 10 tracks from the.

Love, loss, forced coming-of-age and fragile hope: The debut from this seven-­member band touched on these themes as it defined.

Landmark Productions: Arcade Fire – Funeral After surviving personnel difficulties and a misfiring debut EP, Arcade Fire roared onto to the scene with a unique.

6K. Unfortunately he just missed out on the group blowing up as they. Preliminary recordings for Funeral were made during the course of a week in August 2003 at the Hotel2Tango in Montreal , Quebec , and the recording was completed later that year all in an analogue recording format.

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Well this song's about how parents use sleep to hide things from their children.

It is extremely deep and emotional and I have to say, it touches me in a very personal way.

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Arcade Fire - Funeral review: A beautiful musical opus that transcends its surface meaning with moments of both heart-wrenching tragedy and uplifting encouragement. .

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This is an album about death - and about resurrection; about disillusionment - and about hope; about confusion - and about.
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The famous and successful The Suburbs by Arcade Fire won the Album of the Year by its eccentric alternative rock vibe.


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Albums of the decade No 5: Arcade Fire – Funeral. . . "Rebellion (Lies)" is a song by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. . These songs demonstrate a collective subliminal recognition of the powerful but oddly distanced pain that follows the death of an aging loved one.

The Perfect Album To Cry To: “Funeral” by Arcade Fire.

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Funeral is obviously informed by nostalgia, but Arcade Fire manages to transcend I Love the ’80s retro fever and locate something more personal and meaningful, outside the sprawl of pop culture.

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Arcade Fire recorded a new version of this song for the soundtrack of the 2009 children's movie Where The Wild Things Are.

The film's director Spike Jonze told Digital Spy: "I met Arcade Fire on their first record, Funeral.