Funeral is the debut studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on September 14, 2004 by Merge Records. It was given its title because several band members had recently lost members of their families; Régine Chassagne's grandmother died in June 2003, Win and William Butler's grandfather (swing musician Alvino Rey) in February 2004, and Richard Reed Parry's aunts in April 2004.
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Arcade Fire named the album this song is on Funeral partly due to the fact that they lost a number of friends while recording. But those losses sparked a more general contemplation of the contribution of the older generations and how they both affected and were affected by the passage of time in the twentieth century. In this light, Neighborhood (Power Out) is set in the North American economic boom of the ‘80s and ‘90s
You are listening to the song Neighborhood (Laika) by Arcade Fire. The highest quality of audio that you can download is flac. Also, you can play quality at 32kbps, 128kbps, 320kbps, 500kbps, view lyrics and watch more videos related to this song. You are listening to the song Neighborhood (Laika) by Arcade Fire, in album Funeral. Also, you can play quality at 32kbps, view lyrics and watch more videos related to this song. Neighborhood (Tunnels) - Arcade Fire. In The Backseat - Arcade Fire. Neighborhood (Laika) - Arcade Fire. Une Annee Sans Lumiere - Arcade Fire. Neighborhood (Power Out) - Arcade Fire. Neighborhood (7 Kettles) - Arcade Fire. Crown Of Love - Arcade Fire.
sort by album sort by song. EP: "Arcade Fire" (2003). Old Flame I'm Sleeping In A Submarine No Cars Go The Woodlands National Anthem My Heart Is An Apple Headlights Look Like Diamonds Vampire, Forest Fire. album: "Funeral" (2004). Neighborhood (Tunnels) Neighborhood (Laika) Une Annee Sans Lumiere Neighborhood (Power Out) Neighborhood (7 Kettles) Crown Of Love Wake Up Haïti Rebellion (Lies) In The Backseat My Buddy Brazil. album: "Neon Bible" (2007).
Neighborhood (Laika)' might not hold the same power it did when ‘Funeral,’ the Arcade Fire's full-length debut, came out, but it only suffers because the group has so many other great songs. At No. 9 on the 10 Best Arcade Fire Songs list, '(Antichrist Television Blues)' might strike some as strangely titled.
Arcade Fire's sprawling set-up is like a small community onstage, but at its core, the band is the songwriting duo of husband and wife Win Butler and Régine Chassagne. Both lost a grandparent during the recording of their debut album, and the theme of death dominates "Funeral," released Sept. Two albums later, Arcade Fire won the Grammy for Album of the Year for The Suburbs, a spot usually reserved for standards, classic rock, and adult contemporary. A year later, the like-minded Bon Iver won Best New Artist and it seemed critically acclaimed indie had become a new form of adult contemporary. Neighborhood (Laïka) : Where "Neighborhood was pensive and hopeful, its follower is visceral and desperate. With a little accordion to fancy up the thrashing guitars, Butler sings of domestic violence, suicidal thoughts, and falling out touch with one’s past.
Neighborhood (Power Out). Wake Up" sounds like it was written for a revolution. Arcade Fire didn't start one - their songs ape the best bits of Springsteen, U2 and the Talking Heads - they merely sound like it, and in so doing have gotten several folks believing in collectives, Canadians and the power of jams to inspire joy and conviction. This album evokes familial connections, love affairs and the bonds of friendship; if it were a Rorschach drawing you'd say it looked like passion itself. What the band is so exuberant about is simply being a band. Their songs have purpose but.
2005 - Neighborhood 3 Power Out/02 - Arcade Fire - Neighborhood Power Out (August Session).