Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Brandon, Jul 12, 2013.
Double album, eh? Not sure how I feel about that.
A double album with only 12 tracks?
Yeah, it's a double album but the tracklist length is like most normal albums. Not sure what that could mean.
Not feeling the new song, but I'm sure that there will be some magic among other 11 songs...
Double album with 12 tracks? Maybe there are a couple extra lengthy songs. Even a 30+ minute one, maybe.
An Arcade Fire live/comedy special aired after SNL last night. They performed "Here Comes The Night Time," "We Exist," and "Normal People." They also played "Afterlife" on SNL. Featuring cameos from James Franco, Bono, Rainn Wilson, Michael Cera, Aziz Ansari, Zach Galifianakis, and others.
You can listen to the songs here http://vk.com/arcadefire?w=wall-19806309_1705
The videos are up on youtube also.
also it's said that the second half of the album will sound distinctly different from the first half.
Digged this a lot!
NME : http://www.nme.com/blogs/nme-blogs/arcade-fire-reflektor-first-listen-track-by-track
CD 01: 36 minutes and 19 seconds
CD 02: 39 minutes and 02 seconds.
Entire album: 75.35 minutes or one hour fifteen minutes and twenty one seconds.
13 tracks total.
That's a very... short double album...
In case you missed it, four new songs were debuted live. Here's Supersymmetry:
Sounds like it could have been on Lorde's album.
Edit: Studio version of Afterlife.
Liking the music a lot! I'm really looking forward to this album.
Reflektor has been released in Australia. I've taken the afternoon off to listen to this album!
Arcade Fire has uploaded the whole album to YouTube as a giant lyric video.
And they're calling it a teaser?
I haven't watched the video, but the music is quite good. Words I never thought I'd use to describe indie music (as you can probably tell, my first time listening to Arcade Fire).
That's interesting, because I love a lot of "indie" type music, but I'm really not sure how I feel about this album. I might love it or not care about it and I can't figure out which it is.
Makes sense to me; the things I don't like about indie aren't present on this album.
The title track got my ass shakin'
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