Gotta be plugged in still
Love the song AND the album cover.
Even their joke songs are amazing.
What kind of fan likes Arcade Fire enough to buy a $50+ ticket, but not enough to tuck in their fucking shirt or wear a costume? Why wouldn’t you want to join in on the fun?
That’s how the secret Atoms For Peace show in Austin was.
Atoms played a “secret” show. Just got back, it was awesome.
You can catch one in that new Arcade Fire video too.
Zane Lowe is only pretending that he knows what’s happening for the last like ten minutes of this video
Maybe I’m just craving new Arcade Fire? Listening back I’m still enjoying it a lot.
Wow this is really good
Which is probably weird. I think the Ghosts/Slip picks might be because of how much the Lights In The Sky tour blew my mind. Still great albums though, Ghosts is *vastly* underrated.
My favorite is Social Network, with Ghosts second, then The Slip.
Yeah I’m definitely for the cool down, I just think the samples maybe sound a little out of place sometimes. But awesome album. You crazy for this one Yeezus.
Listened to it twice, really good. Is it just me or does the last song seem a little disjointed at times?
I’m bad at this but goddammit I’m excited for new Boards of Canada
I probably wouldn’t say better, but I’d definitely say nearly as good. Really great album.
Strongly disagree with the Bankrupt! comparison. Tap Out is great, Bankrupt! is, with the exception of maybe 2 songs, greater.
I didn’t know that either. Interesting. When I saw Spoon at Fun Fun Fun Fest in 2011 Britt voiced his disappointment that the Damned were playing at the same time. Dude really likes the Damned.
No way is Transference second to last, that album is amazing. Although I definitely see the difficulty in ranking these albums, they’re all so good. Besides Telepohno, even the dudes in Spoon have some reservations about Telephono.
Best song on the album for sure
I thought it was Beck.
Britt looking a lot like Aphex Twin at 0:50. This is a really cool video.
I agree with Reckoner being one of Radiohead’s best songs, but I’d say as far as “the closest he’ll ever come to singing R&B”, I’m gonna give that one to House of Cards.