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JohnXDoesn't
August 25th 2007


1354 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

overrated album by many. not very distinctive, fairly generic within the genre

Electric City
Emeritus
August 29th 2007


15761 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

October 6th, the Arcade Fire are playing around me. I'm going =D.

The Jungler
August 29th 2007


4826 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I might try and get tickets too.

blackmilk
August 29th 2007


583 Comments


i like this more than funeral now

blackmilk
August 29th 2007


583 Comments


the production and overall sound on this album is leagues ahead of funeral. i listened to that album to death.

Two-Headed Boy
September 16th 2007


4527 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It's grown on me a tad. But Funeral still has Haiti and Rebellion so it wins.

MrKite
October 17th 2007


5020 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Funeral has really good songs and really mediocre songs, this however has really good songs and pretty good songs. Funeral's really good top this ones though.

Electric City
Emeritus
October 18th 2007


15761 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think No Cars Go owns all of Funeral. In fact I'm beginning to like the two albums more equally.

Yyy
October 18th 2007


289 Comments


no cars go is like the worst song though

Electric City
Emeritus
October 18th 2007


15761 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I need to get some of whatever you're hitting, must be good stuff.

Kiran
Emeritus
October 23rd 2007


6020 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I am in love with No Cars Go.

Digging: D'Angelo - Voodoo

McP3000
October 23rd 2007


3949 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

What is the theme around the album? Is it critical of christianity in general, just a certain movement in it, just the church, or do they just like the title Neon Bible?

Kiran
Emeritus
October 23rd 2007


6020 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Win Butler recently hinted in an interview that a faith background informs his criticism of both church and society. He said a central theme on Neon Bible "is this idea that Christianity and consumerism are completely compatible, which I think is the great insanity of our times." Butler also noted, "We want to move people emotionally, but not by spelling out 'George Bush sucks!' We're asking questions like, 'What if there is a genuine, deep, dark evil in the world?'"




http://www.pluggedinonline.com/thisweekonly/a0003157.cfm

jrowa001
December 17th 2007


8752 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

about to re-listen to this. hoping it is better than i remember

Electric City
Emeritus
December 18th 2007


15761 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

It took some time to grow on me.

chris21
January 17th 2008


159 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

this album is decent, however it's not as good as funeral



nice review

ohpm500
January 28th 2008


12 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

have to say, by far one of my favourate albums of last year, it's simply superb and it's so refreshing to find so few lacklustre tracks. A sophomore effort that equals if not expands on the kind of atmosphere the Arcade Fire created with their debut album.



Awesome.

BlackVanillaSky
February 15th 2008


10 Comments


I'm not sure how I feel about this. I heard a few songs (Some off of Funeral; Rebellion Lies, Wake Up, and a few off of this CD; Neon Bible, Windowsill) and I liked those so I bought this CD.

I think this is going to have to be a CD that grows on me.

I do not like the album art at all though.

plane
Emeritus
February 15th 2008


6342 Comments


what's wrong with the album art

BlackVanillaSky
February 16th 2008


10 Comments


Wow, same day I bought this...and while initially knew it would have to grown on me, it's growing fast. I'm starting to love the CD.

As for the art work, I think it's very bland.



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