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Arcade Fire

Releasing their debut full length album, Funeral in 2004, The Arcade Fire quickly became one of the most fashionable new alternative bands around, developing both a large popular following, as well as the support of artists as prominent as Bono and David Bowie. Compared to bands such as The Flaming Lips and Eels, 2005 saw them play a series of high profile gigs around theworld, including a sellout UK tour, and appearances at several major music festivals. Their second album, Neon Bible (released in 2007) was a huge success and gained them mainstream attention.

Similar Bands: Broken Social Scene, The Decemberists, The Dudes, Belle and Sebastian, The National

LPs
Reflektor
10/28/2013

3.6
783 Votes
The Suburbs
2010

3.9
2,050 Votes
Neon Bible
2007

3.8
2,074 Votes
Funeral
2004

4.3
3,223 Votes
EPs
The Arcade Fire
2003

3.4
283 Votes
Compilations
Her
2014

4.1
118 Votes

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