Arcade Fire - Funeral
You better look out for love.
Loss of innocence, isolation and everything else that’d fuel the sorrows of a 20th century writer are the ingredients of Arcade Fire’s 2004 debut indie rock masterpiece, “Funeral”: a tour-de-force emotional sonic trip across suburbia, post-modern psyches, Win Butler and Régine Chassagne’s heads and the tragedy of growing up but, most importantly, an album that captured the spirit of Maurice Sendak like nothing else ever did. (9/10)
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