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Arcade Fire — Une Année Sans Lumiere
Album: Funeral
Avg rating:
6.8

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Total ratings: 1163









Released: 2005
Length: 3:33
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Hey! the street lights all burnt out
une année sans lumière
je monte un cheval
qui porte des oeillères
hey! my eyes are shooting sparks
la nuit, mes yeux t'éclairent
ne dis pas à ton père
qu'il porte des oeillères
hey, your old man should know
if you see a shadow, there's something there
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 nicknt wrote:
One of the most overrated bands on Earth.
 
You love that word 'overrated' .. absolutely everything is overrated in your opinion.
I've never understood the fascination with this band.   I've even bought their CD's trying to learn to appreciate them but I've failed.    Totally lame in my opinion.
 idiot_wind wrote:
Wow! These guys are the next Fleetwood Mac!

Wow! These guys are the next Mama and Papas!
 
Wow! These guys are the next Fairport Convention!

They are so good. So creative. So robust! Such explosive vocals and harmonies!  Such great instrurmentals!


 
 
Time to 'fess up, windy.  You hate yourself for loving this band, don't you?  You certainly do protest enough for that to be true.
Wow! These guys are the next Fleetwood Mac!

Wow! These guys are the next Mama and Papas!
 
Wow! These guys are the next Fairport Convention!

They are so good. So creative. So robust! Such explosive vocals and harmonies!  Such great instrurmentals!


 
OKOKOKOK! That "woo!" made it an 8!


where' the autotune when you (REALLY) need it?
Rheostatics vibe
Good song. It's look like Franck Black and it's good
Cool. Funeral is possibly my favorite album ever. It's cool to hear it on here, even though this is probably my least favorite song on the album.
Great album. Love their sound.
Hmm, this album came out over 11 years ago?  Time flies by.
{#Eek} 
Not much of a rave, but it starts out nicely and sustains itself. It refrains from being a pretentious thumping annoyance like some other AF tracks. I could listen to this one without resorting to the magic PSD. It's a 7. Congrats, AF, this one made the cut. 
 nicknt wrote:
One of the most overrated bands on Earth.

 
{#No}
 scraig wrote:
Remember the music Arcade Fire used to make? Stripped down, soulful rock and roll. So much better than the over-produced stuff they've been putting out recently.

 
{#Yes}  Did see them live a couple of weeks ago - they were excellent, and played a lot of early stuff (and not too much from reflector, thankfully).  Highly recommend the experience if you have the opportunity.
One of the most overrated bands on Earth.
Remember the music Arcade Fire used to make? Stripped down, soulful rock and roll. So much better than the over-produced stuff they've been putting out recently.
wow, lots of negative comments. thought it was great and the ending pushed me over the edge. 9.
okay...
which one of you genuises bought these guys the Roxy Music album...?
 Stingray wrote:
Nothing much, if anything!
 
Just like your comment.

Nothing much, if anything!
Played here last night; hate that I missed them.

This is much better than what they are currently serving up.


 alux wrote:

It was a decent song until the coda...stale and formulaic.
 
This was a decent thread until your post...stale and formulaic.

Oh no he di'nt!!

 whitebuffalo wrote:

Comment peut-on les critiquer quand ils savent de toute évidence le français?

 
Apparament il faut passer un an sans lumiere!


 liveinthewire wrote:
Arrêtez ce bruit
 
Comment peut-on les critiquer quand ils savent de toute évidence le français?

 Baum74 wrote:
Time for some words of wisdom you never asked for:
It took me ages to "get" Arcade Fire.
Somehow I arrived, and now I think they are really great.
So: persevere! At least there is the CHANCE for you to arrive somewhere. (If you are open to it, of course ...)
And if you are getting nowhere ... there are worse things in life ...
OK - back to my cave on the mountain. Stay tuned.
 
Thank you for those wise words. Question - Does your cave have central heating?

Arrêtez ce bruit
 window wrote:
Love the coda!
 
It was a decent song until the coda...stale and formulaic.
I thought this was Ian McCulloch from Echo & the Bunnymen at first. {#Stupid}
 window wrote:
Love the coda!
 
That was one of the great things about this album - half the songs ended completely differently than they began, and for the most part it worked every time.

Jeez Bill, you do love them. Two Arcade Fire songs this morning, that was great!
 annanyc wrote:

To add to this— if you WANT to get Arcade Fire— see them live.  That will seal the deal.  Amazing.

 
Austin City Limits is the best I do so far. I hope they come to Saint Louis soon!

 Baum74 wrote:
Time for some words of wisdom you never asked for:
It took me ages to "get" Arcade Fire.
Somehow I arrived, and now I think they are really great.
So: persevere! At least there is the CHANCE for you to arrive somewhere. (If you are open to it, of course ...)
And if you are getting nowhere ... there are worse things in life ...
OK - back to my cave on the mountain. Stay tuned.
 
To add to this— if you WANT to get Arcade Fire— see them live.  That will seal the deal.  Amazing.

Love the coda!
Baum74 wrote:
Time for some words of wisdom you never asked for:
It took me ages to "get" Arcade Fire.
Somehow I arrived, and now I think they are really great.
So: persevere! At least there is the CHANCE for you to arrive somewhere. (If you are open to it, of course ...)
And if you are getting nowhere ... there are worse things in life ...
OK - back to my cave on the mountain. Stay tuned.

{#High-five}

This isn't one of my favorite Arcade Fire songs, but I sure love their work as a whole.

Time for some words of wisdom you never asked for: It took me ages to "get" Arcade Fire. Somehow I arrived, and now I think they are really great. So: persevere! At least there is the CHANCE for you to arrive somewhere. (If you are open to it, of course ...) And if you are getting nowhere ... there are worse things in life ... OK - back to my cave on the mountain. Stay tuned.
rconway wrote:
I appear to be in the minority on this one. Maybe not sucko-barfo, but definitely sucko.
I agree. I also can't stand this.
musikalia wrote:
Excuse me, I've just woken up, but did I hear them sing our eyes are shittin' sparks?! In any case, some of the lyrics are totally unclear and garbled.
shootin' sparks. :music:
Excuse me, I've just woken up, but did I hear them sing our eyes are shittin' sparks?! In any case, some of the lyrics are totally unclear and garbled.
Tres noyce!
Hannio wrote:
Une annee sans Arcade Fire would be gratifying.
OH, yes, please. I just don't get them. If I want sweeping grand goth stories, I go to Nick Cave.
Une annee sans Arcade Fire would be gratifying.
Je suis desolée, mais c'est vraiment merde - trés mal pour les oreilles :(
Be-A-Utiful
thewiseking wrote:
they owe alot to Echo and the Bunnymen, that's for damn sure.
Interesting comment - i never heard that linkage but now it's clear they owe much to McCullough et al. That is why you are "thewiseking" eh?
aaehr wrote:
Isn't 2004 a little late for tortured-sounding singers?
I think they might possibly _be_ pretty tortured, or else they have pulled the wool over my eyes. intense listening.
Isn't 2004 a little late for tortured-sounding singers?
Um, I am starting to like this one too :think: Oh and light will be, I thought not, but it will be...
celadonstone wrote:
Dion is a great vocalist.
:stop: No need for the language!
I appear to be in the minority on this one. Maybe not sucko-barfo, but definitely sucko.
To borrow from an old hockey joke, I went to an unrelated discussion and a great tune broke out. By far one of the best albums released in the last few years. And a wonderful band to see live. Excellent tune.
they owe alot to Echo and the Bunnymen, that's for damn sure.
I usually skip this song on the album, but it was a pleasant surprise just now.
I find them phony and annoying sounding.
Still love that funky change-up at the end ... just wish it went on a bit longer!
Its interesting to hear a little about Quebec, because I certainly dont hear much in the American South. Thought it would be cool to visit but I'd probably learn some French first. Dion is a great vocalist. A few years ago I picked up a couple of her French albums and I dont understand the words much but I kind of like them better than the stuff she does in English for the USA audience. It's a different style and I'd like to think that it's a style more her own than the big voiced diva role that a lot of talented singers get 'packaged' into in the USA. Getting it done in one take is quite a feat. Good for her!
huebdoo wrote:
Well as I come from Quebec stock... I wouldnt say Quebec as a whole is racist... but lets be honest nowhere in North America could a politician get away with what Parizeau said back in 95 "What did we loose to? Big Money and the ethnic vote" The real scary thing wasnt that he said it, it was the crowd cheered when he did. Crikey if that isnt close to outright racisim I dont know what is .... That being said ... dont know if Arcade Fire or any other Quebec band should be painted with the same brush. Dont think this is the place to discuss Quebec and racism ... Arcade fire, Sam Roberts... there is so much talent from Quebec is amazing As much as I cant stand her ... Celine Dion did the song for Titanic in ONE TAKE... Dude ... she is a pro no matter how you cut it. Rock on Quebec ... just flush the old Bloc idiots and I will come back
Thanks for your post, Huebdoo. You're right on all counts. First of all, this is not a political tribune and I prefer to stick to music and culture myself, just felt such rantings shouldn't be left unanswered. Much prefer your tone... Right also about the "Parizeau incident" where the said guy, then Prime minister, came at the mike after losing a referendum for separation by a small margin, utterly drunk and said the results were tilted against separation because of the "ethnic" vote. Even if his crowd cheered him (all members of his party), it caused turmoil in Quebec and he lost credibility (and his leadership). And now, the leader of that same party is a out-of-the-closet homosexual who admitted taking coke while a young lawer... I could say that is an irony of Quebec. Anyhow, back to music.
Dior wrote:
I've always felt these boards should be music related or implementations of expanding cultural exchange and I feel sad to come up here answering to such an obtuse and deceiving statement. Your personnal rejection experience might be true (maybe your post styling gives a clue as to why?) and 39 000 RPers are with you. There is even a place called Journals for this. I've lived in Quebec all my life. Never experienced Nazism, but know what it is and it certainly doesn't apply to a democratic state that passes voted laws to preserve cultural identity while promoting openly immigration. Yes there are separatists and xenophobes in Quebec as elsewhere but obviously the two figures don't match as we can all read from your post. Or maybe you include the hicks from On an NY as you seem to like 'em too. I have friends who had bad rejections experiences living in Alberta or LA. That's it, maybe LA is a NAZI spot. Come on. I'm not even a separatist myself for the simple reason I don't like political boundaries.
Well as I come from Quebec stock... I wouldnt say Quebec as a whole is racist... but lets be honest nowhere in North America could a politician get away with what Parizeau said back in 95 "What did we loose to? Big Money and the ethnic vote" The real scary thing wasnt that he said it, it was the crowd cheered when he did. Crikey if that isnt close to outright racisim I dont know what is .... That being said ... dont know if Arcade Fire or any other Quebec band should be painted with the same brush. Dont think this is the place to discuss Quebec and racism ... Arcade fire, Sam Roberts... there is so much talent from Quebec is amazing As much as I cant stand her ... Celine Dion did the song for Titanic in ONE TAKE... Dude ... she is a pro no matter how you cut it. Rock on Quebec ... just flush the old Bloc idiots and I will come back
A Year Without anything but musical opinions to share would indeed be illuminating :idea: Arcade Fire are a fantastic band and this is a fantastic song :good-vibes:
basilpapademos wrote:
Xenophobic? That pretty much defines French Quebec. I can't wait till Quebec separates from Canada so the Island of Montreal can separate from Quebec and we can all live free instead of being continually bullied by the fascists in Quebec City who consider English (or any other language- like Greek) to be the Devil's own tongue. I was born in Montreal and have lived here all my life. I speak French fluently (along with Greek and Spanish) but it's never mattered. I will never be truly accepted as Quebecois or as they like to call themselves, ancien souche - old stock - ie- the old blood , meaning pure blooded, meaning racially pure. Where have you heard that before? Hanging around with Quebec Separatists is like being at a cocktail party with Nazis. Everything is fine until you bring up certain subjects- like Jews - or Anglos. Montreal was once a great city, the economic and cultural capital of the country. Now, it's a weekend party for the hicks from Ontario and New York state. It's like watching a beautiful, intelligent woman having to whore herself to Shriners. Really depressing. And I blame the Separatists and their small minded, XENOPHOBIC hatred.
I've always felt these boards should be music related or implementations of expanding cultural exchange and I feel sad to come up here answering to such an obtuse and deceiving statement. Your personnal rejection experience might be true (maybe your post styling gives a clue as to why?) and 39 000 RPers are with you. There is even a place called Journals for this. I've lived in Quebec all my life. Never experienced Nazism, but know what it is and it certainly doesn't apply to a democratic state that passes voted laws to preserve cultural identity while promoting openly immigration. Yes there are separatists and xenophobes in Quebec as elsewhere but obviously the two figures don't match as we can all read from your post. Or maybe you include the hicks from On an NY as you seem to like 'em too. I have friends who had bad rejections experiences living in Alberta or LA. That's it, maybe LA is a NAZI spot. Come on. I'm not even a separatist myself for the simple reason I don't like political boundaries.
basilpapademos wrote:
Xenophobic? That pretty much defines French Quebec. I can't wait till Quebec separates from Canada so the Island of Montreal can separate from Quebec and we can all live free
I am sooooooooo tired of that BS...not being free, Nazis etc in Quebec...geeeeeeeeeeez. I for one embrace all the cultures that can be found in Montreal. Now living in a region where I do not find this diversity, I miss it so very much. To get back to the music, I love Arcade Fire...when music and artistic expression goes beyond that simple minded rhetoric...
FAY wrote:
I'm with you. Every time some band from a non-anglo country is on somebody has to make some xenophobic remark. If only it were funny, but no, it's sad, boring, and really uncool.:frown: :frown:
Xenophobic? That pretty much defines French Quebec. I can't wait till Quebec separates from Canada so the Island of Montreal can separate from Quebec and we can all live free instead of being continually bullied by the fascists in Quebec City who consider English (or any other language- like Greek) to be the Devil's own tongue. I was born in Montreal and have lived here all my life. I speak French fluently (along with Greek and Spanish) but it's never mattered. I will never be truly accepted as Quebecois or as they like to call themselves, ancien souche - old stock - ie- the old blood , meaning pure blooded, meaning racially pure. Where have you heard that before? Hanging around with Quebec Separatists is like being at a cocktail party with Nazis. Everything is fine until you bring up certain subjects- like Jews - or Anglos. Montreal was once a great city, the economic and cultural capital of the country. Now, it's a weekend party for the hicks from Ontario and New York state. It's like watching a beautiful, intelligent woman having to whore herself to Shriners. Really depressing. And I blame the Separatists and their small minded, XENOPHOBIC hatred.
go_ski_mully wrote:
…pity the narrow minded, they are doomed to be forever trapped in their stressful and angst filled lives attempting to strike out at as many as they can …curiously, extraordinarily small penis' are a common reason for this behaviour?? :stupid:
touche'
huebdoo wrote:
Lord knows we tried to ship them all off to Louisiana...
…pity the narrow minded, they are doomed to be forever trapped in their stressful and angst filled lives attempting to strike out at as many as they can …curiously, extraordinarily small penis' are a common reason for this behaviour?? :stupid:
Love this song, especially the fast tempo coda. This album grew on me in big ways. During my first listen I thought "I've made a huge mistake," somewhere around the 5th the lightbulb came on, and now it's on my top 10. Can't wait for Neon Bible!
Excellent tune!
Anything from them. Play something from the EP too tripi wrote:
i like this one but... please play "in the back seat"!! so good.
They are expecting a new album in april 2007. They are doing 5 shows in Montreal in the new year in Montreal
I finally bought this album after hearing this song on RP. It's my favorite album of 2006 (well, that I bought this year, anyway -- it might technically be older). Yay Arcade Fire! Yay RP! :sunny:
stabby wrote:
ugly rant. kind of sad too. I'm glad I don't live in your headspace. why do so many humans have this tendency to hate others? Palestinians, Israelis - Catholic, Protestant - - Hutu, Tuttsi - black, white - french, english - north, south, etc etc etc. And each side's extremists are always so convinced that their side is right and noble. I find this such an enigma. :think:
I'm with you. Every time some band from a non-anglo country is on somebody has to make some xenophobic remark. If only it were funny, but no, it's sad, boring, and really uncool.:frown: :frown:
stabby wrote:
ugly rant. kind of sad too. I'm glad I don't live in your headspace. why do so many humans have this tendency to hate others? Palestinians, Israelis - Catholic, Protestant - - Hutu, Tuttsi - black, white - french, english - north, south, etc etc etc. And each side's extremists are always so convinced that their side is right and noble. I find this such an enigma. :think:
I find that traveling mitigates this mentality. It seems that whenever you go somewhere, your idea of where you'd from gets bigger. If you're from say, the UK, then the Europeans are weird. But if you go to South America and meet a Frenchmen, now you're 2 Europeans surrounded by South Americans. The ideas of "us" and "them" are relative. Hopefully one day they'll be gone and everyone will just be an "us"
huebdoo wrote:
Lord knows we tried to ship them all off to Louisiana... and get them hooked on poutine (heart attack in a bowl) But they keep breeding and playing hockey and vacationing to Florida (with speedo's no less) and doing short track speed skating and moguls (The Quebec air force) and talking about leaving the country every 5 years or so "Revenge from the cradle" as has been taken over by the hispanics... not the french Yes they are surrounded by a sea of anglos... Somebody has to pay for all the Bi-lingualism and Liberal government hand outs in Quebec
ugly rant. kind of sad too. I'm glad I don't live in your headspace. why do so many humans have this tendency to hate others? Palestinians, Israelis - Catholic, Protestant - - Hutu, Tuttsi - black, white - french, english - north, south, etc etc etc. And each side's extremists are always so convinced that their side is right and noble. I find this such an enigma. :think:
i like this one but... please play "in the back seat"!! so good.
Hey...could we pick up the beat a little...I am really negative this morning.
lokiwolf wrote:
serve us.
Wow. Really channeling your namesake there...
Do The Arcade Fire and U2 share the same muse or something?
MTL_Robbie wrote:
Bummer that you express such obtuse, stereotyped, prejudicial (to remain polite) ideas to an Arcade Fire song. They (Arcade Fire) represent a good example of frenchies and anglos getting along and doing darn good things in the process.
Here Here! :high-five:
huebdoo wrote:
Lord knows we tried to ship them all off to Louisiana... and get them hooked on poutine (heart attack in a bowl) ... Yes they are surrounded by a sea of anglos... Somebody has to pay for all the Bi-lingualism and Liberal government hand outs in Quebec
Bummer that you express such obtuse, stereotyped, prejudicial (to remain polite) ideas to an Arcade Fire song. They (Arcade Fire) represent a good example of frenchies and anglos getting along and doing darn good things in the process.
"We abhor advertising, truth to be told......" What do you think you are doing hawking t-shirts and hoodies and begging for support? Making music? Having a conservation with your listeners? You got a good thing going here. Drop the crap and get real advertising. Payola, whatever. You have an international audience. serve us.
Alpine wrote:
What does it mean?
Unless there's some idiomatic thing I don't know about, it's "A Year without Light."
huebdoo wrote:
the arcade fire are kinda like getting your back scratched by someone who bites thier nails ... the thought is nice and it feels ok But lacks the ahhhhh and the ooohhhhhh and the "up a bit" and "Hold it right there"
Ha! While I don't necessarily feel this way about them, thats the most fantastic metaphor! I understand exactly how you feel about them. :)
Maybe if we learned to appreciate our differences instead of hating them, the world would get along much better.
normand64 wrote:
beautiful province of Québec. The province where we still speak french surrounded by a sea of anglos. Normand
Lord knows we tried to ship them all off to Louisiana... and get them hooked on poutine (heart attack in a bowl) But they keep breeding and playing hockey and vacationing to Florida (with speedo's no less) and doing short track speed skating and moguls (The Quebec air force) and talking about leaving the country every 5 years or so "Revenge from the cradle" as has been taken over by the hispanics... not the french Yes they are surrounded by a sea of anglos... Somebody has to pay for all the Bi-lingualism and Liberal government hand outs in Quebec
Did the French develop the sans-a-belt line of menswear? :ask: It would be nice if we could blame them for that!
the arcade fire are kinda like getting your back scratched by someone who bites thier nails ... the thought is nice and it feels ok But lacks the ahhhhh and the ooohhhhhh and the "up a bit" and "Hold it right there"
AliGator wrote:
Thanks for fixing the song title!
What does it mean?
Thanks for fixing the song title!
Wow, I thought we had segued into a U2 song for a minute there...
:whistle: :clap:
One of the best albums in the 2000s.
radiojunkie wrote:
So THIS is what Jim Morrison's been up to since he moved to Paris!
Québec, Canada actually... ;)
Yes it is true, the band bought a church in Farnham (Quebec) to record their next album. If you can read french, go to this link : https://www.lactualite.com/culture/article.jsp?content=20060526_153339_5708 ThePoose wrote:
Est-ce-que c'est vrai que la groupe travail a ce moment dans les Cantons de l'est du Québec? Moi, j'ai poussé en Montréal--pas trop loin de cet endroit. And yes, there is a sea of anglophones outside Quebec, but inside the province, they are a shrinking minority. I should know: I was one of them for almost 40 years.
Est-ce-que c'est vrai que la groupe travail a ce moment dans les Cantons de l'est du Québec? Moi, j'ai poussé en Montréal--pas trop loin de cet endroit. And yes, there is a sea of anglophones outside Quebec, but inside the province, they are a shrinking minority. I should know: I was one of them for almost 40 years.
normand64 wrote:
And yes it is beautiful.
I concur...This song is too btw. :yes: :wink:
Lkw wrote:
You're from the Tourist Office?
Hey i just saw an easy way to do some publicity. And yes it is beautiful.
The Cure called - they want their angst back.
this is a great song, first time i heard it! But it getse a lil repetitive after a while!
So THIS is what Jim Morrison's been up to since he moved to Paris!
normand64 wrote:
They are working on their second album right now in the beautiful eastern township in the beautiful province of Québec. The province where we still speak french surrounded by a sea of anglos. Normand
You're from the Tourist Office?
It's Année.
secretagent214 wrote:
Then last weekend I saw a video for another of their songs (click here) (you might do better to right click on the link and choose "save target as") recorded at one of their concerts and the energy was just addictive...
Personally, I'd trade the four songs RP has from this album for that one song, "Wake Up." For some reason, RP chose to accept my least favorite tracks from the album (though I still like all of them).
Well, I will admit that when I first heard arcade fire, I thought it was decent music, but nothing amazing. As I heard them more and more on RP, it started to grow on me. Then last weekend I saw a video for another of their songs (click here) (you might do better to right click on the link and choose "save target as") recorded at one of their concerts and the energy was just addictive...especially that guy who's walking around banging on the drum with as much enthusiasm as one man could have. I bought their CD, turned it up, and now I'm hooked. I also really like the variety of instruments used, and that the band is large enough to employ all those instruments.
Borrowed this album from a girl i was trying to get to know better, if ya know what i mean. They seem to have taken the Post-Rock thing in a slightly different direction. Anyway the album grew on me, sadly i can't say i did the same for the girl in question. :wall:
serendipity_blue wrote:
When do these guys have something new coming out? Anyone know?
They are working on their second album right now in the beautiful eastern township in the beautiful province of Québec. The province where we still speak french surrounded by a sea of anglos. Normand
nick_valensi wrote:
I like this!!!
They're not bad, but the ending I didn't like at all, it seemed liked they didn't know how to finish the song, and just tacked it on to the end
I like this!!!
Bleh.
serendipity_blue wrote:
When do these guys have something new coming out? Anyone know?
Sometime this year I hope. I'm pretty sure they're working on the new album right now.
:dance:YES!:dance:
J'aime cette chanson, et il semble que le chanteur a l'air de Marc Bolan--peut-etre David Bowie, qui etait un bon ami de Marc.
When do these guys have something new coming out? Anyone know?
I love that funky changeup that ends the track.
Gotta a get a few more songs from their albums into the playlist...
Album of the Year!
RADIOSLOTH wrote:
Somewhere in this orgy of Arcade Fire lovers there must be a person that can explain what is so great about these guys.
For me, it's how fresh they are. They just cut loose. They do unexpected things with their voices (oh, they are fun to sing along with when you're alone in the car), their instruments, the lyrics, the phrasing, everything! But, fresh & new is only attractive if you like the beat, the melody and the harmony... which for some reason is like a really good drug to me. (I figure it matches up with some happy wavelengths in my brain or something.) I understand that it's not universal appeal. Which is okay... may leave some room for me at a concert sometime.
Somewhere in this orgy of Arcade Fire lovers there must be a person that can explain what is so great about these guys.
Count me among their biggest fans. Caught them in Austin for the ACL Fest and they stole the entire 3-day show. Utterly phenomenal. Excellent tune, too.
Another great find thanks to RP - will be watching this band closely.
Nice song. I may have to get this album based solely on this song. There are so many good bands coming out of Canada these days.This one sounds like David Bowie on heroin. ;) Cool.
Righteous!!