Slag Records
Fecha de lanzamiento
18 Nov 2011
Número de temas
10 temas
Duración total


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    Tema     Duración Oyentes
1 Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) 4:48 640.355
2 Neighborhood #2 (Laika) 3:32 226.338
3 Une année sans lumiere 3:41 97.491
4 Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) 5:12 597.981
5 Neighborhood #4 (7 Kettles) 4:49 501.872
6 Crown of Love 4:42 555.853
7 Wake Up 5:35 716.999
8 Haiti 4:07 480.751
9 Rebellion (Lies) 5:10 753.450
10 In the Backseat 6:20 487.089

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Funeral es el primer álbum de estudio del grupo musical canadiense de indie rock Arcade Fire. El álbum fue lanzado el 14 de septiembre de 2004, por medio de la compañía discográfica Merge Records.

El álbum recibe este título a raíz de la gran cantidad de fallecimientos que hubo entre familiares de los componentes del grupo durante su grabación: la abuela de Régine Chassagne murió en junio de 2003, el abuelo de Win y William Butler (el músico de swing Alvino Rey) en febrero de 2004, y la tía de Richard Parry en abril de 2004.

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  • muerto14


    23 Sep 18:45 Responder
  • ollyh18

    Happy belated birthday to my all-time favourite album!

    17 Sep 13:20 Responder
  • MellotronY

    i listened to this album a lot when i was like 7 years old. so many thanks to my dad, for being into this instead of some shit like the eagles.

    15 Sep 4:20 Responder
  • lfelipecosta

    Timeless album.

    15 Sep 1:15 Responder
  • lfelipecosta

    Happy Birthday to this perfect and life-changing album. Love you guys! <3

    15 Sep 1:10 Responder
  • Illest_Villain

    Happy B-day, what an album...

    14 Sep 17:52 Responder
  • Elenlille

    Happy 10th birthday! This album and my university years will always be together in my mind...

    14 Sep 17:15 Responder
  • WS9167

    Happy birthday!

    14 Sep 16:17 Responder
  • yinxianghecheng

    Happy Birthday to my all-time favorite album!

    14 Sep 15:05 Responder
  • target-uk

    Happy 10th Birthday!

    14 Sep 12:36 Responder
  • capriccioso_

    happy birthday to the bestest of all albuns

    12 Sep 19:45 Responder
  • emergingsynergy

    "Famously crafted in the aftermath of multiple deaths in band members’ families, Funeral is the sound of desperately finite people channeling infinite sadness, mustering every last ounce of passion and earnestly blasting it to the far reaches of the universe. Whatever you’re dealing with, this music will sweep you up and carry you away with it. Somehow, it converts that pain and confusion into reverie."

    12 Sep 17:30 Responder
  • emergingsynergy

    This album came out at a perfect time in my imperfect life, and I was fortunate to have seen the band up close on the ensuing tour and again a year later in what were moving performances (one of which I have as a bootleg recording)..... I remember, indeed, playing the disk in my car full of dear scuba friends on a scuba-road trip during which we learned of the accidental death of one of our own in a car accident. There was something mysteriously connected in the music and lyrics of this masterpiece, so much of it subtle or subliminal. Here is a review from Stereogum, commemorating the anniversary, Funeral Turns 10

    12 Sep 17:17 Responder
  • miilena_cb

    idk, it reminds me of something that i miss, but i still don't know what it exactly is. (2)

    12 Sep 16:09 Responder
  • MartianReaper

    10/10. End of discussion. [12]

    10 Sep 13:46 Responder
  • thaisquecida

    i keep such an affection for this album down in my heart. idk, it reminds me of something that i miss, but i still don't know what it exactly is.

    9 Sep 1:46 Responder
  • jvcamargo

    This album is a fucking amazing masterpiece

    8 Sep 12:45 Responder
  • RossFrazer_

    Didn't really like the album the first time I listened to it. Second time it was much more enjoyable but songs like Wake Up and Rebellion (Lies) have definitely been overplayed and made me lose a bit of interest. I really do love #1 and #2 though, two great openers but although the album holds my interest throughout I personally feel like it gets a lot weaker towards the end.

    6 Sep 3:37 Responder
  • victimofkratina

    Death From Above 1979's You're A Woman, I'm A Machine was a better 2004 album.

    10 Ago 17:09 Responder
  • Nimbie

    a perfect opener and a perfect closer

    21 Jul 17:01 Responder
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