The Suburbs by Arcade Fire
Written, arranged, performed and produced by the Arcade Fire and co-produced by Markus Dravs, The Suburbs was recorded around Montreal and New York over the past two years.The Arcade Fire's 2004 debut Funeral featured strongly in Album of the Decade Polls around the world including NME, Pitchfork, Guardian, Mojo and Rolling Stone. Their 2007 follow-up Neon Bible, debuted number 2 in the U.S. Both records were nominated for Best Alternative Album Grammys.
1. The Suburbs
2. Ready To Start
3. Modern Man
5. Empty Room
6. City With No Children
7. Half Light I
8. Half Light II (No Celebration)
9. Suburban War
10. Month of May
11. Wasted Hours
12. Deep Blue
13. We Used to Wait
14. Sprawl I (Flatland)
15. Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
16. The Suburbs (Continued)
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Excellent pressing! Sounds better than the original release. I use DAK software to record my albums to CD and I must say I was impressed with quality of the vinyl. Extremely quiet. In DAK you can see the wave length and with some reproductions the wave moves up and down but on this album the wave was flat between songs which indicates a very good quiet pressing. Rock On!
Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow08/14/2010
Excellent pressing! I have a Japanese pressing of this as well and it is way too loud! This one sounds better than the original release. I was impressed with quality of the vinyl. Extremely quiet.
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