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Reflektors, The - Reflektor Album

Reflektors, The - Reflektor Album

Performer: Reflektors, The
Title: Reflektor
Style: Indie Pop
Released: 09 Sep 2013
Cat#: MRG484
Country: USA & Canada
Label: Merge Records, Sonovox Records
Size MP3 version: 2671 mb
Size FLAC version: 2463 mb
Size WMA version: 2725 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 045
Genre: Pop

Reflektors, The - Reflektor Album


1Reflektor (Instrumental)
Producer – Arcade Fire, James Murphy, Markus Dravs
Co-producer – Mark LawsonCongas – Verrieux Zile, Willinson DuprateHorns – Colin Stetson, Stuart BogieMastered By – Ted JensenMixed By – Tom ElmhirstProducer – Arcade Fire, James Murphy, Markus DravsRecorded By – Damian Taylor, Korey Richey, Mark Lawson, Pascal ShefteshyVocals – David Bowie


  • Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangements]Owen Pallett


Fake tracklist on the back of the record cover:
Side 1: 1. prism of light 2. darkness of white 3 alone on a stage 4. reflective age 5. l'aurore 6. if this is heaven 7. a way to enter
Side 2: 1. signals we send 2. staring at a screen 3. the connector 4. the other side 5. our love is plastic 6. break me (down down down) 7. the resurrector

Digital download card included


  • Barcode (Stickered): 673855048413


  • Recorded At – Sonovox Studios, Montreal
  • Mixed At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling


Reflektor is the fourth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire. It was released as a double album on October 28, 2013, in Canada by Sonovox Records and in the United States by Merge Records. The album was recorded in multiple studios and was co-produced by LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, regular Arcade Fire producer Markus Dravs, and the band themselves. The Reflektors aka Arcade Fire performed the second time in South Florida at the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Check out the photo review free to The Reflektors Reflektor Reflektor, Reflektor Instrumental. 2 tracks 15:24. Arcade Fire. Released October 28, 2013. Reflektor Tracklist. Reflektor Ft. David Bowie Lyrics. Reflektor is the fourth studio album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on October 28, 2013 on Merge Records. A double album, Reflektor was co-produced by LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy, regular Arcade Fire producer Markus Dravs, and the band itself. The Reflektors. The Reflektors have been together in the present line up since 2007 playing their brand of late 1950's and early 1960's pop and. We have a new bass guitarist. Richard has decided to move on to pastures anew so we would like to welcome PETE our new bass guitarist into the band. 2 December 2011 . Website - . The Reflektors added 14 new photos to the album Reflektors Photos. 31 January 2011 . Reflektors Photos. 14 photos. Just better. Reflektor is an art rock and dance-rock album. Primary lyricist Win Butler notes that the 1959 film Black Orpheus inspired his lyrics on the album, in particular its themes of isolation and death: Black Orpheus is one of my favorite films of all time, which is set in Carnival in Brazil. The Orpheus myth is the original love triangle, Romeo and Juliet kind of story. Reflektor received widespread critical acclaim. Paste awarded the song a 9. Pitchfork awarded the song the Best New Track tag, labeling the song a sleek, dark disco epic that doesn't belong to the 1970s, '80s, '90s- or any decade. Rolling Stone praised it, saying Arcade Fire are the most important. 트랙 목록 숨기기 크레딧. Producer James MurphyVocals David Bowie. Reflektor Instrumental. Producer James Murphy. The Reflektors 2. Reflektor 12, Single. Merge Records, Sonovox Records. MRG484. Reflektor is even better, for this reason: the jarring, charging union of Murphys modern-dance acumen and post-punk sabotage with Arcade Fires natural gallop and ease with Caribbean rhythm. Chassagne is of Haitian descent she and Butler have been active in relief efforts there. Murphy worked on all but two songs, with most of those tracks near or over six minutes long. Arcade Fire The reflektors reflektor Reflektour Music Live. 8 notes. arcade fire album steram music the reflektors reflektor james murphy indie david bowie alternative song indie rock dance haitian voodoo disco pop ahhhh AF win butler regine chassagne