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Nucor At A Crossroads Pdf File. Yeah i was suprised i didnt see rebellion, but then i saw they had tunnels there, which is an awesome fucking song, but i would have like to see rebellion there True. I don't know, Tunnels and Rebellion are always wrasslin' for pole position to me.
Personally, I really would have liked to see My Body Is A Cage on the list too, but I suspect I'm the only person on earth who's as nuts for that song as I am. Full Futura Font Family Nov 2013 Leo on this page. Now, that said, I'll forgive both in exchange for Wolf Parade's I'll Believe in Anything. I mean, I love Arcade Fire more than I love some of my relatives - good ones, immediate relatives, not just aunts and stuff - but I'll Believe In Anything is one of the best fucking songs I've ever heard in my whole life. Oh, and I'm listening to Funeral now. I SHOULD be writing my 10 pg research paper for my music law class.but since my focus is indie labels' relationships with the majors through distribution/are indies really indie, I just spent the past hour highlighting a bunch of articles on Arcade Fire I pulled up from old issues of stuff.and well, I remembered I hadn't heard Funeral in a while.and here I am posting instead of writing. Install Esxi Software Raid Windows. FUCK I NEED TO WRITE THIS PAPER.
But all this aside.Tunnels will be my #1 song of the DECADE. You just watch. I'll be out in the jobworld come December 31, 2010, and you all will see my top 100 list of the 2000s on P4K or in Paste or something stupid like that.and Funeral/Tunnels will be sitting at the top. I'm sure Merriweather Post Pavilion will be #2. Oh, and I'm listening to Funeral now. I SHOULD be writing my 10 pg research paper for my music law class.but since my focus is indie labels' relationships with the majors through distribution/are indies really indie, I just spent the past hour highlighting a bunch of articles on Arcade Fire I pulled up from old issues of stuff.and well, I remembered I hadn't heard Funeral in a while.and here I am posting instead of writing.
FUCK I NEED TO WRITE THIS PAPER. Arcade Fire are in interesting one, in terms of label relationships. They live in their own studio, they finance a lot of their stuff themselves, and when it came to Neon Bible, a lot of the promotion was literally done by the band members tooling around with a Mac and a webcam. They managed themselves for a while - Jeremy used to have to drum with a paper bag full of cash between his feet - and managed to have a bit of success on their own terms before labelling up, so they were able to get away with murder in terms of their contract.
I mean, they have complete control over their music. If you want to use an Arcade Fire song in your tv show, you literally have to fly to Montreal and talk to Win Butler. Who'll almost invariably say no, right in your Oscar-winning face. David Byrne, lest anybody needs it said, is pretty awesome: http://www.wired.com/entertainment/music/magazine/16-01/ff_byrne?currentPage=all. No Nick Lowe (I'll take Mary Provost, please) and no Green River (Swallow My Pride -- sexiest political song ever) among others, but the Pitchfork fanboys put Liz Fair (sp on purpose) on the list? They also proved their genitals got in the way of their decision making when they picked The Chauffeur by Duran Duran since the only thing that could be driving that choice is the fact that the video was basically lesbian porn. Regardless of this, they hit far more (I'll give them a 95%) than they missed.