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Arcade Fire-Reflektor Tapes [2Blu-ray]
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The Reflektor Tapes is a visually stunning and hypnotic documentary about the making of Arcade Fire's hugely successful 2013 studio album Reflektor by director Kahlil Joseph (who also directed Beyonce's Lemonade film). The film received its premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The documentary captures recording sessions, live performances and the band's time in Haiti, a country with which they have a long-standing relationship. The second disc in the set features Arcade Fire's full length live concert from Earl's Court in London on June 6th, 2014 during the Reflektor tour, which perfectly complements the documentary.
Régine Chassagne, Richard Reed Parry, Win Butler, Tim Kingsbury, Will Butler, Jeremy Gara, Sarah Neufeld, Owen Pallett, Matt Bauder, Stuart Bogie, Willonson Tiwill Duprate, Jean Romane Diol Kidi Edmond
Disc One The Reflektor Tapes (documentary)
Disc Two Live At Earl's Court: 1) Reflektor 2) Flashbulb Eyes 3) Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) 4) Rebellion (Lies) 5) Joan Of Arc 6) Rococo 7) The Suburbs 8) Ready To Start 9) Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) 10) Neighborhood #2 (Laika) 11) No Cars Go 12) Haiti 13) We Exist 14) My Body Is A Cage 15) Afterlife 16) It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus) 17) Sprawl II 18) Normal Person 19) Here Comes The Night Time 20) Wake Up
Here Comes The Night Time Special / Promo Videos: (1) Reflektor (2) We Exist (3) Afterlife / Afterlife from YouTube Awards
Director's Cut Tracks: (1) Flashbulb Eyes (2) Here Comes The Night Time (3) Reflektor (4) Sprawl II (5) The Suburbs
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The "main feature", disc 1, The Reflektor Tapes? Oh God, what a slog. An incoherent mess. It's an abstract collage of sights and sounds and brief clips of interviews that offers almost no insight and simply teases you with bits of songs and sights that would be worth experiencing if the director would just let you listen or watch.
So 5 freakin stars for a fantastic concert! Come on Twenty One Pilots you can match it.... Blu-ray Concert Blu-ray Concert.... Blurryface Live!!!!
we can hope.... right! have fun!