100 Best Albums of the 2000s

100 Best Albums of the 2000s

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Arcade Fire, 'Neon Bible'

75. Arcade Fire, 'Neon Bible'

Arcade Fire followed up their breakthrough 2004 debut with Neon Bible, a set of songs that pushed the dour, bombastic sound to a darker, more baroque extreme. Though many of the tracks, such as "Intervention" and "Black Wave/Bad Vibrations," are fixated on a noble, Job-like suffering, the group never shy away from cathartic crescendos, with the Springsteen-esque "Keep the Car Running" and the charging "No Cars Go" reaching the most ecstatic heights of their career to date.

Rolling Stone's Original 2007 Review

Photos: Arcade Fire's Greatest Performances

Photos: Arcade Fire Perform in Haiti

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