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Neighborhood #2 (Laika)


Arcade Fire

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Customer Reviews

Beautiful but Horrifying

This is a very good video--verging on excellent, really--but it scares me to death. That's probably a positive thing, because it's not every video that can send chills shooting through your body within a couple seconds of watching. There's something about this video coupled with the already-creepy-enough music that's just downright horrifying. To be honest it was a while before I even finished watching the whole thing, because it so fully creeped me out. Maybe it's the skull, or the crow, but whatever it is, this video gives you a shivery sense of unease and terror.
Still, it is an amazing shivery sense of unease indeed, and fully worth your time. The animation is impressive, and a lot of time and creativity obviously went into its making. And the song in my opinion is one of Arcade Fire's best.

Best arcade fire song and video

I don

I agree with MasterReviewNinja.

Neighborhood #2 Laika is one of the coolest songs I possibly have ever heard, but the music video is confusing and scary. I can barely tell what these pictures are about, and I could've sworn the guy had been shot. My dad showed me this tonight, but I really wish he hasn't. If you're not a gothic that can look at meaningless pictures that creep on you,
Man, I thought Arcade Fire could do better than this.


Formed: June, 2003 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A combination of indie rock muscle and theatrical, unapologetic bombast turned Arcade Fire into indie royalty in the early 2000s. Originally comprised of Régine Chassagne, Richard Parry, Tim Kingsbury, and brothers William and Win Butler, the group formed during the summer of 2003, after Win spotted Chassagne singing jazz standards at a Montreal art exhibit. The grandson of famed swing-era bandleader Alvino Rey, Win was quickly charmed by Chassagne's performance, leading the two to launch a songwriting...
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