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Everything Now (album) by Arcade Fire

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Everything Now
Everything Now by Arcade Fire (2017)
Release date: 2017-07-28
Overall rank: 2,340th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
65/100 (from 562 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 2017 (24th)
Award Top albums of the 2010s (299th)
Award Best albums of all time (2,340th)

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Arcade Fire bestography

Everything Now is ranked 5th best out of 6 albums by Arcade Fire on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Arcade Fire is Funeral which is ranked number 9 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 106,132.

Arcade Fire album bestography « Higher ranked (241st) This album (2,340th) Lower ranked (3,478th) »
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Members who like this album also like: Reflektor by Arcade Fire, A Moon Shaped Pool by Radiohead and Lonerism by Tame Impala.

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Average Rating: 
65/100 (from 562 votes)
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From DrTchock97 42 hours ago
Some advice: Start the album at number 11 (Put Your Money On Me) and stop after number 3 (Signs of Life). Everything Now (Conitnued) is the best song of the record. Even more disappointing than Coldplay going commercial.
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Their worst album so far.
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Okay, I was never a big fan of Arcade Fire in the first place, in fact I am that annoying dude that likes to point out that they are overrated and that "Funeral" shouldn't be no way near the top ten.

But, Arcade Fire is still, an amazing band, "Funeral" is a good album, sure one of the best of the 2000s, and I actually really like "The Suburbs". But this, this is pure blandness, It felt like they thought "anything we will put-out people will like It", these songs are filled with a overwhelming sense of lazyness from everything to their lyrics to their repetitive instumentals. Some of these songs are simply unlistenable.
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From Jhlffc
Still not sure if this album was a joke or not - (I take that as a good thing)

Win seems to like it a lot at least
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80/100
First listen, I wasn't a fan. Then I found the album at a thrift store (surprising, especially since it's still new). I love Arcade Fire so of course I bought it and gave it another shot. It's amazing how much this grew on me when I listened again without any expectations going in. It's unlike Arcade Fire's past material, but that's not a fault.
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Yes this album is more than slightly dissapointing, probably because the band has set a very high standard with their previous releases so you can help but notice that is clearly their worst album so far. I liked Reflektor, even though it was overlong and a tad pretentious it was still great music. This on the other hand feels unfinished and unfocused. Still, they prove they still haven't completely lost and I believe this album has 3 truly great songs. The title track, Put Your Money on Me and We Don't Deserve Love are truly remarkable and can be counted among the finest ones in the band's impressive discography.
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Not happy with this. They have made some astoundingly good records and this isn't one of them. The trouble is I don't know why and that's irritating.
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From silask
Idk. Id definetely say that theres some good tracks, but theres also quite a few bad tracks. I think if they had put more thought into what they included on this album itd probably better.
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85/100
Just got the album having only got into Arcade Fire in about 2017 - saw them in concert promoting this album without having heard it - concert was excellent. Liked the songs they played from this album like the title track and Electric Blue. Some right good songs on here but a few that aren't quite hitting the mark. A much more "electronic" sound for them - I'll score it after a few more listens
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From mjp11
There are some good songs here(Everything Now, Put Your Money on Me, We Don't Deserve Love, and Electric Blue) but the rest ranges from generic/boring, to pretty bad. Chemistry and Peter Pan have been talked about a lot already so I don't have much else to add other than its disappointing to see Arcade Fire make an album this uninteresting. Hopefully their next album is a return to form.
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