Stream Arcade Fire's 'Reflektor'

Arcade Fire - Reflektor (Arcade Fire / Vevo)

In a surprise move, Arcade Fire have made their entire album available on YouTube days in advance of its official release.

The songs are posted in sequence, with lyrics overlaying the 1959 film Black Orpheus, (which you may have seen on the lyric video for "Afterlife.")

Track list

0:00:00 Reflektor
0:07:34 We Exist
0:13:17 Flashbulb Eyes
0:16:00 Here Comes the Night Time
0:22:30 Normal Person
0:26:53 You Already Know
0:30:51 Joan of Arc
0:46:22 Here Comes the Night Time II
0:49:07 Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice)
0:55:23 It's Never Over (Hey Orpheus)
1:02:02 Porno
1:08:05 Afterlife
1:14:02 Supersymmetry

You can hear Arcade Fire perform these songs -- and more -- live Monday night at 9 p.m. CT on The Current.

In the meantime, let us know what you think of the full-length album in the comments below. Who knows, maybe the Reflektor + Black Orpheus mashup works as well as Dark Side of the Moon and The Wizard of Oz?

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  • Arcade Fire live from Los Angeles Arcade Fire played Capitol Records studios in Los Angeles on Oct. 28; the eve of their highly-anticipated 'Reflektor' album release. With their recent announcement of live shows throughout the country,you'll want to hear this incredible hour-long show, (Sun. Nov. 17 at 10 p.m.) including an amazing tribute to the late Lou Reed.
  • Arcade Fire's interactive debut 'Just a Reflektor' It's been over three years since Arcade Fire released their critically acclaimed record <em>The Suburbs</em>. Recalling "The Wilderness Downtown," the short film they had built for a "We Used to Wait" off <em>The Suburbs</em>, the Canadian indie-rock band have an exciting multimedia experience ready for "Just a Reflektor" from their forthcoming release. We'll play the song on the air at 9 p.m. tonight!
  • Arcade Fire debut 'Afterlife', rock The Colbert Report Following a radio debut at BBC Radio 1, and a subsequent radio rip that keeps surfacing, Arcade Fire have released a lyric video for their new single 'Afterlife.'

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