presents The Top Pop Songs
Of All Time !
We have ranked the pop songs that have charted over the past 50+
years on The ARC Weekly Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100, and come up
a definitive list that will continue to expand as we add to it,
and continue to modify as new songs chart on The ARC Weekly Top
Arcade Fire hail from
Canada and currently consist of Win Butler, his
wife Regine Chassagne, Richard Reed Parry,
William Butler, Jeremy Gara, Sarah Neufeld, and
group started with Butler and Josh Deu performing
in Boston as Arcade Fire before going to Montreal
and adding Chassagne, Myles Broscoe, Dane Mills,
and Brendan Reed.
2003, several members began leaving, and others
joined. Arcade Fire quickly became known for
their extensive music instrument variety they
used on tour and on their critically acclaimed
September 14: Arcade Fire released
their debut LP Funeral (available for download at
iTunes and Amazon-mp3). The LP title reflected
the loss of a few family members of the band.
Although commercial success for the LP was low,
the LP was universally praised by critics.
Rolling Stone described the LP as
"...(aching) with elegiac intensity...
(capturing) the agony and even ecstasy of
surviving death all around you."
March 24: Arcade Fire topped the
Billboard Digital Albums chart for 1 week and
Rock Albums chart for 1 week with Neon
The LP topped the charts in Canada and Ireland,
and Top 10 in the US, Australia, Belgium, France,
Iceland, Norway, and the UK.
August 21: Arcade Fire topped the
Billboard 200 LP chart for 1 week, the Digital
Albums chart for 1 week, the Rock Albums chart
for 2 weeks, and the Alternative Albums chart for
4 weeks with The
Suburbs. The LP also topped the charts in
Canada, Belgium, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, and
the UK, and hit the Top 10 in Australia,
Switzerland, Finland, France, Germany, Holland,
Sweden, and Spain.
November 13: Arcade Fire performed
"We Used To Wait" and "Sprawl II
(Mountains Beyond Mountains)" on Saturday
Released: July 12, 2005 Tracks: "Old Flame"
- "I'm Sleeping In A Submarine" -
"No Cars Go" - "The Woodland
National Anthem" - "My Heart Is An
Apple" - "Headlights Look Like
Diamonds" - "Vampire / Forest
Released: October 29, 2013 Billboard Top
peak: # 1 (for 1 week) Billboard #1: Digital Albums, Rock
Albums, Alternative Albums Grammy Nominee: Best Alternative Music Album Tracks: "Reflektor"
- "We Exist" - "Flashbulb
Eyes" - "Here Comes The Night
Time" - "Normal Person" -
"You Already Know" - "Joan Of
Arc" - "Here Comes The Night Time
II" - "Awful Sound (Oh
Eurydice)" - "It's Never Over (Hey
Orpheus)" - "Porno" -
Released: July 28, 2017 Billboard Top
peak: # 1 Billboard #1: Album Sales, Digital
Albums, Rock Albums, Alternative Albums Tracks: "Everything Now
(Continued)" - "Everything
Now" - "Signs Of Life" -
"Creature Comfort" - "Peter
Pan" - "Chemistry" -
"Infinite Content" -
"Infinite_Content" - "Electric
Blue" - "Good God Damn" -
"Put Your Money On Me" - "We
Dont' Deserve Love" - "Everything