Hey, Arcade Fire fans! Your favorite Canadian collective is selling autographed copies of its new DVD, Mirror Noir, for $250 on its website.
Yeah, that's kinda pricey, seeing that a good chunk of people are eating cat food these days. But it does benefit Partners in Health, which helps poor people. So it all comes back around anyway.
So if you've got the extra cash, you'll get an autographed DVD (presumably signed by all 93 members of the band) and a signed and numbered silk-screened poster (signed by the artist).
Mirror Noir chronicles Arcade Fire's last tour. It's more artsy experimental film than concert doc, but it suits the group.
Best of all, only 250 of the limited-edition packages are being made. So a few years from now, you should be able to unload your investment on eBay for considerably more. Hopefully, by then all of us can afford lavish deluxe DVDs like this. —Michael Gallucci
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