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Arcade Fire are having fun with anagrams and arguing twitter accounts

Arcade Fire are having fun with anagrams and arguing twitter accounts
Arcade Fire have an album to promote, so we can expect some strangeness. We’ve already had surprise vinyl and a pretend live stream of the desert, so what have we got today… a twitter account posting anagrams of the tracklist, and the official Arcade Fire twitter account asking them to stop (they didn’t.)
 
The anagrams came from the newly created @EverythingNowCo, a reference to the album, and, well, why don’t we just some here so you can have a go at solving them too. As this has been on the web for more than a minute we expect there’s a fan site with all thousand combinations and people arguing, but if you want a Sunday afternoon with a pencil, here we go:
 
 

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