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Arcade Fire in Haiti

VIRAL VIDEO OF THE DAY: Arcade Fire performed a surprise 45-minute, 12-song gig at the Hotel Oloffson in Port-Au-Prince in Haiti on Tuesday night. The band’s connections to the country include fund-raising after the January 2010 earthquake. The set included covers of songs by Credence Clearwater Revival, the Rolling Stones, Cyndi Lauper and The Paragons, and ended with “Haiti,” which you can see below, and “Wake Up.” The band were reportedly there to help produce a DVD with RAM, a Haitian band lead by the owner of the hotel. (3/31p)

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