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Not My Job: We Quiz Arcade Fire's Win Butler On Odd Arcade Games

The band Arcade Fire may have been formed in Montreal, but founder Win Butler isn't even Canadian — he was raised in Texas. So the next time you hear choral harmonies, ethereal instruments and angsty lyrics about feelings, remember: That's the Texas sound.

We've invited Butler to play a game called "I've got Pac-Man fever!" Three questions about surprising arcade games.

Click the audio link above to see how he does.

Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

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