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Arcade Fire has a shot at taking home another Polaris Prize.  The indie rockers' chart-topping album Reflektor made the cut on this year's shortlist for the annual award given to the best Canadian album. 

Arcade Fire won the Polaris Prize in 2011 for The Suburbs, and scored a nomination in 2007 for Neon Bible.  Meanwhile, this year's list of contenders also includes Drake's Nothing Was the Same, Mac Demarco's Salad Days, and Owen Pallett's In Conflict. The 2014 Polaris Prize winner will be announced September 22nd during a gala in Toronto. 

Polaris Prize 2014 Shortlist: 

Arcade Fire - "Reflektor" 
Basia Bulat - "Tall Tall Shadow" 
Drake - "Nothing Was The Same" 
Jessy Lanza - "Pull My Hair Back" 
Mac Demarco - "Salad Days" 
Owen Pallett - "In Conflict" 
Shad - "Flying Colours" 
Timber Timbre - "Hot Dreams" 
Yamantaka // Sonic Titan - "Uzu" 
Tanya Tagaq - "Animism" 

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