There are few words left to be written about Arcade Fire. At this point, you either like Win Butler, his super-serious Canadian crew and their overblown, sub-Springsteen, though admittedly emotionally infectious, brand of indie rock, or you despise the pomposity of it all. Hey, music is entirely subjective, so that’s your call. But this show is arguably more interesting than most from the Fire, because of the inclusion of The Zombies on the bill. The British ’60s rockers normally can be found playing at venues such as the Rose in Pasadena or the Canyon Clubs, to oldie crowds. But putting classics like “Time of the Season” in front of a hip young audience is a thrilling proposition. Sometimes, risks like these are worth taking.