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Arctic Monkeys

One of the most talked about British bands since Oasis, Arctic Monkeys are a four piece rock band from Sheffield, England fronted by Alex Turner. The band released their first EP 5 Minutes With... in May 2005 before signing to Domino Records (the home of Franz Ferdinand and Orange Juice). The group's first two singles: "I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor" and "When The Sun Goes Down" both topped the UK singles chart whilst their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, This is What I Am Not became the fastest-selling debut in British history in early 2006. The ...read more

One of the most talked about British bands since Oasis, Arctic Monkeys are a four piece rock band from Sheffield, England fronted by Alex Turner. The band released their first EP 5 Minutes With... in May 2005 before signing to Domino Records (the home of Franz Ferdinand and Orange Juice). The group's first two singles: "I Bet That You Look Good On The Dancefloor" and "When The Sun Goes Down" both topped the UK singles chart whilst their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, This is What I Am Not became the fastest-selling debut in British history in early 2006. The group's second album Favourite Worst Nightmare was released in 2007 to favorable reviews, although it was not as universally well received as their debut. Their 3rd album, Humbug was produced by Josh Homme of Queen of the Stone Age fame, and showed the band turning towards a slightly more psychedelic sound. Their fourth studio album, Suck It And See has thus far represented the band's low point in popularity, which has since rebounded significantly with the release of the single "R U Mine" and the album AM in 2013, which saw the band achieve fame and massive success on both sides of the Atlantic. The band has since released one more studio album, Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino, in 2018. « hide

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LPs
Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
2018

3
556 Votes
AM
09/06/2013

3.5
1,656 Votes
Suck It and See
2011

3.3
1,127 Votes
Humbug
2009

3.5
1,436 Votes
Favourite Worst Nightmare
2007

3.8
2,119 Votes
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
2006

4
3,023 Votes
EPs
My Propeller
2010

4.1
8 Votes
Cornerstone
2009

4.1
13 Votes
Crying Lightning
2009

3.9
11 Votes
Teddy Picker
2007

3.8
10 Votes
Fluorescent Adolescent
2007

3.9
91 Votes
Da Frame 2R / Matador
2007

3.8
8 Votes
Brianstorm
2007

4
59 Votes
Leave Before The Lights Come On
2006

4
66 Votes
Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?
2006

3.6
252 Votes
I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
2006

4
72 Votes
When The Sun Goes Down
2006

4.1
48 Votes
Five Minutes With Arctic Monkeys
2005

3.9
88 Votes
Live Albums
Live at the Royal Albert Hall
2020

Live At The Apollo
2008

4
30 Votes
Compilations
Beneath The Boardwalk
2004

3.6
5 Votes

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