Arctic Monkeys – Whatever people say I am. ..

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the four guys still actually, the oldest band member is only 19 years – from Sheffield are often compared to bands such as Kaiser Chiefs and Franz Ferdinand. The band CITES their inspiration much from the Britpop and that is also clearly hear. Still, there is a distinctive sound developed by a combination of different styles. Right from the opening track ‘ The view from the afternoon ” is there solid well ploughed by the gentlemen. Yet there is also space in the second half of the plate for some calmer songs like \ ‘ \ ‘ \ ‘ and Riot of Mardy bum \ ‘. The album ends as it begins: with a lot of adrenaline… Although the plate at the first time listening especially sound like much guitar work and drums, the next listening session all pleasant to listen to. The heavy British accent of singer Alex Turner I find correct though charming, but that may also have to do with my soft spot for British bands. Especially the fact that band members Turner (vocals/guitar), Jamie Cook (guitar), Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums) makes this album to a fine debut album. I’d say: a great choice for Lowlands 2006! Arctic Monkeys – Whatever people say I am... tracklist Whatever people say I am, that’s what I’m not 1. The view from the afternoon 2. I bet you look good on the dance floor 3. Fake tales of San Francisco 4. Dancing shoes 5. You probably couldn’t see for the lights but you were staring straight at me, 6. Still take you home 7. Riot of 8. Red light indicates doors are secured 9. Mardy bum 10. Perhaps vampires is a bit strong but … 11. When the sun goes down 12. From the Ritz to the Rubble 13. A certain romance  Arctic Monkeys – Whatever people say I am... – Arctic Monkeys Whatever people say I am, that I’m not Domino Recording running time: 41.04 minutes Website: Arctic Monkeys

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