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Arctic Monkeys 

Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not

145.00 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2006

DOMINO

Rock Indie

Arctic Monkeys' debut gave British rock music a swift kick in the trousers. Riotous tracks like "The View from the Afternoon" and "Dancing Shoes," with their twitchy drum lines and broken guitar scales, are both wobbly and anthemic; they provide a fitting backdrop to Alex Turner's stories of “weekend rock stars” who dodge the police, hustle club bouncers, and dance “to electro-pop from 1984.” The songs are more snapshots than portraits, but there’s an urgent beauty in their raggedness.

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Arctic Monkeys 

AM

119.00 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2013

DOMINO

Rock

AM is the fifth studio album by English indie rock band Arctic Monkeys.

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Arctic Monkeys 

Favourite Worst Nightmare

129.00 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2018

DOMINO

Rock

Favourite Worst Nightmare is the second studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 April 2007 by Domino Recording Company. Recorded in east London's Miloco Studios with producers James Ford and Mike Crossey, the album was preceded by the release of "Brianstorm" on 16 April 2007.

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Arctic Monkeys 

Humbug

129.00 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2009

DOMINO

Rock

Humbug is the third studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, first released on 19 August 2009 through the Domino Recording Company. The band started to write songs for the album towards the end of summer 2008, and finished it entirely in spring 2009.

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Arctic Monkeys 

Suck It And See

123.00 LEI

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LP | NEW  | 2011

DOMINO

Rock

Suck It and See is the fourth studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, released on 6 June 2011 by Domino Recording Company. It was produced by the band's longtime collaborator James Ford and was recorded at Sound City Studios in Los Angeles, with Ford and drummer Matt Helders promising to deliver a more "instant", "poppy", and "vintage" sound in comparison to the band's darker, polarising previous album Humbug (2009).

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