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The first 500 people to use this link will get 2 months of Skillshare for free: https://skl.sh/middle8 Support the channel on Patreon: http://bit.ly/Middle8-Patreon Let’s talk music: Twitter: http://bit.ly/Middle8-Twitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/Middle8-Instagram There’s always great music to find on my Spotify playlists: http://bit.ly/Middle8-Spotify Written, Voiced and Edited by Frank Furtado Additional voices by Leah Ramsay #arcticmonkeys #am #tranquilitybasehotelandcasino #middle8 ------------------------------- You probably know the Arctic Monkeys from tracks like: “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?” or “R U Mine?” and of course “Do I Wanna Know?” And that’s understandable, their album AM is what finally brought them into the mainstream. It debuted at number 6 on the Billboard 200 and sold more copies than their last 3 did combined. Yet at home in the UK, the Arctic Monkeys are nearly a household name, where all 5 of their albums have debuted at number one and where their first album still reigns as the fastest selling debut album - by a band - in the UK. (363,735 copies sold in its first week!) They’ve headlined the largest festival in the UK. Twice. They’ve changed the way record labels distribute music today and they’re one of the only bands to win Best British Group and Best British Album on three separate occasions. So what was it about AM that finally helped them break into worldwide markets? Let’s look back at their journey and find out who the f*** are Arctic Monkeys? This music video essay is on the English rock band Arctic Monkeys, from their local beginnings to their rise to the world stage. I talk about their 18-song demo, Beneath the Boardwalk which helped thrust them into popularity after it was uploaded to the internet. Their debut record Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not is still the top selling album by a band in the UK. Their sophomore Favourite Worst Nightmare came back with even more energy. They worked with Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme for their third album Humbug introducing a new desert rock sound. They then diverted for their fourth album Suck It and See before finally releasing AM, the album that gained them worldwide attraction. Let’s dive into what audiences loved so much about AM. The grooves recalling their R&B roots, falsettos, their new personas and more. Will the Arctic Monkeys' new album Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino continue the band's streak of success? We'll just have to wait and see. ------------------------------- Disclaimer: I do not own any of the videos or music used in this video. They are used for education and discussion purposes.

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