Whatever People Say I Am, That'S What I'M Not mp3 Album by Arctic Monkeys
2006

Whatever People Say I Am, That'S What I'M Notby Arctic Monkeys

  • 13 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 41:06

Tracks

1.The View From The Afternoon3:38
2.I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor2:54
3.Fake Tales Of San Francisco2:58
4.Dancing Shoes2:21
5.You Probably Couldn'T See For The Lights But You Were Staring Straight At Me2:11
6.Still Take You Home2:54
7.Riot Van2:15
8.Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secured2:24
9.Mardy Bum2:56
10.Perhaps Vampires Is A Bit Strong But...4:29
11.When The Sun Goes Down3:20
12.From The Ritz To The Rubble3:13
13.A Certain Romance5:33
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The debut album by Arctic Monkeys was award winning and hugely successful. The new Sheffield rock group pulled an outstanding album out of the bag and created a huge cult of followers, leaving them as one of the most successful current bands in Britain.

Opening with 'A View From The Afternoon', the album opens with a fast pace, guitar driven song that begins the streets of Sheffield theme that is boasted by the praised lyrics of Alex Turner.

Following on, indie classic "I Bet That You Look Good on the Dancefloor' is an exciting and intricate piece that is one of the Monkeys' most famous singles. Other key hits from WPSIATWIN include 'Dancing Shoes' and 'When the Sun Goes Down', the latter being an incredibly well written piece that describes the struggles of a prostitute out on the streets.

The album includes other popular, but calmer songs such as 'Fake Tales of San Francisco', 'Mardy Bum' and 'Red Lights Indicate Doors are Secured'. They fit perfectly into the progression of the album which moves slightly away from its fast pace - hard rocking opening.

The album ends on 'Certain Romance' which combines every element of the album to create the perfect outro - ranked by NME as the Best Last Song on an album, proving the lyrical genius of Alex Turner prevails in this outstanding album - well worth any amount of money.