Arctic Monkeys Vinyl, CD & tapes by Arctic Monkeys at Norman Records

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Arctic Monkeys
Black Treacle

I don't even remember this Arctic Monkeys song. Probably because it was the fourth single taken from their fourth album Suck it and See. My loss though as it's a lovely track not dissimilar from Cornerstone. Fans of all things Sheffield will be pleased to see Richard Hawley turn up on B side You and I. 7" re-press on Domino. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Whatever People Say I Am

Debut album from Los Angeles' neé Sheffield's finest from back when they were four scrappy kids with big fringes, before the smart shirts and slicked back hair. Even now the young Alex Turner's lyrics are genuinely impressive in how vivid a vision of the People's Republic of South Yorkshire they can create. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Brianstorm

Brianstorm  - see what they did there? This was the first single to be taken from Arctic Monkeys second album Favourite Worst Nightmare and was early proof that their debut was no flash in the pan. It's a familiar storming racket with Alex Turner's dextrous, humorous lyrics atop swirling guitars and clattering drums. That rascal himself Dizzee Rascal turns up on the B side for an unlikely collaboration.   
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Arctic Monkeys
Teddy Picker

More Arctic Monkeys re-presses with a new 7" pressing of Teddy Picker, initially released as the third single off their second album Favourite Worst Nightmare. It's long since been on of the bands signature songs still getting reeled out in concert to this day. Get it on a nice fresh 7" backed with Bad Woman. 
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Arctic Monkeys
The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala

The oddly titled The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala was a track taken from Arctic Monkeys fourth album Suck It and See. It's a melodic treat of a song on an album that has sometimes been accused of being too hard edged. Lots of lyrical twists and turns and stadium-ready rock here. The only downside is that the B side features Miles Kane. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Suck It And See

7” vinyl re-issue of ‘Suck It And See’, the title track and third single taken from Arctic Monkeys’ 2011 album of the same name. Unusually, its awesome B-side ‘Evil Twin’ performed better in the UK charts than the main feature, reaching no.114 in comparison to ‘Suck It And See’ at no.149. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Who The F**K Are The Arctic Monkeys

The title of this 2006 EP by Sheffield's finest was on of the many excuses I used to put me off listening to them in their early days. But it was me who lost out as this 5 track EP continued the meteoric rise of the band as they showcased an innate wit and ability to document kitchen sink dramas. It might also have been an early example of the band following their muse as lead track View From The Afternoon was surely a hit in waiting but the 5 track format disqualified it from chart entry. Pioneers you see, even then.   
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Arctic Monkeys
Fluorescent Adolescent

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Alex Turner
Submarine (Original Songs)

Submarine was the debut film from actor and director Richard Ayoade. The coming of age drama was a perfect vehicle for a soundtrack by Arctic Monkeys Alex Turner. Showcasing a more mature and reflective side to his songwriting, these six mostly acoustic offerings point the way towards his future work as part of the Last Shadow Puppets. As always lyrically dextrous, this is an overlooked but essential part of his back catalogue. 
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The Last Shadow Puppets
Dream Synopsis

Comprised of Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys), Miles Kane, Zach Dawes and James Ford (Simian Mobile Disco), The Last Shadow Puppets are a modern day supergroup. In December 2016 the quartet bring us a six-track golden nugget in The Dream Synopsis (recorded in just one day) - which offers fresh twists on album favourites, covers and unreleased cuts.
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Arctic Monkeys
I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor

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Arctic Monkeys
Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair

Thankfully Domino keep these Arctic Monkeys 7"s in print  - each a little essential part of their history. We were all worried about Arctic Monkeys at this stage thinking they'd lost their personas and gone down a Queens of the Stone Age-produced vacuum but with the benefit of hindsight and that they got out the other side it seems somewhat clearer what they were doing. Features non LP B side I.D.S.T. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

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Arctic Monkeys
Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino

The long-awaited return of those indie rock archetypes Arctic Monkeys. Five years after 2013’s AM, Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino is the next chapter in their journey from dishevelled Sheffield boys of the noughties to slick and swaggering Americanised rock gang. Or, how Alex Turner went from scruffy to professional. Available on transparent vinyl LP, on Domino.
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The Last Shadow Puppets
Everything You've Come To Expect

The Last Shadow Puppets was what we thought a one off collaboration between Alex Turner (Arctic Monkeys) and Miles Kane but now they are back all grown up with a second album. While their debut was excellent piece of cinematic pop, lead single here "Bad Habits' is a growling piece of rawk. Early indications say 'expansive' - we'll see about that but in any case this will be much sought after, particularly the indies-only edition with a bonus 7".  

Arctic Monkeys
AM

I have to admit (I'm embarrassed by this) I couldn't work out why Arctic Monkeys called their fifth album AM. Arctic Monkeys. No still don't get it. Anyway after a couple of mixed quality albums where they grew their hairs out and recorded in America, the Sheffield four piece returned with a vengeance on perhaps their most commercially successful album to date. It blended their sound with elements of hard rock, hip-hop and soul and contained several songs that have become concert staples. Barely anything on it suggested where they were headed next but this could almost be seen as Arctic Monkeys Party album before the Pet Sounds of Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino.  

Arctic Monkeys
One For The Road

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Arctic Monkeys
Do I Wanna Know

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Arctic Monkeys
R U Mine? / Electricity

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Arctic Monkeys
Suck It And See

Suck it and See was the fourth album by Sheffield rascals Arctic Monkeys and followed up the dark and divisive Humbug with a return to their pop-friendly stadium-filling best. Tracks like Black Treacle confirmed that Alex Turner still had the ability to put thoughtful and entertaining prose to the band's muscly guitar rock and the only thing lacking was a good sleeve...though that is a nice shade of cream.    
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Arctic Monkeys
Brianstorm - PROMOTIONAL POSTER

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Arctic Monkeys
My Propeller

My Propeller was initially taken from the Arctic Monkeys third album Humbug. It showcases the darker sound of the album as the Sheffield scamps started to grow up and explore more mature territories. What it lacks in tunefulness it makes up in a kind of brooding intensity. 7" re-press on Domino with Joining the Dots on t'other side. 
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Arctic Monkeys
Leave Before The Lights Come On

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Arctic Monkeys
Matador/ Da Frame 2R

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Arctic Monkeys
Cornerstone

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Arctic Monkeys
Humbug

'Humbug' was the third album from Sheffield mainstays Arctic Monkeys and the first recorded with producer Josh Homme (Queens of the Stone Age). it showcases a more widescreen sound from the band inspired by the desert studio in which it was recorded. It is still full to the brim though, of Alex Turner's lyrical dexterity and the band's catchy melodies, particularly on 'Cornerstone' which would become one of their classic pieces of northern English storytelling.  
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Arctic Monkeys
Live At The Apollo

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Arctic Monkeys
Crying Lightning

Domino continue their series reissuing Arctic Monkeys original singles. Crying Lightning was the first single from their Humbug album and shows Alex Turner's always entertaining lyrical journeys being backed by some muscular guitar rock aided and abetted by producer Josh Homme. The vinyl features the original B side  - a version of Nick Cave's Red Right Hand.  
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Arctic Monkeys
Five Minutes With

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Arctic Monkeys, The Kills, Various
All The Rage

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Arctic Monkeys
When The Sun Goes Down

Sensibly, Domino have been quietly re-pressing some of the Arctic Monkeys early singles for all you AM nuts out there. When the Sun Goes Down was the second single to be taken from their legendary debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. A tale of prostitution in their hometown of Sheffield, it's an early example of Alex Turner's unique lyrical prowess. On 7" backed with Stickin' To The Floor. 
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