Arctic Monkeys

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  • The beginning.

     The beginning.
    During Christmas 2001, the Arctic Monkeys group began to form. The creation of this group came as a consequence of the gifts of some musical instruments that Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received. Soon they began to write songs about their native Sheffield, mainly.
  • First recordings.

     First recordings.
    In 2003, the group began to record numerous demos and models, with which little by little they would be able to perform at various venues.
  • First concert.

     First concert.
    They first performed at The Grapes in Sheffield, where they performed well. From that moment on, the band began recording CDs, which were sold by their own members during concerts and performances.
  • Awards.

     Awards.
    Won the Best British Band and Best British Album at the Brit Awards again
  • First songs with edited.

     First songs with edited.
    They release their first EP Five Minutes With Arctic Monkeys, which contained the songs "Fake Tales Of San Francisco" and "From The Ritz To The Rubble". In a short time they were already playing in festivals such as Reading or Leeds with greater attendance in each presentation.
  • Home of fame.

     Home of fame.
    The group signed by a record company, Domino Records, with which they became very famous in the United Kingdom.
  • First album.

     First album.
    Their debut album, 'Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not', was the best-selling debut album in British music history up to that point.
  • Second album.

    Second album.
    The band's second album, 'Favorite Worst Nightmare', sold over 225,000 copies in its first week of release.
  • Awards for the best British band.

     Awards for the best British band.
    The band also won the awards for best British band and best British album at the Brit Awards, in that same year the band began writing and recording demos for the third album.
  • Beginning of the third album.

     Beginning of the third album.
    Guitarist Jamie Cook announced that they were planning to start writing the third album later this month at Alex Turner's home in Sheffield.
  • Humbug

    Humbug
    The third album was released in 2009. Produced by Josh Homme in the Mojave Desert and Los Angeles and also by James Ford in Brooklyn.
  • Cornerstore.

    Cornerstore.
    The album "Cornerstore" was released in November 2009, with "Catapult", "Sketchead", and "Fright Lined Dining Room" as faces B.
  • Suck it and see, fourth album.

     Suck it and see, fourth album.
    In 2011, they released what would be their fourth album "Suck It and See", which has had much controversy, especially in the United States, because, according to censors, both the video and the lyrics incited to lascivious acts, reason why they prohibited the cover of the CD in that country.
  • R U Mine?

    R U Mine?
    They announce the release of their single "R U Mine?", which they presented through a tour of the United States.
  • Fifth album.

     Fifth album.
    The fifth studio album is released, again produced by Josh Homme and under the Domino Records label. AM is the album that consolidates them worldwide as one of the most influential rock bands today.
  • Rio de Janeiro.

    Rio de Janeiro.
    Arctic monkeys gave a great concert at a music festival in Rio de Janeiro
  • Sixth album.

     Sixth album.
    After five long years they release their sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino.
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