Ranking the albums of Arctic Monkeys in order of reviews
Arctic Monkeys band is a famous English rock group founded in Sheffield in 2002. The band members include Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O’Malley, and Matt Helders. Former participant Andy Nicholson left the band in 2006, shortly when their album debut was released.
They have already released seven studio records. As with everyone else, certain are more effective than others. But not everyone can agree about the precise order in which they should be placed. You can see the top 7 to the top spot and the YouTube videos for every album. It is crucial to keep in mind that your favorite could be in the highest position or it could be near the lowest. This is the beauty of art in all its kinds.
According to Mirror, Arctic Monkeys earns around 4 million USD per year “Despite negative reviews – including just two stars in rock bible Rolling Stone – for LP Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, the boys earned $3.25 million each last year.”
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Top Arctic Monkeys Albums
7. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (2018)
It was only natural for Alex Turner would incorporate the relaxed swagger of his busman’s holidays, the Last Shadow Puppets, into his main band, The Arctic Monkeys. Yet, the gentle louche that is the Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino is a bit of a surprise. It is due to the reality that Turner was just 32 when he released Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino to the world at an age that appears older, given that the Arctic Monkeys released their debut at 19.
Through Tranquility Base, Turner comes like he’s considerably older than what he is and is fawning over an alleged lover who claims to not have watched Blade Runner, and reminiscing about the 70s which he did not see. The man may have been born during the peak of Brothers in Arms, but Turner loves the sci-fi era of the swinging 1960s, wagging at futuristic ideas and acknowledging the star-gazing potential of the genre has diminished with the advent of technology.
6. Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not (2006)
“Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not” is the first studio album released by English rock group Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 January 2006 via Domino Recording Company and on 21 February 2006 in the United States.
The album contains their debut two singles “I’m Sure You Are Good in the Dancefloor” and “When the Sun Goes Down” along with the re-recorded versions from their debut EP Five Minutes With Arctic Monkeys. The album is the sole Arctic Monkeys album with bassist Andy Nicholson, as he left the group shortly after the release of the album.
5. Beneath the Boardwalk (2004) – Demo
“Beneath the Boardwalk” originated when the first batch of demos was distributed via the Internet. The first sender, who wanted to categorize the demos named them after the venue that he was in when he received them that was that of the Boardwalk situated in Sheffield — a now goner in which was where the Arctic Monkeys used to play shows and Alex Turner used to work.
As more demos were released on the internet, they were all classed under this label. This led to a lot of people believing the notion that Beneath the Boardwalk was an early album, or the first demos were all released under this label.
4. Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007)
“Favourite Worst Nightmare” was the band’s second studio album. English rock group Arctic Monkeys, released on 18 April 2007 via Domino Recording Company.
The album was recorded in London’s east end’s Miloco Studios, with the producers James Ford and Mike Crossey The album came out before the single “Brianstorm” on April 16, 2007. It is the first album of the band featuring Bassist Nick O’Malley, replacing their former bassist Andy Nicholson, who left the band prior to their North America tour of the debut album.
3. Suck It and See (2011)
“Suck It and See” is album number four of English rock group Arctic Monkeys, released on 6 June 2011 through Domino Recording Company. The album was recorded by long-time co-founder James Ford and was recorded at Sound City Studios in Los Angeles in the beginning of 2011, with mostly live recordings, as opposed to the overdubbing.
In terms of musically, Suck It and See is a refreshing departure for the band after the dark sound of the preceding album Humbug (2009) and the album is a mix of styles, ranging from guitar pop to the psychedelic genre of pop. The album’s title, which is a British phrase that translates to “give it a shot” was considered to be controversial to some in America. United States and subsequently censored in certain areas.
2. Humbug (2009)
“Humbug” is the third album from English rock group Arctic Monkeys, first released on August 19th, 2009 via the Domino Recording Company. The band began to compose new songs to be included in the album towards the close of summer 2008 and then completed it in the spring of 2009.
As with their previous album The Favourite Nightmare of the Worst (2007), Humbug was first released in Japan before being later followed by Australia, Brazil, Ireland, and Germany on August 21, 2009. The album was released to the UK on August 24, 2009, as well as in the US the next day, as well as in Greece on August 31.
1. AM (2013)
“AM” is the album that marks the fifth studio album of English rock group Arctic Monkeys. It was recorded by James Ford and co-produced by Ross Orton at Sage & Sound Recording in Los Angeles and Rancho De La Luna in Joshua Tree, California, and released in September of 2013 through Domino.
This album got promoted with its singles “R U Mine? “, “Do I Wanna Know? “, “Why’d You Only Call Me If You’re High? “, “One for the Road”, “Arabella”, and “Snap out from It”. It also features guest appearances by Josh Homme, Bill Ryder-Jones as well as Pete Thomas.