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The The Monkeys from the Arctic

Nowadays succeeding in the music industry it’s very challenging. Moreover if you come from England and you have the pressure of big rock bands like The Beatles behind you. Arctic Monkeys have now four CD’s on the street, but as all the bands they have been trough many changes and difficulties. I personally encourage people and listen to all of their songs. The Monkeys are like wine, the older, the better. And they are only 25.
After their debut in 2006, their second CD, Favourite Worst Nightmare, wasn’t so good. It was a grey come back in general. It’s entertaining because you can dance to some songs, but it wasn’t so gripping as the first one. Only the songs “505” or “This house is a circus” are impressive and shine over all the other songs.
With Humbug, their third album, they reached the top. They were bored of doing the same over and over. The album starts with a lot of energy and it gets better while you are listening to all the tracks. One particular strength of Humbug, is the use of keyboards, that gives the track an innovating sound never heard before.
A marked difference between the two albums is that the band has grown up a lot and their sound is more mature than before. They won’t be anymore a teenage-rock band.
I would strongly advise you to listen to them and if you have the chance, go to one of their concerts. A stunning performance is ensured.…...

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