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We’ve thought about asking him a few times.” Kane’s main band is The Rascals, and he also made a solo record this year.Posted in Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, live video, Matt Helders, Nick O'Malley, television, tagged alex turner, jamie cook, jay leno, late night television, live video, matt helders, nick o malley, reckless serenade, suck it and see, television performance on September 28, 2011| Leave a Comment » Posted in Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, News Article, tagged alex turner, Arctic Monkeys, evolution, huffington post, jamie cook, outside lands, songwriting, suck it and see on August 20, 2011| Leave a Comment » In a retrospective piece written by the Huffington Post, Arctic Monkeys discuss what’s happened in the last half decade, how their songs have transformed and why.“I think we do a pretty good ‘I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor’ cover.” Fans should also note that we don’t have to worry about the Arctic Monkeys experimenting with electronica.Jamie Cook said: Posted in Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Matt Helders, Nick O'Malley, tagged Arctic Monkeys, new city music, Their Time: Why Arctic Monkeys May Be the World’s Best Band on August 1, 2011| Leave a Comment » Their music always feels urgent…relentlessly pushing songs into full-sprint mode.
It's the star treatment Yeah, and as we gaze skyward, ain't it dark early?
A 2005 EP, Five Minutes with Arctic Monkeys, was pressed onto limited-edition vinyl and CD, as well as digitally via i Tunes, and they began playing small stages at British festivals, drawing large crowds. Together, the newly refurbished quartet recorded a new single, "Leave Before the Lights Come On," released that August. Turner and Miles Kane of the Rascals formed a side project called the Last Shadow Puppets, and released The Age of Understatement in May 2008.
The band's debut single, "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor," went to Number One in the U. in late 2005; the following January, their first album, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, became one of the fastest-selling British albums of all time, beating the first Oasis album as the biggest debut in U. In April 2007, Arctic Monkeys' second album, Favourite Worst Nightmare, was issued, going straight to Number 1 in the U.
And with lyrics worldly-wise, if not quite world-weary, Turner proves an insightful observer of human behavior, one who manages to transform adolescent tales of love and longing—those twin peaks of rock ’n’ roll—into the basics of existential struggle.
The clever quip of a young man under arrest for under-aged drinking, “I’m sorry, officer, is there a certain age you’re supposed to be?