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Biography Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
They began playing locally in mid-2003 and soon began handing out CD-R demos to fans, who took it upon themselves to file-share the songs.
What exactly is it you've been drinking these days?
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?
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.
It's the star treatment It's the star treatment The star treatment “Star Treatment” is the opener to the Arctic Monkeys' sixth studio album, co-produced by Alex Turner himself for the first time.
Throughout the song, Turner covers his past turmoils and inspirations before the fame, with a rich and meticulously crafted metaphor for how idolized celebrities are distorted by the media similar to the light of a star.The band has released four albums, and the later three stray far from their much acclaimed debut.