Arctic Monkeys I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor [7"] A massive single from the indie-legends, Arctic Monkeys. Everybody knows this tune taken from their debut full length. 7"
Arctic Monkeys Crying Lightning The first single from indie legends, Arctic Monkeys' third full length album Humbug. 7"
Arctic Monkeys Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair What a banger, the first 7" single taken from Arctic Monkeys' fourth full length studio album, Suck It And See. 7"
Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino [7"] we have a few copies of this left, which we're keeping back for over-the-counter sales, only A 7" single of the title track taken from Arctic Monkey's acclaimed 2018 album Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino. Featuring a new track called Anyways on the B-side. Domino 7"
Arctic Monkeys Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino Deluxe LP is on transparent vinyl and includes an expanded photo booklet. Both LPs are packaged in gatefold sleeves and include download codes. Regular LP is on black vinyl. Finally, the long awaited new album from the legendary Arctic Monkeys, not much needs to be said about these guys, indie combined with anthemic rock at it's finest! Domino CD | LP
Arctic Monkeys Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys EP from ten years ago (!) which would probably have been a number one single if chart rules had allowed. Domino Records 10" | CD
Arctic Monkeys Humbug The third album from the biggest selling British rock band of the last decade. Co-produced by Kyuss/Queens Of The Stone Age legend Josh Homme and part recorded in the Mojave Desert. www.myspace.com/arcticmonkeys Domino CD | LP
Arctic Monkeys Dreamer Taken from the band's edition of the 'Late Night Tales' comes this very limited 7" featuring a spoken word piece by Alex Turner and a cover of Joy Division's classic 'Dreamer' by Matt Helders. A. Dreamer (feat. Nesreen Shah) B. Choice Of Three Azuli Records 7"
Arctic Monkeys Favourite Worst Nightmare The second full length studio album from the legends that are Arctic Monkeys, originally released in 2007. Favourite Worst Nightmare has zero time for messing about - every song immediately makes its presence felt and ends just as abruptly before hurling the listener full throttle into the next. It's a 38-minute ride allowing a mere five-minute breather (the wistful 'Only Ones Who Know' and the first half of 'Do Me a Favour') before carousing its way to perennial set-closer '505'. Domino CD | LP