Arctic Monkeys – AM (2013) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz]

Arctic Monkeys - AM (2013) [FLAC 24bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Arctic Monkeys
Album: AM
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Release Date: 2013
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 41:46
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 479 MB


1-1. None – Do I Wanna Know? (04:32)
1-2. Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine? (03:21)
1-3. Arctic Monkeys – One For The Road (03:26)
1-4. None – Arabella (03:27)
1-5. Arctic Monkeys – I Want It All (03:04)
1-6. Arctic Monkeys – No. 1 Party Anthem (04:03)
1-7. None – Mad Sounds (03:35)
1-8. None – Fireside (03:01)
1-9. None – Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? (02:41)
1-10. None – Snap Out Of It (03:12)
1-11. None – Knee Socks (04:17)
1-12. None – I Wanna Be Yours (03:04)


Arctic Monkeys release their fifth album, entitled AM. AM was produced by James Ford and co-produced by Ross Orton at Sage & Sound Recording, LA and Rancho De La Luna, Joshua Tree. The album was engineered by Ian Shea and mixed by Tchad Blake. Josh Homme, Pete Thomas and Bill Ryder-Jones all make guest appearances on AM as do the words of John Cooper Clarke, on the track “I Wanna Be Yours”.If Arctic Monkeys launched a tentative retreat on Suck It & See, their first effort after being seduced by Josh Homme, the group once again forge ahead into bold new territory on AM, their fifth album. Neatly splitting the difference between the band’s two personalities — the devotees of barbed British pop and disciples of curdled heavy rock — AM consolidates Arctic Monkeys strengths, a tricky task in and of itself, but the band pushes further, incorporating unapologetic glam stomps, fuzzy guitars, and a decidedly strong rhythmic undercurrent. At times, AM pulses to a distinctly danceable rhythm — “Fireplace” percolates while “Why Do You Only Call Me When You’re High” simmers and “Knee Socks” nearly rivals Franz Ferdinand in disco rock — but this isn’t an album made for nights out; it’s a soundtrack for nights in. Too much of Alex Turner’s mind is preoccupied with love gone wrong, jealousy, and general misanthropy, so even when he’s singing about a “No. 1 Party Anthem,” he’s doing so with a nearly visible sneer. Such an undercurrent of cynicism makes AM an ideal album to listen to under the cover of darkness, but due to the Arctic Monkeys’ muscular wallop and musical restlessness, it never feels like the band is wallowing in bleakness. Instead, this is vibrant, moody music that showcases a band growing ever stronger with each risk and dare they take.

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