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Arctic Monkeys — I Want It All
Album: AM
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Released: 2013
Length: 2:55
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Blind faith
Heartache
Mind games
Mistakes
My sweet fireball
My sweet rigmarole
I want it all
I want it all

Old dogs
New tricks
Can you feel it?
Space age country girl
Stone cold miracle
I want it all
I want it all

And then suddenly it hit me it's a year ago
Since I drank miniature whiskey and we shared your coke
Ain't it just like you to kiss me and then hit the road
Leave me listening to The Stones
2000 Light Years From Home
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Ditto Velvet Underground to this.


My son did Arctic Monkeys when he was 14, but because I liked it too he's had to move on to hip hop now he's 15, because I don't like that.
Bill is a segue. Master. Just sayid’...
Jethro Tull Locomotives Breath to this..... Brilliant. Segue!,
Hey Alex  You're Mister T 
ho hum ~~~YAWN
Guitar work is decent Chorus is buble GUM!
this album best heard all together. good flow.
Alex Turner à la grosse tête et les dents qui rayent le parquet mais quelle musique !!! {#Yes}
U2 is doing Black Keys, too.
Love
 MinMan wrote:
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??
 
The skipping beat reminds me of Rock and Roll (Part 2), so that might be part of it.
Marc Bolan  resurrected? 
Black Keys? Who in their right mind would want to sound like that? Horrible noise.
Arctic Monkeys = Instant Mute {#Stop}
 ick wrote:

I think the song you are referring to is simply called "Gimme".

 
Ahh yes.

Correct.

Thanks. 
 MinMan wrote:
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??

 
I understand you !
 zigzag wrote:

Slapback delay on the kit. The overall over-compression. And the guitar/vocal style. It's a tried and true formula that most rock bands will inevitably allude to, usually unsuccessfully.

This lacks any real charm, though I do like the R.S lyrical reference to 2000 Light Years From Home. 

The best example of this genre revisited that I ever heard was Boom Crash Opera's "Give Me What I Want"......seems to be some kind of titular theme going on here too. 

 
I think the song you are referring to is simply called "Gimme".
 MinMan wrote:
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??

 
Slapback delay on the kit. The overall over-compression. And the guitar/vocal style. It's a tried and true formula that most rock bands will inevitably allude to, usually unsuccessfully.

This lacks any real charm, though I do like the R.S lyrical reference to 2000 Light Years From Home. 

The best example of this genre revisited that I ever heard was Boom Crash Opera's "Give Me What I Want"......seems to be some kind of titular theme going on here too. 
 MinMan wrote:
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??

 
That seems to be a rhetorical question.  We assume the answer is not because you have a certain proclivity for what sent him to the slammer. Just sayin. 
 
 deepwoodskev wrote:
This is horrible. I like their older stuff.
  Irony intended?
 MinMan wrote:
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??

 
it is the distorted guitar and layered vocals and stomping beat.
Why does this make me think of Gary Glitter??
So much more interesting than their previous work. Glad to hear more than the Bacardi commercial.
Notorious queensofstoneagesque 
I love the brashness of their earlier work too but the polish of this recent album really shines sic
 deepwoodskev wrote:
This is horrible. I like their older stuff.

 
{#No}
This is horrible. I like their older stuff.
 dig wrote:
Exactly what I was thinking... Sheffield's Black Keys. At least this version of them.



 
I just hope this whole retro revival they've started does not become a trend.  I want to hear artists who are daring and pushing the envelope.
 fredriley wrote:
Sheffield's finest in heavy rockin' mode. The best thing to come out of South Yorkshire since the steel. 'Appen :)

 
{#Yell}....... what he said
 rdo wrote:
Depending on your taste we can thank or blame the Black Keys for this...
  Exactly what I was thinking... Sheffield's Black Keys. At least this version of them.


Depending on your taste we can thank or blame the Black Keys for this...
wow...disco is back...
 fredriley wrote:
Sheffield's finest in heavy rockin' mode. The best thing to come out of South Yorkshire since the steel. 'Appen :)

 I'll take your word for it. Good song. 


Sheffield's finest in heavy rockin' mode. The best thing to come out of South Yorkshire since the steel. 'Appen :)

Great riff.