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It is impossible to talk about the Arctic Monkeys concert in Valencia without mentioning that it was freezing cold. And it is not the same to move to dance than to dance to survive. It was very appropriate to call it MTV Winter (winter for those who don’t know English) and even more appropriate to bring the Arctic Monkeys (arctic monkeys for those of us who used to know them).

That said (it was very, very cold) the show has two readings. On the one hand the ‘show’, very MTV. On the other the concert, another story. The TV channel beat its record and in the third edition of the festival, after The Cure and Franz Ferdinand, burst the City of Sciences of Valencia with the Arctic Monkeys. Before, the Valencian Fuzzy White Casters, Mystery Jets and Lightspeed Champion. All of this in a 21st century fault plan.

In other words, the total concert. MTV did not charge in Valencia, but estimates that last night’s concert will be seen all over the world and will bring in more than three million euros. A waste in which, by the way, Arctic Monkeys, at least the current Arctic Monkeys, are not very good.

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If there is a band that has picked up the zeitgeist of the decade that is now ending, it is Arctic Monkeys. It was the first band to become known thanks to the Internet and became the pioneer of the MySpace generation. It faced the immobility of the music industry and, despite this, their first album, ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’, managed to be the fastest selling debut in UK history: 360,000 copies in its first week, more than two and a half million in total.

However, their second album, ‘Favourite Worst Nightmare’, made it clear that things were going the other way and that Arctic Monkeys were not going to rest on their laurels. It was less successful, but it confirmed their status as a real band. The British punk-pop that dominated their debut album coexisted with other more rock and American influences. And the fundamental reference for the quartet at all levels appeared: Queens of the Stone Age. Immediately after, came ‘The Last Shadow Puppets’, the project that Turner put together with Miles Kane (The Rascals) and that paid tribute to David Bowie, Scott Walker and Love.

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Arctic Monkeys is a British rock band, formed in Sheffield, United Kingdom.[3] The group consists of lead guitarist and vocalist Alex Turner, guitarist Jamie Cook, drummer Matt Helders, and with Nick O’Malley on bass. The band’s original bassist, Andy Nicholson, left the project in 2006 shortly after the release of the debut album.

The band finished recording their first studio album, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, at Chapel Studios in Lincolnshire over 15 days in September 2005, with production by Jim Abiss and with Ewan Davis as sound engineer.[14] It was mixed at Olympic Studios in London and mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.[28] The band recorded their live sessions, but with the bass in separate rooms so that it would not interfere with the guitar amps. Although Domino wanted to simply have the demo versions re-mixed and released as an album, the band members refused as they felt it would be “ripping off” fans.[28] The album’s title came from a line from a film clip called Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, which exclaimed, “Whatever people say I am, that’s what I’m not because they don’t know a bloody thing about me! God knows what I am.” The cover art depicts the band’s friend Chris McClure smoking a cigarette, which was controversial as it was criticized by the NHS, claiming it “incited the idea that smoking was okay.” The band’s manager denied this accusation, and suggested otherwise “You can see from the picture that watching him smoke is not doing him any good.”[29] The band’s manager denied this accusation, and suggested the opposite.”[29

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Arctic Monkeys are Alex Turner, Jamie Cook, Nick O’Malley and Matt Helders. Formed in High Green, Sheffield in 2002, the band has released 5 albums to date, their most recent, ‘AM’ released in 2013.

The band’s debut album ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’ became the fastest selling debut album in UK chart history on its release in 2006.

The Arctic Monkeys performed at the opening ceremony of the London Summer Olympics in 2012 and have headlined Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds festivals twice. The band enjoyed their most successful touring period in support of ‘AM’, headlining over 100 shows and festivals worldwide.

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