Arctic Monkeys discography

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Arctic Monkeys discography
Arctic Monkeys.jpg
Arctic Monkeys performing live at the Newcastle Academy on 30 January 2006
Studio albums6
Video albums2
Music videos24
EPs5
Singles23

British indie rock[1][2] band Arctic Monkeys have released six studio albums, three extended plays (EPs) and twenty-three singles.

Arctic Monkeys were formed in 2002 by guitarist and vocalist Alex Turner, guitarist Jamie Cook, bass guitarist Andy Nicholson and drummer and backing vocalist Matt Helders. After recording and independently distributing demos, the band released their debut EP, Five Minutes with Arctic Monkeys, on 30 May 2005. Among various offers, Domino Recording Company was the label favoured by the band, and they signed a deal with the London-based group in June 2005.

Arctic Monkeys' first release on Domino was the single "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor", which debuted at number one in the United Kingdom.[3] A second single, "When the Sun Goes Down", was released a week before their full-length debut and also topped the UK chart.[3] The band's debut album was released on 23 January 2006; Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not reached number one in the UK[3] and Australia[4] and became the fastest-selling debut album in British history, selling 363,735 copies in its first week (a record that was broken one year later by Leona Lewis' Spirit).[5]

A second EP was released on 24 April; Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys? featured the last material recorded with original bassist Andy Nicholson, whose departure from the band was announced in June.[6] He was replaced by Nick O'Malley, formerly of The Dodgems. "Leave Before the Lights Come On" was the first single released after Nicholson's departure, which reached number four in the UK.[3] "Fake Tales of San Francisco" was also released in August, though only in the US as a radio-only single and the Netherlands.

Arctic Monkeys returned to the recording studio in late 2006 to record the follow-up to their 6× Platinum[7] debut. "Brianstorm", which was the first single released from the album, peaked at number two on the charts. Favourite Worst Nightmare was released on 18 April and reached number one in the UK[3] and reached number seven on the Billboard 200 in the US.[8] The second single released from Favourite Worst Nightmare was "Fluorescent Adolescent", which reached number five.[3] On 3 December, "Teddy Picker" was released, which became the band's lowest-charting single up to that point, reaching number 20 in the United Kingdom.[3]

On 6 July 2009, Arctic Monkeys released the lead single from the new album Humbug, "Crying Lightning", which reached number 12 in the UK. Humbug was released on 24 August 2009 and charted at number one in the UK, and although going Platinum, it failed to reach the same critical and commercial acclaim as their previous albums. "Cornerstone" was the second single released from the album, and only reached number 94, making it the band's lowest chart performance to date. "My Propeller" was released as the third single (although originally "Pretty Visitors" was intended to be released), and reached number 90.

In 2011, the band released a new album Suck It and See, it spent one week at number one in UK chart[3] and spawned four singles, more than any other of their albums. The first single "Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair" reached number 28 in the UK charts,[3] but the three subsequent singles from the album failed to chart in the UK top 40. In March 2012, a new single was released, the non-album single "R U Mine?"; helped by more airplay including on BBC Radio 1's 'A' list, entered the UK charts at number 23 on 5 March.[3]

In July 2013, they released "Do I Wanna Know?" as the second single from AM and it debuted and peaked at number 11, while the album's third single, "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?", bested the chart placing again when it entered the UK charts at number eight.

In 2018, the band released their sixth studio album, entitled Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, which debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart. The album's most popular single, "Four Out of Five", debuted at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
UK
[3]
AUS
[4]
BEL
[9]
CAN
[10]
DEN
[11]
FRA
[12]
GER
[13]
IRL
[14]
ITA
[15]
JPN
[16]
NLD
[17]
NZ
[18]
SWI
[19]
US
[8]
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not 1 1 9 16 6 17 20 1 40 9 8 5 16 24
Favourite Worst Nightmare
  • Released: 23 April 2007
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP, download
1 2 3 4 1 6 2 1 14 4 1 4 6 7


Humbug
  • Released: 19 August 2009
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP, download
1 2 1 6 4 2 4 1 17 4 2 3 7 15
  • BPI: Platinum[7]
Suck It and See
  • Released: 6 June 2011
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP, download
1 4 2 12 2 7 10 3 28 11 6 7 8 14
  • BPI: Platinum[7]
AM
  • Released: 6 September 2013
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP, download
1 1 1 3 1 4 3 1 4 10 1 1 2 6
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
  • Released: 11 May 2018
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP, CS, download
1 1 1 4 2 1 4 2 3 9 1 2 1 8


Video albums[edit]

List of video albums
Title Album details Certifications
Scummy Man
  • Released: 2006
  • Label: Domino
  • Formats: DVD
At the Apollo
  • Released: 3 November 2008
  • Label: Domino
  • Formats: DVD

Other albums[edit]

Title Album details
Beneath the Boardwalk
  • Demo album
  • Released: 2004
  • Self-released and distributed

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Extended play details Peak chart positions
UK
[3]
AUS
[4]
DEN
[11]
GER
[13]
IRL
[14]
FRA
[12]
JPN
[16]
Five Minutes with Arctic Monkeys
  • Released: 30 May 2005
  • Label: Bang Bang
  • Format: CD, LP
Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?
  • Released: 24 April 2006
  • Label: Domino
  • Format: CD, LP
[A] 37 2 79 5 52 137
iTunes Festival: London 2011
  • Released: 22 July 2011
  • Format: Download
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ Due to its length, Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys? was ineligible to chart as a UK single or album.[41]

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released as single and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[3]
AUS
[4]
BEL
[9]
CAN
[42]
DEN
[11]
FRA
[12]
IRL
[14]
ITA
[15]
JPN
[16][43]
NLD
[17]
US
[44]
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" 2005 1 18 [A] 15 100 12 61 99 [B]
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[7]
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
"When the Sun Goes Down" 2006 1 26 [C] 11 52 72 [D]
  • BPI: Platinum[7]
"Leave Before the Lights Come On" 4 81 11 16 40 57 [E] non-album single
"Brianstorm" 2007 2 67 [F] 53 4 44 7 28 24 36 [G] Favourite Worst Nightmare
"Matador" / "Da Frame 2R" non-album single
"Fluorescent Adolescent" 5 [H] 9 88 12 61 [I]
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[7]
  • FIMI: Gold[47]
Favourite Worst Nightmare
"Teddy Picker" 20 [J] 99 32 38 116 98
"Crying Lightning" 2009 12 70 [K] 23 44 [L] Humbug
"Cornerstone" 94 99 [M] 42 [N]
"My Propeller" 2010 90 [O] 56 [P]
"Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair" 2011 28 50 55 Suck It and See
"The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala" 167 [Q] 15
"Suck It and See" 149 [R]
"Black Treacle" 2012 173 [S]
"R U Mine?" 23 94 [T] 147 65 [U]
  • BPI: Platinum[7]
  • FIMI: Platinum[48]
AM
"Do I Wanna Know?" 2013 11 37 33 48 45 14 62 70
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[7]
  • ARIA: Platinum[49]
  • IFPI DEN: Gold[50]
  • FIMI: 2x Platinum[51]
  • RIAA: Platinum[25]
"Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" 8 56 31 87 164 33 42
"One for the Road" 112 [V] [W]
"Arabella"[53] 2014 70 [X]
"Snap Out of It"[56] 82 [Y] 68
"Four Out of Five" 2018 18 80 45 30 [Z] Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
"Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino" [AA] [AB] 49
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 17 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  2. ^ "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 18 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[45]
  3. ^ "When the Sun Goes Down" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 12 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  4. ^ "When the Sun Goes Down" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number two on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  5. ^ "Leave Before the Lights Come On" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number four on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  6. ^ "Brianstorm" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number nine on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  7. ^ "Brianstorm" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 14 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[45]
  8. ^ "Fluorescent Adolescent" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number seven on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  9. ^ "Fluorescent Adolescent" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 15 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  10. ^ "Teddy Picker" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 25 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  11. ^ "Crying Lightning" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 13 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  12. ^ "Crying Lightning" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 15 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  13. ^ "Cornerstone" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 18 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  14. ^ "Cornerstone" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 20 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  15. ^ "My Propeller" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number seven on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  16. ^ "My Propeller" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number six on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  17. ^ "The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 15 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  18. ^ "Suck It and See" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 20 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  19. ^ "Black Treacle" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 22 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  20. ^ "R U Mine?" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 11 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  21. ^ "R U Mine?" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[45]
  22. ^ "One for the Road" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 76 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  23. ^ "One for the Road" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 20 on the Hot Singles Sales chart.[46]
  24. ^ "Arabella" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number seven on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  25. ^ "Snap Out of It" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number two on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  26. ^ "Four Out of Five" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100 but peaked on the Netherlands' Single Tip Chart at number 7.[57]
  27. ^ "Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino" did not enter the UK Official Singles Chart Top 100 but peaked on the Official UK Singles Sales Chart at number 20.[58]
  28. ^ "Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number seven on the Ultratip chart.[9]

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Certifications Album
The View from the Afternoon 2006 Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
"Fake Tales of San Francisco"
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted and certified songs[edit]

List of songs, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[3]
UK
Indie

[59]
BEL
[9]
IRL
[14]
MEX
Air.

[60]
NZ
[18]
SPA
[61]
US
Rock

[62]
"Dancing Shoes" 2006 Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
"Mardy Bum" 123 17
  • BPI: Platinum[7]
"From the Ritz to the Rubble"
"A Certain Romance"
"If You Found This It's Probably Too Late" 2007 124 "Brianstorm" single
"Temptation Greets You Like Your Naughty Friend" 77
"What If You Were Right the First Time?" 114
"D Is for Dangerous" 116 Favourite Worst Nightmare
"Balaclava" 104
"Only Ones Who Know" 130
"Do Me a Favour" 127
"This House Is a Circus" 132
"If You Were There, Beware" 189
"The Bad Thing" 140
"Old Yellow Bricks" 122
"505" 74 [A]
"The Bakery" 161 "Fluorescent Adolescent" single
"Plastic Tramp" 153
"Too Much to Ask" 178
"Sketchead" 2009 80 9 "Cornerstone" single
"Fright Lined Dining Room" 29
"Catapult" 35
"The Afternoon's Hat" 2010 27 "My Propeller" single
"Joining the Dots" 28
"Evil Twin" 2011 114 16 "Suck It and See" single
"Electricity" 2012 128 10 "R U Mine?" single
"Come Together" 21 62 Isles of Wonder
"2013" 2013 36 "Do I Wanna Know?" single
"Stop the World I Wanna Get Off with You" 74 12 "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" single
"You're So Dark" 135 17 "One for the Road" single
"I Wanna Be Yours" 42 AM
"Fireside" 2014 [B] 18
"Knee Socks"
"Star Treatment" 2018 23 3 33 [C] 99 26 Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
"One Point Perspective" 26 4 [D] 48 27
"American Sports" 6 56 35
"Golden Trunks" 8 62 41
"The World's First Ever Monster Truck Front Flip" 9 65 44
"Science Fiction" 11 82
"She Looks Like Fun" 10 83 47
"Batphone" 13 91
"The Ultracheese" 12 87
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Notes

  1. ^ "505" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 14 on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  2. ^ "Fireside" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number nine on the Ultratip chart.[9]
  3. ^ "Star Treatment" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number three on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[63]
  4. ^ "One Point Perspective" did not enter the Flanders Ultratop 50, but peaked at number eight on the Ultratip chart.[9]

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Fake Tales of San Francisco" 2005 Chris Commons and Mark Bull
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" Huse Monfaradi
"When the Sun Goes Down" 2006 Paul Fraser
"The View from the Afternoon" W.I.Z.
"Leave Before the Lights Come On" John Hardwick
"Brianstorm" 2007 Huse Monfaradi
"Fluorescent Adolescent" Richard Ayoade
"Teddy Picker" Roman Coppola
"Crying Lightning" 2009 Richard Ayoade
"Cornerstone"
"My Propeller" 2010 Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern
"Brick by Brick" 2011 Aaron Brown and Ben Chappell (Focus Creeps)
"Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair"
"The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala"
"Suck It and See"
"Evil Twin"
"Black Treacle" 2012
"You and I"
"R U Mine?"
"Do I Wanna Know?" 2013 David Wilson
"Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" Nabil Elderkin
"One for the Road" Aaron Brown and Ben Chappell (Focus Creeps)
"Arabella" 2014 Jake Nava
"Snap Out of It" Aaron Brown and Ben Chappell (Focus Creeps)
"Four Out of Five" 2018
"Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino"

Other appearances[edit]

Song Year Album Notes
"Diamonds Are Forever"[64] 2008 All the Rage Cover of a 1971 Shirley Bassey song.
"I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" 2012 Isles of Wonder Songs recorded during the rehearsal at the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony stadium on 23 July.
"Come Together"

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