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Suck It and See, Arctic Monkeys fourth album, features 12 songs produced by James Ford at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles. With Suck It and See the band perfectly mesh their hard and soft sides. The album is lyrically their most verbose since their record-breaking debut Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. From shimmering opener "She's Thunderstorms" to the brilliantly buoyant "Black Treacle" through to perfect closer "That's Where You're Wrong," Alex Turner brings an articulate melodic swagger to the proceedings.
Suck It and See, Arctic Monkeys fourth album, features 12 songs produced by James Ford at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles. With Suck It and See the band perfectly mesh their hard and soft sides. The album is lyrically their most verbose since their record-breaking debut Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. From shimmering opener "She's Thunderstorms" to the brilliantly buoyant "Black Treacle" through to perfect closer "That's Where You're Wrong," Alex Turner brings an articulate melodic swagger to the proceedings.
801390030017

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DOMINO
Catalog: 300
Rel. Date: 06/07/2011
UPC: 801390030017

Suck It & See [Vinyl]
Artist: Arctic Monkeys
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $26.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. She's Thunderstorms
2. Black Treacle
3. Brick By Brick
4. The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala
5. Don't Sit Down Cause I've Moved Your Chair
6. Library Pictures
7. All My Own Stunts
8. Reckless Serenade
9. Piledriver Waltz 1
10. Love Is a Laserquest 1
11. Suck It and See 1
12. That's Where You're Wrong

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Suck It and See, Arctic Monkeys fourth album, features 12 songs produced by James Ford at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles. With Suck It and See the band perfectly mesh their hard and soft sides. The album is lyrically their most verbose since their record-breaking debut Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not. From shimmering opener "She's Thunderstorms" to the brilliantly buoyant "Black Treacle" through to perfect closer "That's Where You're Wrong," Alex Turner brings an articulate melodic swagger to the proceedings.
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