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Arctic Monkeys-Brianstorm
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Arctic Monkeys - Brianstorm Bass Cover
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Video for the single 'Brianstorm'. First single to be released from forthcoming album Favourite Worst Nightmare, out April 2007. www.arcticmonkeys**** www.dominorecordco****
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Promo video for Arctic Monkeys' single "Brianstorm".
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I don't own any of this content. All rights reserved to Arctic Monkeys, BBC, EMI Music Publishing, and one or more music publishing rights collecting societies, etc. This video includes the broadcast from BBC from this Glastonbury day and not only Arctic Monkeys (which is aprox: 1:30h) SETLIST: Intro 0:03:24 Do I Wanna Know? (first time ever played in the UK) 0:08:59 Brianstorm 0:12:05 Dancing Shoes 0:15:23 Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair 0:18:42 Teddy Picker 0:21:47 Crying Lightning 0:25:38 Brick by Brick 0:29:53 Fake Tales of San Francisco 0:33:23 She's Thunderstorms 0:37:27 Old Yellow Bricks 0:40:46 Pretty Visitors 0:45:21 I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor 0:48:40 Do Me a Favour 0:52:50 R U Mine? (first time ever played in the UK) [Not recorded] Mad Sounds (first time ever played in the UK) 0:56:23 Fluorescent Adolescent 0:59:50 A Certain Romance Encore: 1:06:55 Cornerstone (Semi acoustic, accompanied by string section) 1:11:38 Mardy Bum (Semi acoustic, accompanied by string section) 1:16:45 When the Sun Goes Down 1:21:50 505 (with Miles Kane) (Happy Birthday was sung prior for Alex's mum)
28 Aug 2013
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Favourite Worst Nightmare Studio album by Arctic Monkeys Released 18 April 2007 Recorded December 2006 at Miloco Studios London, England Genre Post-punk revival Length 37:34 Label Domino, Warner Bros. Producer James Ford Mike Crossey Favourite Worst Nightmare is the second studio album by Sheffield indie rock band Arctic Monkeys that was first released in Japan on 18 April 2007[1] before being released around the world. Recorded in East London's Miloco Studios with producers James Ford and Mike Crossey, the album was preceded by the release of new single "Brianstorm" on 16 April 2007.[2] In its first week following release the album sold over 220,000 copies, emulating Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not in going straight to number one in the UK Albums Chart, albeit selling 100,000 copies fewer than their record-breaking debut. Favourite Worst Nightmare's first day sales of 85,000 outsold the rest of the Top 20 combined, while all twelve tracks from the album entered the top 200 of the UK Singles Chart in their own right.[3] In the USA, the album debuted at number seven, selling around 44,000 copies in its first week.[4] The album has since gone 2x platinum[5]in the UK and the album was nominated for the 2007 Mercury Prize. At the 2008 BRIT Awards it won Best British Album Track History: "Teddy Picker" is a song by the Arctic Monkeys and the third single[1] from their second album Favourite Worst Nightmare. It was released on December 3, 2007 in the United Kingdom.[2] The song entered the UK singles chart at number 20. It remained only one week in the top 40 staying in this position, making it the lowest charting single for the band so far The song refers to the popularity of celebrities. A 'teddy picker' is British slang for a crane machine, a popular machine at carnivals where prizes, particularly stuffed animals, are picked by a mechanical crane. The song equates a person getting noticed as a celebrity with a prize being picked up by a crane-a result of luck. The song expresses annoyance with people who are so desperate to be famous that they do over-the-top things to get attention, such as participate in reality shows. Such occurences of reality show 'stars' being treated as real celebrities are especially prevalent in the UK, the home of Arctic Monkeys, where the show Big Brother has spawned such national icons as Jade Goody. The line "don't be surprised when you get bent over" refers to the amount of celebrities or media darlings that are tricked or persuaded by the industry to continue their attention seeking by promises of fame or money. Lyrics: Despair to the point till they provoke The punchline before they have told the joke The sheer desperation to be scene/seen Staring at the television screen Despair to the point where they provoke You to tell the fucking punchline before you have told the joke Sorry sunshine it doesn't exist It wasn't in the top 100 list And it's the thousandth time and it's even bolder, Don't be surprised when you get bent over, He told ya, that you were gagging for it She saw it and she grabbed it and it wasn't what it seemed The kids all dream of making it, whatever that means Another variation on a theme A tangle on the television and the magazine D'you reckon that they do it for a joke? D'you reckon that they make 'em take an oath? That says "we are defenders Of any poseur or professional pretender around" When did your list replace the twist and turn? Ah the fist, replaced the kissed-on concern And if you're bothered, I don't want your prayers Save it for the morning after And it's the thousandth time and it's even bolder, Don't be surprised when you get bent over, He told ya, that you were gagging for it Lets have a game on the Teddy Picker Not quick enough can I have it quicker? Already thick and you're getting thicker Lets have a game on the Teddy Picker Not quick enough can I have it quicker? Already thick and you're getting thicker Asuming that all things are equal, Who'd want to be men of the people When there's people like you?
16 Jul 2012
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iConcerts - TV Show - Arctic Monkeys & Co - Later with Jools Holland *******www.i-concerts****/#/?q=en/concert/arctic-monkeys-co-later-jools-holland-en-0 As the BBC's flagship live music show, 'Later... with Jools Holland' continues to feature a consistently high caliber of international artists. This episode includes live performances from Henry Salvador, Artic Monkeys, CSS, Brian Ferry, The Hold Steady & Tinariwen.
19 Jan 2012
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Song: "Brianstorm" Artist: Arctic Monkeys Album: "Favourite Worst Nightmare" (2007) This song is fantastic. I've always loved the lyrics, and the drums are immense! Seeing this song live a few weeks ago made me feel like I HAD to cover it! As well, after making "Crying Lightning" I received quite a popular demand for it. So, here you are! As well, I just hit QUITE a personal milestone. 500,000 total videos, with over 1,750 subscribers! You have NO IDEA how much I appreciate your support. I will continue to make videos. Always feel free to comment and message me about anything!
15 May 2013
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Set-list: 1. 0:33 Do I Wanna Know? 2. 5:00 Brianstorm 3. 8:35 Dancing Shoes 4. 11:28 Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair 5. 15:19 Snap Out of It 6. 19:31 Crying Lightning 7. 24:04 Knee Socks 8. 28:58 Reckless Serenade 9. 32:32 Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High? 10. 36:09 Arabella & War Pigs 11. 40:20 Pretty Visitors 12. 44:34 I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor 13. 47:57 Fluorescent Adolescent 14. 51:32 One for the Road 15. 55:55 R U Mine?
17 Nov 2013
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Arctic Monkeys performing Brianstorm live at the Manchester Apollo. Taken from the Arctic Monkeys At The Apollo DVD.
28 Feb 2012
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"You Know I'm No Good" is the second single from Amy Winehouse's second studio album, Back to Black (2006). The track follows in the footsteps of Winehouse's previous singles of a mix of jazz and R&B with her soulful, raspy vocals and this time hip hop-inspired beats over it. Recorded solo, and then again with guest vocals from Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, the original appeared on Winehouse's album, and the version featuring Ghostface Killah appears on his album, More Fish. Arctic Monkeys covered this song on Jo Whiley's Live Lounge on BBC Radio 1 in their second appearance there, along with their single at the time, "Brianstorm". In the summer of 2007, "You Know I'm No Good" was also incorporated into ads for AMC's TV drama Mad Men, as well as the opening to ITV's Secret Diary of a Call Girl. On the recap of The Best Songs of 2007 by Entertainment Weekly magazine, this song ranked at number two.[1] List of awards and nominations received by Amy Winehouse 2004 - Ivor Novello Awards Stronger Than Me - Best Contemp. Song Mus. & Lyrically 2007 - MOBO Awards Best UK Female 2007 - MOJO Awards Rehab- Song of the Year 2007 - MTV Europe Music Awards Artist's Choice 2007 - Popjustice £20 Music Prize Rehab -Best British Pop Single of the Year 2007 - Q Awards Back to Black- Best Album 2007 - Vodafone Live Music Awards Best Female 2007 - Elle Style AwardsBest British Music Act 2007 - BRIT AwardsBest Female Solo Artist 2008 - Vibe AwardsBest Neo-Soul Act 2008 - World Music Awards -Best Selling Pop/Rock Female 2008 - Meteor Music AwardsBest International Female 2008 - Ivor Novello Awards Best Song Musically & Lyrically- You Know I'm No Good 2008 - Ivor Novello Awards Best Song Musically & Lyrically - Love Is a Losing Game 2008 - Grammy AwardsRecord of the Year 2008 - Grammy AwardsSong of the Year 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest Female Pop Vocal Performance 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest New Artist 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest Pop Vocal Album - Back to Black 2009 - NME AwardsWorst Dressed 2009 - Echo Music AwardsAlbum of the Year 2009 - Echo Music AwardsBest International Female Artist Rock/Pop
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Video Tributo a Arctic Monkeys Animación e Ilustración - Omar Elí Basado en la Canción Fluorescent Adolescent. Download this video for mobile phone, free!!!!: *******www.sendspace****/file/rjhfxl Fluorescent Adolescent Single Version Video Animation 16: 9 Screen Version Tribute to Arctic Monkeys "Fluorescent Adolescent" is a song by the Arctic Monkeys and the second single from their second album Favourite Worst Nightmare. It was released on 4 July 2007 in Japan and 9 July 2007 in the United Kingdom. Released 4 July 2007 (Japan) 9 July 2007 (UK) Format7", 10", CD Recorded December 2006 at Miloco Studios, London, England GenrePost-punk revival Length 2:57 LabelDomino Writer(s): Alex Turner, Johanna Bennett Producer: James Ford, Mike Crossey Favourite Worst Nightmare track listing "Brianstorm" "Teddy Picker" "D Is for Dangerous" "Balaclava" "Fluorescent Adolescent" "Only Ones Who Know" "Do Me a Favour" "This House Is a Circus" "If You Were There, Beware" "The Bad Thing" "Old Yellow Bricks" "505"
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Just thought I'd share this. i did a split screen when I initially capped this video to show you guys what I hit and I kept it full screen so I chould show youguys the menus and all. Anyways, Hope you enjoy it.This is an old video.Also, cool points if you can figure out what song that is at the intro. It's a cover song that I recorded last year (I played all instruments). Here's a tip: the original song is in Final Fantasy VI.I'm using a Goodwood Mods drum kit.
16 Mar 2010
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