|1||Still Take You Home||2:54|
|2||A Certain Romance||5:33|
|3||Perhaps Vampires Is A Bit Strong But..||4:29|
Mixed By – Barny, Jim AbbissProducer – Alan SmythRecorded By – Andreas Bayr
|6||The View From The Afternoon||3:38|
|7||From The Ritz To The Rubble||3:14|
|9||I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor||2:54|
|10||You Probably Couldn't See For The Lights But You Were Staring Straight At Me||2:11|
|11||Fake Tales Of San Francisco||2:58|
|12||When The Sun Goes Down|
Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Alan Smyth
|13||Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secured||2:24|
|WIGLP162||Arctic Monkeys||Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (LP, Album)||Domino||WIGLP162||UK & Europe||2006|
|WIGLP162VMP||Arctic Monkeys||Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (LP, Album, Club, RE, Gra)||Domino||WIGLP162VMP||US||2018|
|094635334425||Arctic Monkeys||Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (CD, Album, Dig)||Domino||094635334425||Australia||2006|
|WIGLP162||Arctic Monkeys||Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (CD, Album, Dig)||Domino||WIGLP162||Canada||2006|
|DNO 086||Arctic Monkeys||Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not (CD, Album, Dig)||Domino||DNO 086||US||2006|
- Design – Juno Liverpool
- Mixed By – Barny (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13)
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Owen Skinner (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13)
- Photography By [Booklet Pictures 1, 4, 7, 11, 12] – Andy Brown
- Photography By [Front & Back Cover, CD, Booklet Pictures 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 & Centre Photography] – Alexandra Wolkowicz
- Producer – Jim Abbiss (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13)
- Recorded By – Ewan Davies (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13), Jim Abbiss (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13)
- Recorded By [Assisted By] – Henry (tracks: 1 to 8, 10 to 13)
Released in a standard jewel case with 16 page booklet insert of photos and credits.
The first press was released as a Digipak, and there is another version in a jewel case.
Recorded at Chapel Studio, Lincolnshire and 2 Fly Studio, Sheffield.
'Mardy Bum' recorded at Telstar Studios Munich.
Mixed at Olympic Studios London.
℗ & © 2006 Domino Recording Co Ltd.
Made in the E.U.
- Barcode (Text): 5034202016229
- Label Code: LC10192
- Matrix / Runout: WIGCD162S SP 94471 01 (c)
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LU81
- Mould SID Code: IFPI KA07
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Domino Recording Co. Ltd.
- Recorded At – Chapel Studios
- Recorded At – 2fly Studios
- Recorded At – Telstar Studio, Munich
- Mixed At – Olympic Studios
- Published By – EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
- Pressed By – Lynic
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not is the debut studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 January 2006 by Domino Recording Company. The album surpassed Elastica's self-titled album to become the fastest selling debut album in British music history, shifting over 360,000 copies in its first week, and remains the fastest selling debut album by a band. It has since gone 6 Platinum in the UK. The title Whatever People Say I Am, Thats What Im Not is a direct quote from the 1960 British film Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, which the band drew inspiration from for some of the albums lyrics. This was the only Arctic Monkeys album not to be produced by James Ford, who arrived for their sophomore effort and has stuck around to this day in all of the bands releases. What accolades did the album earn . I do not own any of this. Watch out the volume of some songs 1-The View From the Afternoon: 00:00 to 03:39 2- I Bet you Look Good on the Dancefloor: 03:48. Ищете треки из альбома Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not исполнителя Arctic Monkeys Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно . Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Arctic Monkeys. Artist: Arctic Monkeys Album: whatever people say i am that's what i'm not Songs: 1. The view from the afternoon 2. I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor 3. Fake Tales Of San Francisco 4. Dancing shoes 5. You probably couldn't see 6. Still Take You Home 7. Riot Van 8. Red Light Indicates Doors Are Secure 9. Same as intro. e-4- B-6- G-5- D-6- A-4- E-. Song: I bet you look good on the dance floor. e- B- G-. D-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- x2 A-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- E-2-2-2-2-2-2 . Riotous tracks like The View from the Afternoon and Dancing Shoes, with their twitchy drum lines and broken guitar scales, are both wobbly and anthemic they provide a fitting backdrop to Alex Turner's stories of weekend rock stars who dodge the police, hustle club bouncers, and dance to electro-pop from 1984. Whatever People Say I Am is practically an old-fashioned concept album about working-class clubbing, a Saturday Night Fever for the British sons and daughters of parents raised on disco and punk. Yet Turners aim isnt to be the best dancer, or to escape to the big city: Its merely stayin alive, and pulling a few birds. Subsequent songs name those things - bored cops pummeling underage drinkers vindictive doormen and fist. On Monday, the Arctic Monkeys sold 118,501 copies of their debut album in the UK, more than the rest of the top 20 combined. It's a startingly high figure not just because they're set to be the Biggest New Band Since Oasis but because of the speed with which they've gatecrashed their nation's public consciousness, going from unknown indie band to No. 1 on the singles charts in roughly six months. The Sh. When Whatever People Say I Am hit the streets in January 2006, it sold a gob-smacking 118,501 copies within its first week of release, which not only made it the fastest-selling U. debut ever, but sold more than the rest of the Top 20 combined - a remarkable achievement by any measure. Last time such excitement surrounded a new British guitar band it was a decade earlier, as Brit-pop hit overdrive with the release of Oasis' 1994 debut, Definitely Maybe. Whatever People Say I Am captures the band mashing up the Strokes and the Libertines at will, jamming too many angular riffs into too short a space, tearing through the songs as quickly as possible