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Thanks to the Internet and mp3-players, British rock group Arctic Monkeys became famous even before the release of their first single, and her full-length debut release Whatever People Say I Am, that’s What I’m Not, released on 23 January, established a British record sales of debut album: 360 thousand copies in the first week.
The participants of the Arctic Monkeys, who are now 19-20 years old, handing out their demos and small club shows. Soon their songs appeared on the Internet, and the crowds began to sing with the group, to the surprise of her musicians. Soon, the Arctic Monkeys have become a major musical sensation in the UK: their early singles I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor and When the Sun Goes Down topped the UK charts, and the popularity of their debut album Whatever People Say I Am, that’s What I’m Not surpassed the wildest expectations. The sale of tickets for their first tour of the country accompanied by unprecedented hype from the crowd for days stand in line and tickets are issued strictly on two in one hand.
The Western press is much discussion of the phenomenon Arctic Monkeys, calling them the first stars era iPod: musicians dobesilas popularity without advertising campaigns and the help of producers thanks to the Internet and the activity of their fans. Among the fans of the Arctic Monkeys appeared and Daniel Radcliffe – 16-year-old performer of the role of Harry Potter; seeing the band at a concert in early 2005, Radcliffe in all the interviews he calls himself a fan.
Arctic Monkeys songs tell of clashes with police, drunkenness, prostitution, and other dark sides of life. 19-year-old vocalist sings with a nasal accent typical of the County of Sheffield. At the concerts of Arctic Monkeys fly around the room plastic cups of beer, and fans are actively engaged in stage-diving – jumping from the stage on the heads of the audience.