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The new sound was a bit shocking at first but I’ve grown to love this futuristic yet retro body of work.
Save your money and buy literally any other AM album. As a longtime fan, I can't sugar coat that this album is a major let down. In my opinion this should have been released as an Alex Turner solo effort. If I could sum this album up, I'd describe as.. drowsy rambling over uninspiring piano play..
This album sounds like 11 tracks of Bowie on acid. It’s a shame the Arctic Monkeys strayed from the wild, manic guitar riffs and adopted “cosmic jazz”. They are so much better than this garbage.
If you like David Bowie and tons of Reverb this is for you.
At first I didn’t really like the album, but I love it after listening to it a few times. This album is done really well, lyrically it’s one of Alex Turner’s best. While it doesn’t have the heavy guitar driven sound that they’ve had in the past, it is still an amazing album.
It certainly takes a few listens but this the most rewarding and thoughtful album of their career.
Can I get my money back? This album is taking up space that is saved for tunes that rock, melody, and soul.
This album proves that they aren’t just a one-sound act. Wild lyrics, a chill easy-listening vibe, and a whole new side to them. Such a bold move. Way to be guys, keep doing you.
Check out this song : Arctic Monkeys Knee Socks
@the_cribsss: Remember when Arctic Monkeys dropped this banger
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Extremely disappointing for obvious reasons
Didn’t have high expectations for this one and ended up being correct
Been waiting soooo long
I don’t understand the hate! It is different from previous ones. But I’m loving it!
after a delay.. waited for this to release as i missed you guys.... while i cheer for band usually go outside thier bubble.. maybe push 3 or 4 tracks of new experimental stuff.. after 4 full listens, i miss the guitar.. i miss the speed and the fun feeling.. i equate this one to a middle aged man who got divorced and is sad and bitter.. anyways, i'm glad to see new music however i hope your next release gets back to why i fell in love with your tunes.. thanks monkeys.. i'm happy to support ya with a purchase but let's hope for more fun the next time around..
At first listen I can see how die hard monkeys fans and newcomers drawn in by AM were completely thrown through a loop by this daring and deviating album. However, musically, TBHC is beautiful, deep, and lyrically brilliant. Alex Turner and crew took a bold step in a new direction and it has payed off tremendously well. It’s one of those albums that require a few listens to but once you get past its drastically new sound, you can really appreciate the genius of it. Each song flows uniquely into another and is different then conventional music of the last decade. Absolutely brilliant.
On first listen I was disappointed. Seriously disappointed... didn’t like it at all... but I kept it playing in the background and it grows on you. Takes time. Tranquility Base.. good song. 4 out of 5. Good song. Totally different vibe. Impressed that they didn’t try to do AM 2.