Arctic Monkeys - British Chart Performance

Albums by Arctic Monkeys

Title Highest Position Date Buy
Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not 3 04 Jul 2013 £7.99 buy
Favourite Worst Nightmare 8 29 Jun 2013 £7.99 buy
Humbug (Bonus Track Version) 37 29 Jun 2013 £6.32 buy
My Propeller - EP 34 23 Mar 2010 £3.16 buy
Suck It and See 79 11 May 2018 £7.99 buy
iTunes Festival: London 2011 - EP 79 16 Jul 2011 £4.49 buy
AM 1 13 Oct 2013 £7.99 buy
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino 1 11 May 2018 £8.99 buy

Songs by Arctic Monkeys

Title Highest Position Date Buy
I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor 71 28 Jul 2012 £0.99 buy
When the Sun Goes Down 68 29 Jun 2013 £0.99 buy
Mardy Bum 76 29 Jun 2013 £0.99 buy
Fluorescent Adolescent 78 29 Jun 2013 £0.99 buy
Don't Sit Down 'Cause I've Moved Your Chair 13 13 Apr 2011 £0.79 buy
Evil Twin 70 01 Nov 2011 £0.79 buy
R U Mine 15 27 Feb 2012 £0.79 buy
R U Mine? 12 28 Feb 2012 £0.99 buy
Electricity 54 24 Apr 2012 £0.79 buy
Come Together 14 30 Jul 2012 £0.99 buy
I Bet You Look Good On the Dance Floor 70 30 Jul 2012 £0.99 buy
Do I Wanna Know? 3 19 Jun 2013 £0.79 buy
Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High? 5 12 Aug 2013 £0.99 buy
Stop the World I Wanna Get Off With You 48 04 Sep 2013 £0.99 buy
Arabella 54 12 Mar 2014 £0.99 buy
Snap Out of It 69 19 Jun 2014 £0.99 buy
You're So Dark 61 10 Dec 2013 £0.99 buy
R U Mine? (Live from the BRITs) 73 20 Feb 2014 £0.99 buy
Four out of Five 54 11 May 2018 £0.99 buy

About Arctic Monkeys

Arctic Monkeys are an English indie rock band from Sheffield, Yorkshire.

The band currently consists of Alex Turner, Jamie Coo, Nick O'Malley and Matt Helders. Former members include Andy Nicholson and Glyn Jones.

The Monkeys rose to prominence with some incendiary performances in the North of England and after a fan create a myspace account for them. Their first record deal was with uber-indie lable Domino - previously the home to Coldplay. Their first single with Domino, "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" was release barely two weeks after they were featured on the cover of the NME. It entered the UK singles chart at number one in October 2005 with their second single, "When the Sun Goes Down" repeating the trick.

Other Countries

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