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Album four, released 10 years ago, found the band liberated, taking't' piss, being sincere — and at their most funny and free since their world-changing debut.
Throughout a song set, the frontman operated at almost-rock-god levels of showmanship, from high-kicks to swivelling his hips with some seriously filthy swagger. At the time, clips of the electrifying performance posted to YouTube incited widespread disbelief among fans who had ly posited that the Sheffield quartet thrived off a mildly awkward, no-fuss stage presence.
It was a breathtaking reinvention — and one that proved that Arctic Monkeys were finally ready to blossom into the world-dominating stars they were always primed to become. It was a shocking sonic breakthrough, a collection that was propelled by squalling, horror-infused songs loaded with daring musical turns and progged-out riffs.
But given the divisiveness that surrounded Arctic Monkeys from that point onwards, they had to be every bit as determined to prove themselves as they were at the start.
Pre-quiff Turner in Credit: Alamy. Here, they were still making sense of their transatlantic success and all its rewards. An Arctic Monkeys fan in Credit: Getty.
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