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Arctic Monkeys (Q170599)[edit]

English band [edit]

Also known as:
  • The Death Ramps
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Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
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Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
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Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
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Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
By April 2006, they issued an EP called Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?, featuring new material. Shortly afterward, founding bassist Nicholson left the group, citing exhaustion from touring. Nick O'Malley, another Sheffieldian who'd played with the Dodgems, filled in on tour and soon became a permanent menter.
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Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
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1 source
Arctic Monkeys Biography
18 March 2014
Sheffield, England's Arctic Monkeys began when teenaged neighbors Alex Turner and Jamie Cook received guitars for Christmas 2001; soon, the pair was rehearsing with school friends Andy Nicholson (bass) and Matt Helders (drums).
By April 2006, they issued an EP called Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys?, featuring new material. Shortly afterward, founding bassist Nicholson left the group, citing exhaustion from touring.
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