New Album: Arctic Monkeys – ‘AM’ (Tracklist)

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The increasingly stylish (see photo above) Arctic Monkeys are still going strong – their new record AM, the follow up to 2011’s Suck It And See, will be out September 9. It looks like a pretty star-packed record – it’ll feature contributions from Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, alongside some other big names like Pete Thomas (who plays drums for Elvis Costello) and Bill Ryder-Jones, and James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco produced. And, apparently, closer “I Wanna Be Yours” features some quotations from the punk poet John Cooper Clarke. Check out the tracklist below.

AM:

01 Do I Wanna Know?
02 R U Mine?
03 One for the Road
04 Arabella
05 I Want It All
06 No. 1 Party Anthem
07 Mad Sounds
08 Fireside
09 Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?
10 Snap Out Of It
11 Knee Socks
12 I Wanna Be Yours

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