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Arctic Monkeys - Teddy Picker (2007)

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Published on Nov 8, 2007

Director Roman Coppola headed into the studio with Arctic Monkeys to capture the spirit of new single, Teddy Picker performed live.

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Comments • 8,509

Jambo Jimmy
One of their best definitely
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lastlookbiach
I like the old and the new Arctic monkeys, makes it sound like I'm listening to two different bands
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ABBSxLODEN
lmao alex hasn't "changed since all the fame", just because he wears sunglasses and nice clothes and acts arrogant in photoshoots does not mean he's "a different person" or "he's full of himself." if you watch any interview from the AM era you'll she he's still the same shy boy who takes forever to finish a sentence and thinks about every word he says. lol I met alex back in October and he was so sweet and kind and he listened to what I had to say and smiled and acted genuinely pleased that I loved his music even though I'm sure he gets that every day. Alex turner is not an asshole who's full of himself, that's just his stage persona he puts on. jfc 
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Druidessa80
I don´t know why you all Arctic Monkeys fans don´t like AM. I found the band cause of their new album and I love every single song in it. And because of AM I´m discovering all their previous work and guess what? I love it too!! Every single band in rock history has changed/evolved in some way at a certain point What´s wrong with that? 
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Vanessa !
Oh the nostalgia. 
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I'mSpecial
Am I the only one that thinks the Arctic Monkeys should have kept their Favourite Worst Nightmare style?
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Poppins
you just cant beat british music, in particular northern england music. beatles, led zepplin, oasis, black sabbath, motorhead etc they all have that northern edge that separates them from everyone else at the time 
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DNR info
good times..
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Sethwell
I really preffer this Alex, the shy-Alex, not the look at me-Alex
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