the concert, an audience of fans will quickly create and pieces
of the group are found on the Internet where a real buzz occurs.
In 2005 the band released a CD two titles from one thousand five
hundred copies, because despite his popularity in concert halls,
the Arctic Monkeys are struggling to find a record company. It's
finally done in June 2005 and the group can record its first album.
"Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" was
released in January 2006 and will make a real board with more
than three hundred fifty thousand copies sold in its first week
of operation. The careers of Arctic Monkeys is launched. Torn
between touring and interviews, the four boys live their successful
rock like a fairy tale. However, this rate depletes Andy Nicholson
who decides to leave the band in 2006. He was replaced on bass
by Nick O'Malley (born July 5, 1985). In 2007, with its second
album, "Favorite Worst Nightmare", the band managed
the feat of placing all the securities in the top two percent
of sales. The Arctic Monkeys released "Humbug" in September
2009. This album, like previous ones, takes the basis of a strong
rock music on texts of more profound.