Arctic Monkeys Albums Ranked (rated from worst to best)

Arctic Monkeys Albums Ranked (rated from worst to best)

Arctic Monkeys were formed in Sheffield, England, UK in 2002 and were one of the first bands to come to the attention of the public via the internet. They have gone on to receive international success and were the first independent-label band to debut at number one in the UK with all 5 of their first albums. 

Best Arctic Monkeys Albums Of All Time

The Arctic Monkeys have released 6 studio albums to date which we will now rank from worst to best as we see them. Feel free to contradict our rankings in the comments with your own personal rankings and reasons for ranking them.

6. Suck It And See (2011)

This is not a bad album by any stretch of the imagination, just the worst album the band has produced compared to the other 5. Stand out tracks include; “Black Treacle”, “Suck It And See” and “Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair”.

5.Humbug (2009)

Another great album from the band, “Humbug” is often cited as the heaviest album they’ve produced. It was recorded in California and features many instruments never before heard from the Arctic Monkeys including Xylophones, Glockenspiels and Shakers. Stand out tracks include; “My Propeller”, “Fire And The Thud” and “Crying Lightning”.

4.  Favourite Worst Nightmare (2007)

Their second album established the band as more than just a one hit wonder. It also saw the replacement of bassist Andy Nicholson with Nick O’Malley. This album is different in sound to their debut but not in a bad way. Stand out tracks include; “Teddy Picker”, “Brainstorm” and “505”.

3. Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (2018)

Yet another change of direction from the Arctic Monkeys. This is a concept album loosely based on a sci-fi theme and addresses politics, religion and consumerism. Stand out tracks include; “Four Out Of Five” and “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino”.

2. AM (2013)

As always seems to be the case with the Arctic Monkeys, every album is different to the one before it, and this one is no different. With tracks ranging from hip hop to heavy metal this album has something for everyone. Stand out tracks include; “R.U.Mine” and “Do I Wanna Know”.

1. Whatever People Say I Am That’s What I’m Not (2006)

This is where it all started, and their debut must be one of the all-time great debut albums ever released. “Whatever People Say I Am That’s What I’m Not” was the fastest selling debut album in British history, selling more than 360,000 copies in its first week. It produced their first two UK number one singles with “I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor” and “When The Sun Goes Down”. Their first and arguably still their best.

All Arctic Monkeys Albums In Chronological Order

AlbumDate
Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not2006
Favourite Worst Nightmare2007
Humbug2009
Suck It And See2011
AM2013
Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino2018

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best selling Arctic Monkeys album?

The best selling Arctic Monkeys album is “AM” which has sold nearly 3 million copies. 

What is the newest Arctic Monkeys album?

The newest Arctic Monkeys album is “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino” which was released on May 11th 2018.

What is the first Arctic Monkeys album?

The first Arctic Monkeys album was “Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not” which was released on January 23rd 2006 in the UK and on February 21st 2006 in the USA.

What is Arctic Monkeys most famous song?

The Arctic Monkeys most famous song is “I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor” which was released on October 17th 2005, taken from the album “Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not”.

When did Arctic Monkeys start?

The Arctic Monkeys were formed in Sheffield UK in 2002.

What genre is Arctic Monkeys?

The genres attributed to the Arctic Monkeys are; Post-Britpop, Indie rock, Post-punk revival, garage rock, psychedelic rock and alternative rock.

Who are the members of Arctic Monkeys?

The members of the Arctic Monkeys are Alex Turner, Nick O’Malley, Jamie Cook and Matt Helders. Andy Nicholson is a past member.

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