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ARCTIC MONKEYS/LIMITED EDITION/CD GOLD DISC/ALBUM "HUMBUG"


Item ID: 15107

Price: £89.99

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LIMITED EDITION CD GOLD DISCS  

These items are stunning and look fantastic on office/home walls and are great talking points. A must for a fan or collector. 

A stunning Limited Edition Cd Gold Disc of the Artist/s.  

Each one is Limited to only 50. 

(The item shown on listing is #1 but the one you receive will be between #1 - #50.) 

Comes with a Certificate Of Authenticity with a Limited Edition Number. 

Original Cd and Cd Cover included in the display. 

Framed in a 40cms x 50cms (16 inches x 20 inches) Gold Aluminium frame with mount and v groove, and covered with plexi-glass (which doesn't break like glass).  

Comes with a metal plaque with the Limited Number on it. 

These discs have been professionally electroplated with gold, so will not crack or peel.
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Arctic Monkeys Gold and Platinum Record Displays Highlight Punk British Rock

Echoing classic British punk bands like the Clash and the Buzzcocks, the Arctic Monkeys began recording and performing in their Northern England home city of Sheffield in 2002. Their popularity grew locally due to the spread of free copies of these early recordings, which were soon put up on file sharing websites.

Eventually, after their fan base grew farther wide than Northern England, the band caught the attention of record labels, and was signed to Domino Records, a London-based indie label whose catalog has included Franz Ferdinand and Townes Van Zandt. Soon after, the band released their first single in 2005, a track called "I bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor", which proved to be an immense success, and went to the number one spot on the UK singles charts, beating out UK veteran entertainer Robbie Williams.

Their next single on Domino, "When the Sun Goes Down" enjoyed similar success, also going to number one and pushing established artists out of the spot. Following the smashing success of the first two singles, Arctic Monkeys released their debut in 2006, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, which broke records as the fastest-selling debut in British album sales, and eventually became a certified Quadruple-Platinum Record album in the UK.

Thematically, the album's lyrics depict the nightlife of young Northern urbanites with tracks like "Dancing Shoes", with its catchy guitar riff and club-anthem beat, and "Still Take You Home", a drum-driven stomp.

In 2007, the band returned with their second studio album, another multi-Platinum Record, entitled Favourite Worst Nightmare. Recorded in London under the production of Simian's James Ford, it followed in the success of the band's debut and entered charts at number one in the UK, and number seven in the US.

The album garnered more critical praise for the band, even drawing comparisons to the Smiths, and the first single, "Brianstorm", went straight to number one on UK Indie charts. The album also won the band several music industry awards, including a BRIT award for Best British Album in 2008.

Following the release of Favourite Worst Nightmare, the band began a world tour to promote their two albums, after which they released a live album and concert DVD, directed by actor/director Richard Ayoade and filmed by cinematographer Danny Cohen.

The album, At The Apollo, was recorded in Manchester at the final concert of their 2007 tour. In 2008, Arctic Monkeys released their third studio album on Domino, Humbug. Released immediately prior to their appearances at several UK festivals, Humbug reached number one in several European countries, as well as the UK and US indie charts and became a Gold Record. Critics almost unanimously praised the band's emerging maturity. The band's 2011 effort Suck It And See saw the band return to collaborate with James Ford again, this time recording with the band in Los Angeles. A fourth consecutive number one album for the band, Suck It And See proved their staying power with British and international audiences. Everything Collectible has an inspiring collection of Gold Record and Platinum Record displays of this impressive band that continues to put out hit records year after year!



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