Arctic Monkeys – Only Ones Who Know Piano Sheet Music

Favourite Worst Nightmare has received universal acclaim since release, with a score of 82 on Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100, based on 38 reviews.[13]

In a 5-star review, The Daily Express described it as “a shockingly good release that just gets better, faster and stronger with each listen”,[23] while The Guardian said it had “successfully negotiated the daunting task of following up the biggest-selling debut album in British history” and stated that the second half of the album was the stronger half, noting the similarity to Morrissey in “Fluorescent Adolescent” whilst criticising the opening tracks, Brianstorm in particular. Their progression was also highlighted with The Guardian saying “if you removed everything from the album except Matt Helders’ drumming, it would still be a pretty gripping listen”,[15] and The Observer praising the new sounds on the album referencing the “piercing, melodic guitar by Jamie Cook” and “where Turner reveals the other weapons in his armoury” when referring to Alex Turner’s progression.[24] Pitchfork Media noticed the “new emotional depth” of tracks such as “Do Me a Favour”, “Only Ones Who Know” and “505”,[19] which were also commonly cited by most other critics as being amongst the highlights. NME and Uncut ranked it as the second-best album of 2007.[25] Dutch publication OOR named it the best of 2007.[25]

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