We originally posted this gig as the Air Canada Centre show in Toronto, which took place on Monday 20 March when Arctic Monkeys supported Oasis. Just to avoid confusion, we remind you that this is NOT that gig, and we have edited the details of the mp3s, and those of you who have downloaded the gig already should change the following in the album section of the mp3:
Live at Toronto, Air Canada Centre / With Oasis 20/03/2006
Live at Toronto Phoenix Concert Theatre 21/03/2006
NME have revealed the full details of the new Arctic Monkeys EP which will contain five tracks - four of them brand new.
The new EP entitled 'Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys' will be released on April 24 - only three months after their hugely successful debut album.
Already released on the LP back in January, 'The View From the Afternoon' will lead the EP and will be followed by four brand new songs.
The Tracklisting is as follows:
1. The View From The Afternoon
2. Cigarette Smoker Fiona
3. Departure Lounge
4. No Buses
5. Who The Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys
So, although little to no details of these songs have been revealed yet, we can assume 'Cigarette Smoker Fiona' may be a newly edited version of old demo 'Cigarette Smoke' which is still among the top favourite tracks with Arctic Monkeys fans everywhere. And if the title doesn't say enough, Arctic Monkeys friend/legend/fan Queueman stated there is a line "Cigarette Smoke in Fiona's Eyes" in the song.
'From Despair To The Departure Lounge' was played solely by Alex in San Francisco on March 13 after bassist Andy's instrument temporarily failed, and details were given that the track was called 'Despair In The Departure Lounge' and a video download was made available here at Mardy Bum (Click Here) so it's pretty obvious that "Despair In The" has been replaced with "From Despair To The", although the official website does have the title as 'Despair In The Departure Lounge' as the title.
Fourth track 'No Buses' has never been mentioned but in an interview during the NME Awards tour, Alex mentioned that a reworking and renaming of old demo 'Wavin' Bye To the Train or Bus' had been made.
'Who the Fuck Are Arctic Monkeys' was mentioned at the bottom of a Guardian article on the band way back on January 1, even before the release of 'When the Sun Goes Down' single and 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not' album. Click Here to view it.
But what sets up more anticipation than anything else is the fact that we are still yet to hear recorded versions of the following, which were all tipped to be on the new EP:
- Leaving Before The Lights Come On - now a regular in the Arctic Monkeys live setlist.
- Do Me A Favour' - a follow-up of the girl in 'Mardy Bum'
- Three Episodes Where Someone Else Got In The Way
- I Wish You Would Have Smiled In The Bakery
Morrissey has apologised for his recent, harsh-sounding comments on Arctic Monkeys, admitting that he was "wrong about their success being too sudden" and claimed he wasn't criticising the Sheffield lads.
Speaking to NME.COM Morrissey said:
"I'm sorry that the comments I made at SouthBySouthWest about the Arctic Monkeys were printed so harshly in The Times and the NME," states Morrissey.
"I actually quite like the Arctic Monkeys and whatever I said was said with tender, avuncular concern. I hope to God I didn't upset their grannies," he added.
"In any case, I was wrong about their success being too sudden and without any dues paid, because that's exactly how it happened for The Smiths. So, I really should shut it."
The deadline of our competition has finally arrived, and 4 random winners have been chosen!
Our first place winner was: Liam Sharp
Our second place winner was: Pete Buckley
And our two runners up were: Jess Roberts and Jake Penrice
We have emailed you all with more details.
Congratulations to all our winners, and commiserations if you were unlucky! Look out for more competitions here at mardy-bum in the future.
The answer to the competition's question was "Keith Murray"