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Whatever I Am I'm Yours / Mine Was Real
Sylvia Pittman
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Oh, I'm yours Oh, I'm yours Oh, oh, Baby, do you believe, I'm yours? You best believe, you best believe, I'm yours. Thanks to Jennasie for adding these lyrics. Thanks to Nathan Song, Alyssa Carroll, nihit agarwal, EwingTan, for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): MRAZ JASON THOMAS  . This song was released as the album's first single because of the fans' response to it. This song was being performed live for about five years before its release. Jason Mraz noted, "When I finally recorded it, my fans were relieved that we didn't overproduce it. We kept the feel and arrangement true to how we play it live.

Even Yanks couldn’t resist these raging Brit-pop-punk gems, and it wasn’t long before the Sheffield quartet’s debut became the fastest-selling debut album by a band in UK chart history. Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not Q&A. Photography By Andy Brown & Alexandra Wolkowicz. Design By Juno Liverpool. Mixing Assistance By Owen Skinner. Mixing By Barny Barnicott & Jim Abbiss. Additional Recording by Alan Smyth.

Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not is the debut studio album by English rock band Arctic Monkeys, released on 23 January 2006 by Domino Recording Company. The album surpassed Elastica's self-titled album to become the fastest selling debut album in British music history, shifting over 360,000 copies in its first week, and remains the fastest selling debut album by a band

Should the band release album closer "A Certain Romance" as its next single, the hit/miss ratio will be greatly improved. A long sigh about living among chavs, "Romance" finds the Monkeys moving between bloody-knuckled and wistful as they paint a picture of boredom breeding violence, of being aware of the faults and faultlines in their environment but feeling too powerless or hemmed in by loyalty to raise a fuss. It's a neat summation of both the band's . and a teenage life characterized by existential drift and geographic claustrophobia  . To the rest of us, however, the album is at times charming, oddly affecting, and certainly promising but understandably something less than life changing.

Breathless, hyperbolic praise was piled upon the Arctic Monkeys and their debut album, Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not, an instant phenomenon without peer. Within the course of a year, the band rose from the ranks of an Internet phenomenon to the biggest band in the . all on the strength of early demos circulated on the Web as MP3s.

Whatever People Say I Am is practically an old-fashioned concept album about working-class clubbing, a Saturday Night Fever for the British sons and daughters of parents raised on disco and punk. Yet Turner’s aim isn’t to be the best dancer, or to escape to the big city: It’s merely stayin’ alive, and pulling a few birds. The opening track, The View From the Afternoon, sets the stage with dead-end dive-bar lyricism: I want to see all of the things that we’ve already seen, Turner sings. Riot Van introduces the album’s second act by dramatically dropping tempo and drums, and although it boasts the disc’s sweetest and fleshiest melody, the violence and vitality don’t falter.

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A Whatever I Am I'm Yours
Written-By – Clinton Moon, Sam Dees
B Mine Was Real
Written-By – Lillian Dees


  • Producer – Sam Dees