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Arctic Monkeys are giving away a free download, a live version of “The View From The Afternoon” as a taster for their forthcoming live film release.

Their new live DVD “Arctic Monkeys Live At The Apollo”, which premieres at the Raindance Film Festival tomorrow night (October 7), ahead of it’s release on November 3, is the band’s first feature length film.

A special edition version of Arctic Monkeys Live At The Apollo will come with a limited edition live vinyl album, recorded in Texas in 2006 as well as cinema poster from the Apollo show last year and a set of postcards designed by artist Pete McKee.

You can download “The View From The Afternoon” until October 10, from Arcticmonkeys.com.

Live At the Apollo features the following tracks:

’Brianstorm’
‘This House Is A Circus’
’Teddy Picker’
’I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’
’Dancing Shoes’
’From the Ritz To The Rubble’
’Fake Tales Of San Francisco’
’When the Sun Goes Down’
’Nettles’
’D Is For Dangerous’
’Leave Before The Light Come On’
’Fluorescent Adolescent’
’Still Take You Home’
’Da Frame 2R’
’Plastic Tramp
’505’
’Do Me A Favour’
’A Certain Romance’
’The View From The Afternoon’
’If You Were There, Beware’


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