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Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner: 'I'd love to make music for Breaking Bad'

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Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner and Matt Helders have spoken about their love of Breaking Bad.

Helders gave his predictions for the AMC drama's upcoming finale episode, which airs on Sunday (September 29) in the US.

Arctic Monkeys and frontman Alex Turner

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Arctic Monkeys

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He told NME: "Breaking Bad will end as a dream, I like that idea of [Walter] being really clever for ages and he wakes up or he comes out of an MRI scan and he hasn't got cancer, and they live happily ever after."

He added: "He's got all the best intentions, or did have, and its spiralled out of control."

Turner said: "He's got to to have a moment to redeem himself."

“Breaking Bad creattor Vince Gilligan” accepts the award for outstanding drama series as co-stars Dean Norris, left, and Aaron Paul look on at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards

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Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan (centre) with Dean Norris and Aaron Paul at the Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 22)


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Arctic Monkeys' frontman also revealed that he would like to have had the opportunity to work on the show's soundtrack.

"I would love to write music for Breaking Bad," said Turner. "But I think I've run out of time unfortunately as there's only a couple of episodes left."

When asked by Helders what style his score would be, he added: "I'd probably do reverby guitar in E minor."

Arctic Monkeys are currently number one in the UK album chart with AM. Watch their latest video for 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?' below:


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