As a Hardcore Monkeys fan, I had to get this single to complete my collection. And it was the right choice because the A-side is worth the entry price alone. It has a catchy tune and retains the same high-quality song-writing of all their previously released songs. It even tells an amusing story, something that a very few songs do. Sadly, the B-sides on this album aren't quite as good as other Monkeys songs, even the B-sides on the other singles. The problem is, they are both covers by other bands. Put Your Dukes Up, John originally by The Little Flames is a VERY average song in the first place. The lyrics aren't amazing and it doesn't suit the style of AMs either. The second B-side, Baby, I'm Yours is a cover of the Barabara Lewis song. It's a collaboration with the 747s, a band the Monkeys met when working in a London studio. (The 747s are amazing if you ever get around to listening to them.) The song is an amazing cover with a superb harmony, but it just isn't Arctic Monkeys. It would have been better as a 747 B-side with Arctic Monkeys listed as the collaborators.
Overall, the single is a must-buy for any Arctic Monkeys fan, but if you're not an avid collector, just wait until the inevitable "Whatever You Say I Am, That's What I'm Not: Special Edition" which will have the single on. Don't let my misgivings about the B-sides put you off however, they are still good listening.