Soyuz Music, Rough Trade. Do You Like Rock Music?
British Sea Power - Lights Out For Darker Skies (06:37, 320Kb/s). British Sea Power - No Need To Cry (03:43, 320Kb/s). British Sea Power - Atom (05:39, 320Kb/s). British Sea Power - Down On The Ground (04:24, 320Kb/s). British Sea Power - Open The Door (04:57, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Do You Like Rock Music (2008).
On 2005's Open Season, British Sea Power traded in some of the chilly post-rock angst that fueled their 2003 debut with a more streamlined, radio-ready approach that left some listeners yearning for the lo-fi majesty of songs like "Carrion" and "Fear of Drowning. Those tunes were still there, but they demanded repeated spins before revealing their fruits, a tactic that the stoic Cumbria, England, quartet employs again - but with far more breathtaking results - on its third full-length, Do You Like Rock Music?
Styl muzycznyPunk-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1. 1. All in It. 2. Lights Out for Darker Skies. Other productions from British Sea Power. Machineries of Joy. Valhalla Dancehall. Do You Like Rock Music? Open Season. The Decline Of British Sea Power.
At first glance, Do You Like Rock Music? seems bruised by commercial failure. The album opens with a ambiguous paean to the singalong collective experience that recently seems to have become rock's main raison d'etre. It finally manages to harness British Sea Power's immense, edge-of-chaos live sound to brilliant songs: the album seems neither glossy nor wilfully abstruse, just exciting. Surging from a lulling piano introduction into a gale of panic-stricken guitars, Atom sounds less like a song than an outbreak of mass hysteria with a chorus so irresistible even certain grumpy old authors might join in despite themselves.
Do You Like Rock Music? British Sea Power. Do You Like Rock Music? Tracklist. More British Sea Power albums. Let the Dancers Inherit the Party. Show all albums by British Sea Power.
British Sea Power are an indie rock band based in Brighton, East Sussex, England, although three of the band members originally come from Natland (near Kendal), Cumbria, England. The wide-ranging nature of their material has led critics to liken their sound to a variety of groups, from The Cure and Joy Division to the Pixies and Arcade Fire. Valhalla Dancehall released: 2011. Man of Aran released: 2009. Do You Like Rock Music? released: 2008. Open Season released: 2005. The Decline of British Sea Power released: 2003. 2008-03-01: Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco, CA, USA released: 2005-04-16: Motel Mozaique, Rotterdam, Netherlands released
British Sea Power have been an ambitious band from the start. From their first guitar scribbles on 2003 debut, The Decline of British Sea Power, through the more streamlined songwriting on the 2005 follow-up, Open Season, the Brighton band have pushed themselves and their craft beyond simply re-creating rock music: The band perform dressed in vintage military uniforms on stages decorated with foliage, yet they never come off as ironic. Their approach is playful yet cerebral, like a logic puzzle.
|1||All In It|
|2||Lights Out For Darker Skies|
|6||Down On The Ground|
|7||A Trip Out|
|8||The Great Skua|
|10||No Need To Cry|
|11||Open The Door|
|12||We Close Our Eyes|
NotesPromotional Use Only.
|RTRADCD 300||British Sea Power||Do You Like Rock Music? (CD, Album)||Rough Trade||RTRADCD 300||Europe||2008|
|none||British Sea Power||Do You Like Rock Music? (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Rough Trade||none||UK||2008|
|XQCY-1018||British Sea Power||Do You Like Rock Music? (CD, Album, Dig)||Rough Trade||XQCY-1018||Japan||2008|
|RTD007||British Sea Power||Do You Like Rock Music? (LP, Album + CD, Album)||Rough Trade||RTD007||US||2008|
|MR 3004-2||British Sea Power||Do You Like Rock Music? (CD, Album)||Moon Records||MR 3004-2||Ukraine||2008|