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No Lucifer - British Sea Power - Do You Like Rock Music? (CD, Album)

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  1. British Sea Power’s lovingly rendered re-issue of their debut album The Decline Of British Sea Power is now available to pre-order exclusively from Golden Chariot Records now. CD. £ BUY NOW. British Sea Power Do You Like Rock Music? 12" vinyl. 12“ Vinyl 33rpm. £ BUY NOW. British Sea Power Open Season vinyl 12".
  2. Jan 13,  · The Decline of British Sea Power is the debut studio album by English indie rock band British Sea Power, released on 2 June "The Lonely", "Carrion" and "Remember Me" were all released as singles from the album, as well as older recordings of "Fear of Drowning" and "Remember Me", which differ from the versions on this album/5(4).
  3. Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = .
  4. Garnering attention for their intricate and sometimes unruly live shows, they were signed to Rough Trade Records in and subsequently released their debut album, The Decline of British Sea Power, in With monstrous hooks and seam-bursting melodies, the band began to win a loyal following among fans of similar post-punk revivalists like.
  5. No Lucifer! Come on, allons-y let's go, Can always just say no. To the anti-aircraft crew, The boys from the Hitler youth. Silk and cyanide, Six weeks left alive. Metal, skull and bone, You think you know but you don't. To Sodom I will go, Not to Mmegiddo. Several Lucifers come, We can beat them all. A Carlton corsair, A Raleigh twenty, yeah!
  6. BSP have every right to feel content. After all, the almost men of sylvan, jagged rock, the pride of Britain's bookish, bird-watching bohemia, have made an album that's deserving of their swagger. Do you like rock music? If not, here's the perfect place to start.
  7. Forget the rest of the shit The man with the skull and bones, You think you know, but you don't. To Sodom I will go, Not to Megiddo. Several Lucifers come, We can beat them all. A Carlton Corsair, A Raleigh Twenty, yeah! A little lost roe deer, The wind in your hair. NO LUCIFER! Come on, Allons-y let's go, Can always just say no.
  8. British Sea Power evoke the sort of swelling, crescendo-laden, visceral, stormy and poignant post-punk of their Brit countrymen like Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen, the Smiths and the Cure. Ba.
  9. Do You Like Rock Music, an album by British Sea Power on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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