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Mr. P. A. Robinson "PeteRobinsonNow" (Liverpool, UK)
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The Decline Of British Sea Power
The Decline Of British Sea Power
Price: £14.78

12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Re-invented the wheel? More changed its function., 14 April 2005
I bought this album on the strength of the single 'Remember Me' which struck me as one of the most lyrically and musically outstanding songs i'd heard in a long-time. Before listening to the album i hadn't expected such a diversity of songs. From the quirky, edgy almost punky 'Favours in the Beetroot Fields' through the hazy, dream-like 'Blackout' all the way through to the melodic ponderings of 'Lately' this album pushes BSP way above their more mainstream contempories. After each listen you notice something about a song you hadn't noticed before such is the depth of Decline. I've heard BSP compared to a few different bands (Joy Division, Echo and the Bunnymen,The Smiths) but never really agreed. British Sea Power have developed a sound of their own which is original and refreshing.
Ratings /10 (trying not to get to carried away)
1. Men Together Today - 5/10 (bout 10 secs long)
2. Apologies To Insect Life- 7.5/10
3. Favours In The Beetroot Fields- 8/10
4. Something Wicked- 8/10
5. Remember Me- 9.5/10
6. Fear Of Drowning- 8.5/10
7. The Lonely- 7.5/10
8. Carrion- 7.5/10
9. Blackout- 8.5/10
10. Lately- 9.5/10 (very nearly 10)
11. A Wooden Horse- 8/10


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