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British Sea Power - Open Season CD £2.95 delivered @ Zavvi
British Sea Power - Open Season CD £2.95 delivered @ Zavvi

British Sea Power - Open Season CD £2.95 delivered @ Zavvi

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'Open Season' is the second album from the quirky Brighton based outfit British Sea Power. Produced by Mads Bjerke (Primal Scream, Girls Aloud) the album continues with the band's unique indie rock sound being likened to Joy Division, The Divine Comedy, and Echo & The Bunnymen. The single 'It Ended On An Oily Stage' is also included.

Tracklisting

1.It Ended On An Oily Stage
2.Be Gone
3.How Will I Ever Find My Way Back Home
4.Like A Honeycomb
5.Please Stand Up
6.North Hanging Rock
7.To Get To Sleep
8.Victorian Ice
9.Oh Larsen B
10.Land Beyond
11.True Adventures

14 Comments

Best live band in the world today imho

Great price for this as well..

Great price,, im currently looking for a copy on vinyl!

A traditional andywedge posting... not a D - K cup in sight.

good find andy

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sharkalos;7840569

good find andy



nice avatar sharkalos- one of my fave channels
BSP are good too

Bargain price for a fantastic album! Went to see them a few days ago but they only played one song off this and nothing from the phenomenal first album though. Must admit I was disappointed!

Another great find, shame Men Of Arran is'nt on there, one of the best haunting tunes of all time, still a must have though.

TimmyUK;7841192

Bargain price for a fantastic album! Went to see them a few days ago but … Bargain price for a fantastic album! Went to see them a few days ago but they only played one song off this and nothing from the phenomenal first album though. Must admit I was disappointed!



Should have gone to Aldershot Monday - played 5 tracks from first album AMAZING GIG:thumbsup:

tmb;7841498

Should have gone to Aldershot Monday - played 5 tracks from first album … Should have gone to Aldershot Monday - played 5 tracks from first album AMAZING GIG:thumbsup:



Actually thinking about it they did play Carrion but pretty sure that was it. Still, can't complain for £5 when the gig was only a mile from my home! Thought £15 a shirt was a bit steep though!

The Decline Of is a better album by miles, this is very bland.

dean_brfc;7842347

The Decline Of is a better album by miles, this is very bland.



Personally, I disagree. It's certainly a different album, but to call it bland is just silly (IMO).

Great price for a great album. Pretty sure it is on Spotify if anyone wants to try before buying.

Great album.

Their t-shirts are often disounted at their official online shop to £8 (fantastic posters there too), and they send you a receipt hand-written on the back of bizarre British postcards which is a nice touch.

evilskanker;7842553

Personally, I disagree. It's certainly a different album, but to call it … Personally, I disagree. It's certainly a different album, but to call it bland is just silly (IMO). :pGreat price for a great album. Pretty sure it is on Spotify if anyone wants to try before buying.


Maybe I should have said bland relative to the first one. I was just very disappointed with it after loving the first album. Even now their best live performances come from The Decline Of...and oddly a B Side from that album (and probably their best song) Spirit of St. Louis.

Fantastic band, and a fairly rare album. Heat added, and rep for good taste.
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