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Do You Like Rock Music?

Do You Like Rock Music?

Artist: British Sea Power

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Do You Like Rock Music?
Do You Like Rock Music?

Artist: British Sea Power
1. All in It
2. Lights Out for Darker Skies
3. No Lucifer
4. Waving Flags
5. Canvey Island
6. Down on the Ground
7. Trip Out, A
8. Great Skua, The
9. Atom
10. No Need to Cry
11. Open the Door
12. We Close Our Eyes

Format: CD
Label: Emm/Rough Trade
Rel. Date: 02/12/2008
UPC: 805551050722

More Info:

'do you like rock music?' is the stunning third album from british sea power! it's hard to imagine how they could top their previous efforts but they've surpassed themselves and delivered their best album to date! unlike 99% of their guitar-toting contemporaries, british sea power draw inspiration from nature and the rich landscape of britain and beyond. their songs predominantly sing of the countryside, the mountains and the sea. not in a corny and obviously eccentric way, but in a highly believable and poetically english manner.


We like that the'"you guessed it'"U.K. quartet aren't being ironic smartasses with that title, but instead genuinely asking if we can expand the boundaries of conventional rock. Of course, we should've guessed that there was no condescension afoot'"producer/Britpop icon Jarvis Cocker doesn't work with cretins, and the smattering of new music available thus far sounds enormous (think Pulp backed by a Mogwai-conducted orchestra). Our answer is an emphatic yes!



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