2003 was a bit before the vinyl craze we find ourselves in which will explain this reissue of British Sea Power’s debut LP from 2003, The Decline of British Sea Power - some classic, footstompin' indie rock with solid guitar hooks and catchy choruses.
Here we have a vinyl LP reissue, a 2CD issue with extra bits and bobs, a CD Box-set with 2CDs and a DVD all in a fancy casing and an indie exclusive issue of 4CDs, a DVD and 2LPs. Something for everyone there.
Vinyl LP £16.99 GCR016V
Remastered LP on Golden Chariot.
- Shipping cost: £3.35 ?
CD £13.99 GCR016CDB
Remastered + expanded 2CD reissue on Golden Chariot.
- Shipping cost: £1.05 ?
Limited CD box set £99.99 GCD016BX
Limited indies only deluxe 4CD + DVD + 2LP box set on Golden Chariot including large format book.
CD box set £25.99 GCR016BK
Remastered + expanded 2CD + DVD in casebound book on Golden Chariot.
7/10 Penrith Steve Customer review, 27th July 2015
“The Decline Of British Sea Power” is British Sea Power’s debut and best album. It opens up with the energetic and Pixies-like couplet of “Apologies To Insect Life” and “Favours In The Beetroot Fields”. It is followed by the calmer and more songy song “Something Wicked”, it is similar too but not as good as the next track, “Remember Me” which to my mind is a bit of a British Sea Power classic. It’s how I like them to sound. The best track on here though is “Carrion” which I imagine was released as single, and if it wasn’t, it should have been because it’s catchy and memorable. When deciding which British Sea Power albums you should buy, I think you should probably choose this one.
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