Open Season is the second album from the Brighton-based English band, British Sea Power.
Recorded At – Rockfield Studios. Mixed At – Metropolis Mastering. Arranged By, Programmed By – Graham Sutton. Cornet – Phil Sumner. Design – Jeff Teader, The Outlying Station. Engineer – George Apsion, Phil Ault, Tariq Zaid Al-Nasrawi. Engineer – Iain Gore. Mastered By – Tim Young. Open Season (CD, Album). Sinnamon Records, Rough Trade. Open Season (CD, Album, Dig).
British Sea Power are an indie rock band based in Brighton, East Sussex, England, although three of the band members originally come from Natland (near Kendal), Cumbria, England. The wide-ranging nature of their material has led critics to liken their sound to a variety of groups, from The Cure and Joy Division to the Pixies and Arcade Fire. The band are famed for their live performances, the unusual lyrical content of their songs and the adventurous choice of locations for some of their shows. Open Season is the second album from the Brighton-based English band, British Sea Power.
Open Season (2005)Open Season2005. All songs recorded by Mads Bjerke and British Sea Power at 2 kHz. Excepting "Carrion", recorded at Golden Chariot Studios, Roundhouse and 2 kHz and, with Marc Beatty, at Mockingbird Studio. Carrion" mixed at The Townhouse by Dave Bascombe.
Biography by Andy Kellman. Highly acclaimed and idiosyncratic indie band noted for their conceptual works and their deft blend of post-punk and art rock influences. The Decline of Britis. ritish Sea Power. Do You Like Rock Music? British Sea Power. From the Sea to the La. Let the Dancers Inheri. See Full Discography.
Since 2008, the British Sea Power line-up has consisted of Jan Scott Wilkinson known as Yan - vocals, guitar, Neil Hamilton Wilkinson known as Hamilton - bass guitar, vocals, guitar, Martin Noble known as Noble - guitar, Matthew Wood known as Wood - drums, Phil Sumner cornet, keyboards, and Abi Fry viola The only former member is Eamon Hamilton keyboards, vocals, percussion, guitar, since 2006 th. 11 Early years and The Decline of British Sea Power. 13 Do You Like Rock Music and Man of Aran. 14 Valhalla Dancehall. 15 Machineries of Joy. 16 From the Sea to the Land Beyond. 17 Happiness, Sea of Brass and anniversary of The Decline of British Sea Power.
Studio album by British Sea Power. Additional personnel. Phil Sumner – cornet. Graham Sutton – string arrangements and additional programming. Axl – miniature Italian greyhound.
Punk-Rock British Sea Power. Band Name British Sea Power. Album Name Open Season. Erscheinungsdatum April 2005. Labels Rough Trade Records.
Open Season inverts The Decline of British Sea Power's ratio of melody to dissonance, weaving thin threads of discord through sunny expanses. But a one-trick pony's not so bad if it's a good enough trick, and the resultant feeling of familiarity will be more akin to that of a kid anticipating another long summer than a jaded adult staring down the barrel of another work week. Retaining his arcane subjects but couching them in deceptively simple terms, Yan traffics in some tricky lyrical inversions.