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Vol 02 / Trk 11 / Remember Me / British Sea Power

So everything I was trying out was too psych, to heavy, too dark, with lyrics buried too deep to follow that awesome Cribs track. Then I scrolled past British Sea Power. They meld punk, goth, new wave and deliver it in big uplifting waves of crashing sound. When their debut, The Decline of British Sea Power, came out it grabbed me instantly. Bold and brash with a huge ass guitar sound (influenced no doubt by Joey Santiago, Kevin Shields and J.Mascis among others), the album and this track kick it hard.

m.eppelheimer

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