British Sea Power

Also known as British C90 Power, BSP
Members of British Sea Power: Abi Fry, Eamon Hamilton, Hamilton (2), Martin Noble, Matthew Wood, Phil Sumner, Yan (5)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.britishseapower.co.uk/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Sea_Power

Discography of British Sea Power:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Decline Of British Sea Power 11 Audio 2003-06-02 Rough Trade
2 The Decline Of British Sea Power 13 Audio 2003-09-09 Rough Trade
3 Open Season 12 Audio 2005-04-05 Rough Trade America
4 The Lonely 2 Audio 2002-04-28 Rough Trade
5 Remember Me / I Am A Cider Drinker 2 Audio 2005-11-06 Rough Trade
6 Open Season 11 Audio 2005-04-00 Rough Trade
7 Remember Me 3 Audio 2003-10-19 Rough Trade
8 The Decline Of British Sea Power 11 Audio 2003-06-02 Rough Trade
9 Please Stand Up 4 Audio 2005-05-23 Rough Trade
10 A Lovely Day Tomorrow 3 Audio 2004-04-16 Rough Trade Bohemia
11 No Lucifer 4 Audio 2008-03-10 Rough Trade
12 It Ended On An Oily Stage 4 Audio 2005-03-20 Rough Trade
13 Do You Like Rock Music? 4 Audio 2008 Rough Trade
14 Waving Flags 2 Audio 2007 Rough Trade
15 Do You Like Rock Music? 12 Audio 2008 Rough Trade
16 Remember Me 3 Audio 2003-10-19 Rough Trade
17 Remember Me 3 Audio 2001-12-02 Rough Trade
18 Carrion / Apologies To Insect Life 3 Audio 2003-07-29 Rough Trade
19 Carrion / Apologies To Insect Life 3 Audio 2003-07-29 Rough Trade
20 Open Season 11 Audio 2005-04-03 Rough Trade
21 Trans-Manche Advance Portion 4 Audio 2003 Rough Trade
22 Remember Me 6 Audio 2003 Rough Trade
23 Carrion / Apologies To Insect Life 2 Audio 2003-07-29 Rough Trade
24 Please Stand Up 3 Audio 2005 Rough Trade
25 The Decline Of British Sea Power 13 Audio 2003
26 Fear Of Drowning 2 Audio 2001-07-01 Golden Chariot
27 It Ended On An Oily Stage 2 Audio 2005 Rough Trade
28 Childhood Memories 2 Audio 2002-11-03 Rough Trade
29 No Lucifer 3 Audio 2008 Rough Trade
30 Close The Door 3 Audio 2008 Not On Label (British Sea Power Self-released)
31 Man Of Aran 12 Audio 2009-05-04
32 Man Of Aran 12 Audio 2009-05-18 Rough Trade
33 Open Season 11 Audio 2005-04-05 Rough Trade
34 Waving Flags 3 Audio 2007 Rough Trade
35 Man Of Aran 12 Audio 2009-05-18 Rough Trade
36 Carrion/All In It (Remix) 3 Audio 2009-06-02 Not On Label (British Sea Power Self-released)
37 The Spirit Of St Louis / The Lonely 2 Audio 2002 Rough Trade
38 Childhood Memories 3 Audio 2002 Rough Trade
39 Carrion 6 Audio 2003-07-29 Rough Trade
40 The Decline Of British Sea Power 11 Audio 2003 Rough Trade
41 Please Stand Up 4 Audio 2005-05-23 Rough Trade
42 Open Season 4 Audio 2005-04-05 Rough Trade
43 Remember Me 2 Audio 2001 Rough Trade
44 Zeus E.P. 8 Audio 2010-09-23 Rough Trade
45 Postcards From A Young Man Tour Sampler 4 Audio 2010-10-00 Rough Trade
46 Open Season 15 Audio 2005 Rough Trade
47 Valhalla Dancehall 13 Audio 2011-01-10 Rough Trade
48 Open Season 11 Audio 2005
49 Valhalla V.I.P. 5 Audio 2011-01-10 Rough Trade
50 Who's In Control 3 Audio 2011-03-21 Rough Trade


Hailing from Cumbria in the northwest UK, brothers Yan and Hamilton, and their schoolfriend Wood relocated to Reading and formed a band, augmented by guitarist Noble whom Yan met whilst studying at Reading University. Initially named British Air Powers, they recorded a 4-track demo before moving to Brighton. Here they renamed themselves British Sea Power after one of their demo tracks. This track was reworked and renamed 'Carrion' which became their first UK Top 40 single in 2003. That year saw the release of their debut album 'The Decline of British Sea Power' on the Rough Trade label. Their sophomore effort 'Open Season' was released in 2005 and spawned their first UK Top 20 single 'It Ended on an Oily Stage'. Three years later, in 2008, their third effort 'Do You Like Rock Music?' earned the band a coveted Mercury Music Prize nomination. The band, now a six-piece, released fourth album 'Valhall Dancehall' in early 2011.

Members:

Yan - Vocals, Guitar

Noble - Guitar

Hamilton - Bass, Vocals, Guitar

Wood - Drums

Phil Sumner - Cornet, Keyboards

Abi Fry - Viola


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