The Decline of British Sea Power

Release date
9 Sep 2003
Running length
11 tracks
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1 Men Together Today 0:40 38,732
2 Apologies to Insect Life 2:47 42,074
3 Favours in the Beetroot Fields 1:18 35,812
4 Something Wicked 3:12 39,978
5 Remember Me 3:10 53,965
6 Fear of Drowning 4:26 37,461
7 The Lonely 5:13 35,163
8 Carrion 4:06 40,968
9 Blackout 3:48 35,304
10 Lately 14:01 27,260
10 A Wooden Horse 4:35 27,644

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  • LittleGib

    I'm finding it more and more difficult to believe they will ever top this album. I enjoy all their work, but they just don't capture the same energy they had here.

    19 Aug 2013 Reply
  • bloc47

    One of the greatest albums of all time

    6 Mar 2011 Reply
  • timhoyland

    Classic album - *****

    8 Jun 2010 Reply
  • JohnyDepp

    очень понравился новый альбом "Man of Aran",столько впечатлений!!

    31 May 2009 Reply
  • Corblimeyguvnor

    6 months to hold out until it's officially album of the decade.

    24 May 2009 Reply
  • anthonysmart

    Bought decline the other day,and wow all I can say is I'm now hooked. It has a much more abrassive raw sound than do you like rock music,but at the same time sounding more authentic and nostalgic. Standout tracks for me are apologies to insect life, I think a kind of eighties matchbox B line sounding track but deffo in a good way, a wooden horse fantastic folky indie song a very retrospective track, and lately an "epic" quiet loud indie explosion of emotion with soaring fragmented guitars, I can definetley see why this is well liked by many BSP fans, probably one of the best british debut's in many a year

    26 Mar 2009 Reply
  • linkdood

    immensly good album. =)

    3 Aug 2008 Reply
  • inhumanPUMPKIN

    :D agree

    24 Feb 2008 Reply
  • FoobyDoo

    you should go to hell

    3 Oct 2007 Reply
  • hubrismusic

    I just got into British Sea Power from a friend who said they sound vaguely similar to my band Da Bears. You should check us out.

    12 Dec 2006 Reply

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