Open Season is the second album from the Brighton-based English band, British Sea Power.
B. Machineries Of Joy. Companies, etc. Licensed From – British Sea Power. Record Store Day 2013 Release. Limited to 750 copies.
British Sea Power's second studio album Open Season on 4 April 2005. it reached 13 in the peak chart position and earned a silver certification. Its lead single "It Ended On an Oily Stage" reached 18 in the . charts and NME naming it Track of the Week, "Please Stand Up" reached 34 in the . British Sea Power's third studio album Do You Like Rock Music? was released on 14 January, 2008. It reached 10 in the . and 97 in the Netherlands in its peak chart positions
Studio album by British Sea Power. Machineries of Joy is a studio album by British indie rock band British Sea Power. It was released in April 2013 on the Rough Trade record label. View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register .
A few remaining copies of the 2013 Record Store Day release from British Sea Power. Featuring the B-side Machineries Of Joy, the Facts Are Right 7" is limited to 750 copies. A few remaining copies of the 2013 Record Store Day release from British Sea Power. A. Facts Are Right B.
British Sea Power are a six-piece indie rock band based in Brighton, England, although three of the band hail originally from Kendal in Cumbria. Their style encompasses sweeping and often epic guitar pop with more visceral, angular and esoteric noises and instruments. Critics have likened their sound to a variety of groups, from The Cure to Pixies. They have released five albums and a number of EPs (most on Rough Trade) since they formed in 2000.