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British Sea Power is a vessel for many sounds

By Sean Glennon
Globe Correspondent / March 10, 2004

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British Sea Power can be a confusing band. To begin with, the indie quintet's music ranges all over the stylistic map. The band draws on varicolored influences -- early Pixies, midcareer David Bowie, the Smiths -- but in large part chooses to invoke those influences one at a time. As a result, British Sea Power's sound can swing dramatically from ... (Full Article: 599 Words)

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