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Old 01-24-02, 09:40 PM
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New Pet Shop Boys CD breaks on the web.

It's out there on Morpheus and various other locations.
I really like what I have heard so far, if anyone needs assistance in locating it let me know..
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Whats the name of the new album? When is the official release date?
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No Name yet - Release date sometime in April.

Track Listing

Home And Dry
I Get Along
Birthday Boy
London
E-mail
The Samurai In Autumn
Love Is A Catastroph
Home
The Night I Fell In Love
You Choose
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I'm really interested in hearing this. I hear that Johnny Marr (of The Smiths) plays guitar on most of it.
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Originally posted by Renton
I'm really interested in hearing this. I hear that Johnny Marr (of The Smiths) plays guitar on most of it.
Wow. That sounds very intriguing... I would not necessarily associated the two -although now that I think about he did help out with the group Electronic, so that could be very cool!
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Wow. That sounds very intriguing... I would not necessarily associated the two -although now that I think about he did help out with the group Electronic, so that could be very cool!
Wasn't Jonny Marr one of the founders of the band Electronic?
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Yeah, Johnny Marr was one of the founders of Electronica. He also helped out on a wonderful CD by the The (Mind Bomb) and played some with The Pretenders.
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Linky....


http://members1.arnhem.chello.nl/~m....lbums/pet.html

It's a real step back to behaviour.

Renton were you on Intro way back in 95
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Originally posted by Renton
Yeah, Johnny Marr was one of the founders of Electronica. He also helped out on a wonderful CD by the The (Mind Bomb) and played some with The Pretenders.
Electronic has been, and still is, Bernard Sumner (of New Order fame) and Johnny Marr.

Stellar debut and sopmore albums - but the latest was, aside from a fantastic title song ("Twist Tenderness") craptacular.

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Wow, this is a great album.
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It certainly is some good material alright, back to basics brilliant lyrics and excellent music
My top tracks right now are

Home
You choose
London
the night I fell in Love - apparently has some digs about Eminem in there. Stan Dre etc are mentioned,.
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oh please, oh please oh please tour the US again. Since their mini-festival fell through, just do it yourself guys.
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I think the confusion here over Electronic is that Neil Tennant guest vocaled on "Patience of a Saint" on the first Electronic CD. He might have sang on another one, but I don't remember.
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Originally posted by atlantamoi
I think the confusion here over Electronic is that Neil Tennant guest vocaled on "Patience of a Saint" on the first Electronic CD. He might have sang on another one, but I don't remember.
Maybe "Getting Away with it"?
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Originally posted by raithen
Electronic has been, and still is, Bernard Sumner (of New Order fame) and Johnny Marr.

Stellar debut and sopmore albums - but the latest was, aside from a fantastic title song ("Twist Tenderness") craptacular.

-matt
Not to forget that The Pet Shop Boys played with Electronic on their first album - such a family affair.

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