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Old 12-05-02, 07:36 PM
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Pet Shop Boys - Disco 3.

From http://www.petshopboys.co.uk/

Disco 3 - 12 November 02
Six months after the release of 'Please' in 1986, its dance-remix companion 'Disco' followed. In 1994, 'Very' was followed by 'Disco 2'. So in February 2003, 'Release' will be followed by 'Disco 3'.

However, unlike the first two 'Disco' albums, 'Disco 3' will include new dance tracks recorded during the 'Release' sessions. The full track-listing is as follows.

1. Time on my hands

2. Postive role model

3. Try it (I'm in love with a married man)

4. London (Thee Radikal Blaklite Edit)

5. Somebody else's business

6. Here (PSB new extended mix)

7. If looks could kill

8. Sexy Northerner (Superchumbo mix)

9. Home and dry (Blank and Jones mix)

10. London (Genuine Piano mix)

'Positive role model' and 'Somebody else's business' were recorded in Berlin with Chris Zippel at the same time as 'London'.

'Try it (I'm in love with a married man)' is Pet Shop Boys' version of a 1983 Bobby 'O' song. A different version was heard on Radio One's John Peel Show a few weeks ago.

'If looks could kill' is a new recording of a PSB song also heard on the John Peel Show.

'Time on my hands' was written and recorded at the end of 2000 and recently completed and mixed. It features vocals by both Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant.

'Disco 3' will be released internationally by Parlophone/EMI at mid-price in early/mid February. A limited edition, three-disc vinyl version will also be issued with an enhanced track-listing including an extended mix of 'Somebody else's business' and the WestBam remix of 'London'. Full details to be announced shortly.
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Old 12-05-02, 08:04 PM
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Hooray! now if only a video/CD release of their Glastonbury Music Festival appearence in 2001 could get a release, Neil's duet with Catatonia's Cerys Matthews was great.
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Actually, a complete Videography on DVD is waaaaaaaaaaaaay overdue.

It's great they're releasing live shows on DVD, but c'mon guys...VIDEOS.
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Originally posted by Rogue588
Actually, a complete Videography on DVD is waaaaaaaaaaaaay overdue.

It's great they're releasing live shows on DVD, but c'mon guys...VIDEOS.
I agree completely. I would love to own the videos of TRAVIS, OASIS, my fingers are crossed that a Region 1 release of the PULP - "Hits" MANIC STREET PREACHERS - "Forever Delayed" become available.
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I got this album on tuesday at Tower Records for 8.99

ITS AWESOME

though I had downloaded "If Looks Could Kill" - the version that I have is much better than the one on the Disco 3 EP. I dont know where the one i got on mp3 came from.

Also "Try It" I downloaded that on mp3 sounded a little different than the EP as well.

But the song i really like is Somebody Else's Business....beautifully haunting dance track.

And Yes THEY DO NEED TO release more DVDs...Videography 2 DVD SE similar to Depeche Mode's.

and off-topic - Erasure's new album Other People's Song is decent but doesn't compare to Pet Shop Boys Disco 3 which stays true to their original formula.
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Originally posted by duy37
I got this album on tuesday at Tower Records for 8.99
Okay, waitaminutehere.

That's got to be a misprint.

Isn't the average retail price at Tower like $18.99?
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Originally posted by grunter
Isn't the average retail price at Tower like $18.99?
Wrong, grunter.

The average SALE price is $18.99. Duh.

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Disco 3 is an EP. Regular price is 12.99
and yeah I rarely go to Tower records for my music but they always have the nonmasses stuff on time. oh i also browsed around and picked up Break 4 Love part 1 single for 5.99, pretty good 8 tracks

i love their DVD prices. sale price for sweet home alabama $19.99
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