Introspective [Bonus CD]

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
This is where things start to get interesting in Pet Shop Boys' reissue campaign, not because Introspective is one of their best recordings, but because the bonus disc is fascinating. Not that the "further listening" components of Please and Actually were boring, but they were tilted toward mixes. There are still a bunch of mixes here, all of them quite good, but there are also several non-LP songs -- including "Don Juan," "Losing My Mind," "What Keeps Mankind Alive?," "The Sound of the Atom Splitting," the Chris Lowe-sung "One of the Crowd," and the terrific "Your Funny Uncle" -- and, best of all, previously unreleased demos recorded for Dusty Springfield ...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
This is where things start to get interesting in Pet Shop Boys' reissue campaign, not because Introspective is one of their best recordings, but because the bonus disc is fascinating. Not that the "further listening" components of Please and Actually were boring, but they were tilted toward mixes. There are still a bunch of mixes here, all of them quite good, but there are also several non-LP songs -- including "Don Juan," "Losing My Mind," "What Keeps Mankind Alive?," "The Sound of the Atom Splitting," the Chris Lowe-sung "One of the Crowd," and the terrific "Your Funny Uncle" -- and, best of all, previously unreleased demos recorded for Dusty Springfield "Nothing Has Been Proved" and Liza Minnelli "So Sorry, I Said", along with demos of "Don Juan" and "Domino Dancing." Springfield and Minnelli did record these songs, but it's fascinating to hear PSB's versions; they help form the heart of a further listening disc that plays as smoothly as the extended EP it accompanies.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/3/2001
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 724353050726
  • Catalog Number: 30507

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Pet Shop Boys Primary Artist
Shirley Lewis Vocals
Mike Bakst Keyboards
Sharon Blackwell Vocals
Sally Bradshaw Vocals
Ed Calle Brass
Tony Concepcion Trumpet, Brass
Nestor Gomez Guitar
Derek Green Vocals
Dee Lewis Vocals
Steve Lipson Guitar
Tessa Niles Vocals
Andy Richards fairlight
Froilan Sossa Keyboards
Iris Sutherland Vocals
Blue Weaver Hammond Organ, fairlight
Yvonne White Vocals
Bruce Woolley Vocals
Judy Bennett Vocals
Mario Friendo Vocals
Herbie Joseph Vocals
Gee Morris Vocals
Dee Ricketts Vocals
Gary Maughan fairlight
Richard Coles Keyboards
Voice in Fashion Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Stephen Sondheim Composer
Kurt Weill Composer
Pet Shop Boys Producer
Frankie Knuckles Producer
Bertolt Brecht Composer
Mark James Composer
Mike Bakst Score
Johnny Christopher Composer
Mike Couzzi Engineer
Trevor Horn Producer
Marshall Jefferson Composer
Steve Lipson Composer, Producer, Engineer
Chris Lowe Composer
Lewis A. Martineé Producer, Engineer, Brass Arrangment
Julian Mendelsohn Producer, Engineer
Chris Newman Programming
Richard Niles Arranger, Orchestration
Mark "Spike" Stent Engineer
Danton Supple Engineer
Neil Tennant Composer
David Jacob Producer, Engineer
Roy Spong Engineer
Paul Wright III Engineer
Mike Nielson Engineer
Wayne Carson Thompson Composer
Tim Young Remastering
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