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|Pet Shop Boys||Primary Artist|
|Nick Coler||Guitar, Keyboards|
|Johnny Marr||Guitar, Harmonica|
|Brian Higgins||Keyboards, Background Vocals|
|Alex Gardner||Background Vocals|
|Tim Powell||Keyboards, Background Vocals|
|London Metropolitan Orchestra||Brass|
|Miranda Cooper||Background Vocals|
|Sacha Collinson||Guitar, Keyboards|
|Kieran Jones||Guitar, Keyboards|
|Jessie Malakouti||Background Vocals|
|Owen Parker||Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals|
|Jason Resch||Guitar, Keyboards|
|Carla Marie Williams||Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance|
|Chris Lowe||Composer, Programming|
|Neil Tennant||Composer, Programming|
|Cathy Thompson||Orchestra Leader|
|Brian Higgins||Composer, Programming, Producer|
|Tim Powell||Composer, Programming|
|Andy Brown||Brass Arrangment, Brass Conductor|
|Kieran Jones||Composer, Programming|
|Owen Parker||Composer, Programming|
|Jason Resch||Composer, Programming|
Posted October 1, 2010
I never thought the Pet Shop Boys could put out something this thoughtless. The music is drab, boring, and sounds like an overdose of melancholy. By far and away, bar none, their worst album!
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Simply put, this is classic Pet Shop Boys -- their best collection of new material since 1993's 'Very.' These "boys" are now in their fifties, but the music they create remains fresh and vital.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 16, 2009
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