Great pop album - Xenomania featuring Pet Shop Boys though...,
This review is from: Yes (Audio CD)
Not a duff track (other than "more than a dream" - which is very forgettable). Chock full of classic PSB moments. Who else can walk the knife edge of humour and tragedy such as on "vulnerable" or the relentless perfect pop of "Pandemonium" or "All over the world"? Plus there are two fan favourites "Building a wall" and the astounding "Legacy" - surely a contender for their best "last track" on any album.
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Initial post: 14 Oct 2012 14:50:44 BDT
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Mr. Mark R. Nolan says:
"Building a wall" is like fingers down a blackboard and as for it being a fan favourite, that must be like loving your least pretty child. Its just awful. "Legacy" is not half as good as it thinks it is. Thankfully the rest of the album is good. Time to stop the dire-2-track-rule PSB.
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