Electronic (VINYL LP PORTUGUESE EDITION)
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Though a side project, the feeling of a supergroup was never faraway with the Pet Shop Boy's Neil Tennant dropping in on 'Getting away with it' and 'The Patience of a Saint'.
I first got my copy of this on cassette on the legendary Factory label. And I can still remember the feeling I got when I first heard it. It was one of knowing that at last the music you wanted to hear had been recorded and released, knowing that someone else out there felt the same as you! I remember many times, quite anti-socially, not going out with my friends and staying in and listening to this album again and again!
The opener, 'Idiot Country' sets the scene. Swooshing atmospherics, crunchy electro rhythms and Marr's sterling guitar work all to the fore. Sumner's lyrics were more expressive than usual too, perhaps set free from the tension in the New Order camp.
Altogether a wonderful album, there is no point saying there are any special tracks, they all come as one listening experience.
Go on, recapture the feeling of '91.
Bonus tracks are a scrappy and bizarre selection of oddities from across the bands lifespan. Leftover songs, remixes, and variants from the 1996 and 1999 albums are spread across it with barely any thought for sense.Read more ›
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Love 'Getting away with it'! Best track on Cd and brings me back to the good old days, especially with Neil Tennant's distinctive tones....Published 2 months ago by Sabine Kirsch
It's got the Pet shop Boys collaboration on here that the orange fronted one, that I bought on cassette in the 90s, did not.Published 5 months ago by SW1972
If you have not listened to any Of electronics albums you are missing out big style. These are as good as if not better than new order.Published 9 months ago by Roy Cook
Replacement for an old cassette tape!! Really happy with it, quicker delivery time would have helpedPublished 14 months ago by Jamie Greslow