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Pet Shop Boys release their new album 'Super' on x2 Records on April 1. The album was written in London and Berlin and produced and mixed by Stuart Price in Los Angeles. It features 12 new Tennant/Lowe compositions including the lead single, 'The Pop Kids'. 'Super' will be available on CD, vinyl and digitally.
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Approaching 31 years in the business, the Pet Shop Boys are still able to stay relevant and avoid becoming a parody of themselves. 2017 looks to see a reissue campaign kicking off to continue the ‘Further Listening’ series that started way back in 2001. Fingers crossed we see the trilogy concluded in 2018. I for one, cannot wait.
I've never been so keen on their straight disco-pop. This has some of that (like The Pop Kids) but is better when they are more off-beat. Only PSB could come up with The Dictator Decides. Yes, it's a dictator writing that, it's lonely at the top. Electronic beat with a touch of drakness and humour. Lovely.
It doesn't reach the high points of Electric, but is more consistent and doesn't quite pound you to death with disco. Less poppy than Yes, but the better for it.
Quality and pleasure. Again.
Overall, both new and old fans should be delighted with this album. Definitely recommended!
Elsewhere I've seen this album rated as one of the worst PSB albums ever. Personally I think it rates up there as one of there best. Each to there own I suppose.
Do not dismiss this album without at least giving it a chance.