Always On My Mind/In My House - Pet Shop Boys - Introspective (Cassette, Album)

We recorded it between Berlin, London and Los Angeles using various techniques between old school synth and drum machine programming and new school computer mangling. For me it was a chance to work with two people who shaped so much of my musical taste, yet who keep on pushing farther in both a natural and unexpected fashion.

This limited edition is available to pre-order now, exclusively from The Vinyl Album) release date 7 October PlayButton contains MP3 version of the standard Electric album 9 tracks.

Headphone jack in side. Pin on reverse side to fix to clothing. The PlayButton measures 4. It weighs 16 grams. No pictures. Mark Farrow said the Boys had been inspired by the Richter exhibition at the Serpentine, which featured panels of Always On My Mind/In My House - Pet Shop Boys - Introspective (Cassette coloured Album).

The tick is made up of eleven coloured squares, one for each track on the album. While the standard version of the album has a white background above a limited edition double disc version comes in black below.

The coloured blocks continue on the inside of the package where the tick deconstructs and both merges and clashes with photographs of the Boys. In addition, there was the highly limited edition vinyl version of the album which consisted of the album tracks split over eleven separate vinyl records, each in a coloured sleeve, all housed in a smoked Perspex case. When correctly arranged the eleven album sleeves will allow you to make up your own tick, measuring some eight feet in length.

You can check the link HERE. It has details of the iTunes download, standard CD, limited double CD plus the limited double vinyl editions. Catalogue Number 2 0 Released 23 March Not my cup of tea really, but some of you may enjoy it. This MP3 is just one file that contains excerpts from all the tracks that were available on their site. The 2CD and digital formats will be available Monday 14 March. Currently listening to it. Must admit its better than that Battleship Potemkin thing they did in Trafalgar Square a few years ago.

A lot better than the new Human League album that arrived the same day. Prologue 2. The grind 3. The challenge 4. Help me 5. Risk 6. Physical jerks 7. The competition 8. The meeting. The winner Back to the grind 2. Because of knowing the music style he works in to be forward-thinking and original.

Listening to an artist who delights in disconnecting from the mainstream really suited the mercurial kind of mood I am in today. It is typical of him to keep pushing his sound in all directions, expanding, diversifying, innovating. You never quite know what you are going to get from him. That is the thrill! When you have a quiet afternoon which we will likely have more of in the winter months ahead. A better option when becoming Sega Bodega savvy. When I heard this track for the first time, I knew at once, going forward, I need pick back up connecting with more innovative electronica.

If anyone can, or anything can reignite that flame in me. I want to first fondly remember. And came about when Big Brother Series 7 contestant Nikki Grahame had the now infamous, monumental melt-down in the diary room.

Having listened to the music of Nina Schofield previously, I know it to be light and airy while being uplifting. This also applies when she explores the demise of a relationship.

I can confirm just eloquent lyricism and exquisite vocals are in store. Nevertheless, I still want to know what has gotten her so, incensed. Pretty, soon the lyrics and the melody began to form side by side.

The ruminating culminates in a punchy synth-pop number. An unforgivably catchy track. Similarly, the music video shows Nina out on a long walk to clear her head from the confusing thoughts, that have been swirling inside her mind. Is she dealing with a cheater? Connect with us. Share Tweet.

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