Label: EMI - TOCP-53563 • Series: EMI 100 (2) • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
In the middle of this was The Pet Shop Boys' "Very." "Very" was as personal and as out an album as Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant had ever made. From the sneering, sinister opener "Can You For Forgive Her" to the subtle altering of the Village People's Go West, this CD was out and danceable, as well as inspired. The music moved between /5().
Product description. Pet Shop Boys ~ Very Ask people what their favorite Pet Shop Boys album is, and their answers will vary--but ask people what the most important Pet Shop Boys album is, and 9 out of 10 West End girls will say snide ambiguities that churned behind prior PSB posturings were ripped away on this release, with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe finally pulling more /5().
Orange jewel case with "VERY Pet Shop Boys" and dots in relief on front. Track 12 (total duration ) contains a hidden track (12c) that starts at , after more than 2 minutes of silence. Recorded at Sarm West (London, UK). Orchestra recorded at Angel Studios (London, UK). Choir on "Go West" recorded at The Power Station (New York, NY, USA)/5().
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· Very is one of their very best records, expertly weaving between the tongue-in-cheek humor of "I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing," the quietly shocking "Can You Forgive Her?," and the bizarrely moving cover of the Village People 's "Go West." Alternately happy and melancholy, Very is the Pet Shop Boys at their finest/10().
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