Pet Shop Boys Burning The Heather The new 7" single from the iconic Pet Shop Boys, taken from their forthcoming album Hotspot. X2 Records 7"
Pet Shop Boys Introspective Introspective has sold over 4.5 million copies worldwide to date and was the first to feature production by Trevor Horn, whose lavish orchestrations marked a new sonic direction for PSB. Introspective also saw Pet Shop Boys introduce a new approach to the format of an album and its respective singles: each of the 6 tracks on the album’s original track-listing is over six minutes in length, and they were later edited to fit the more traditional format of a seven-inch single. This Catalogue re-issue features with the newly-remastered original album. CD | LP
Pet Shop Boys Yes (reissue) LP on 180g vinyl. Reissue of the tenth studio album from the iconic synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, originally released in 2009. Also available is the CD version of Yes: Further Listening that contains a 2 bonus CDs of extra tracks, demos and remixes. Yes’ was produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania. The record debuted at number four on the UK Albums Chart upon release and was nominated for Best Electronic/Dance Album at the 2010 Grammy Awards. This expanded version of the album features guests including The Human League’s Phil Oakey, who shares vocals with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe on ‘This used to be the future’. Parlophone CD | LP
Pet Shop Boys Elysium (reissue) LP on 180g vinyl. Reissue of the eleventh studio album from synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, originally released in 2012. Also available is the CD version of Elysium: Further Listening that contains a 2nd CD of bonus tracks, demos and remixes. The album was co-produced by PSB with Andrew Dawson, who engineered much of Kanye West’s album ‘808s & Heartbreaks’, a record which Neil Tennant had become ‘mildly obsessed’ with at the time. The darker lyrical themes of ‘Elysium’ are reflected in the record’s sound. Neil Tennant said: ‘It is deep in terms of the sound—got a lot of sub-bass—it's sort of deep in terms of subject matter, the way it's expressed. But I think it's the Pet Shop Boys' most beautiful album.’ Parlophone CD | LP