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Electronic album for sale by Electronic was released May 28, 1991 on the Warner Bros. label. A collaboration between ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and soon-to-be-ex-New Order singer Bernard Sumner, Electronic released one of the last great electro-pop albums before the impact of grunge made the idea of keyboard-based bands with both dance club and Top 40 tendencies seem rather quaintly old-fashioned. The arrangements give equal weight to ticking sequencers, strumming acoustic guitars, and Sumner's boyish vocals, and so the overall feel is not at all unlike the brighter parts of New Order's BROTHERHOOD and TECHNIQUE albums. Electronic CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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||One can't be better.|
One more proof that brit-pop is and always will be around. When the 80s/90s turnaround appeared to be completely controlled by those Seattle-jerk bands led by people who think that long hair and ripped trousers are the latest fashion for modern musicians, then three old dinosaurs from the 80s pop culture get together and the result is... Well, u gotta listen to this, fella!
By gottfrid (Brazil)
||Pet Shop Boys Plus one|
If you love the Pet Shop Boys you will love this one.
By john.wands (NEW JERSEY, USA)
||One of the best Album of the 90s decade|
I´m very happy to get this album, i think this group is one of the most representative of the past decade. It´s very important for my CD history collection.
By a reviewer ("USA")
This is a must have!!
By a reviewer (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
||Who can as for anything more?|
A collaboration album from the members of New Order(Sumner) and the Smiths(Marr), and few songs dones with Pet Shop Boys - The greatest band from the 80's. Most tracks sound very similar to works done by NO toward the late 80's.
By a reviewer (Seattle, WA)
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Electronic songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1100428|
|Release Date||May 28, 1991|
|Producer||Bernard Sumner; Johnny Marr|
|Recording Time||52 minutes||