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Very album for sale by Pet Shop Boys was released Jan 11, 2000 on the EMI-Capitol Entertainment Prop. label. This Limited Edition of VERY is packaged in a custom slipcase with a 36-page booklet, and contains a bonus disc of rare tracks. Very CD music Additional personnel includes: Anne Dudley (conductor); Johnny Marr, J.J. Belle (guitar); Gerard Prescencer (trumpet); Frank Ricotti (vibraphone, percussion); Pete Gleadall (programming); Sylvia Mason-James, Dainton Connell, Carol Kenyon, Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles (background vocals). BEHAVIOUR was the Pet Shop Boys' first truly mature album, but its follow-up, 1993's VERY, proved to be their masterpiece. Very CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||The masterpiece of the pop history|
For me this is the best CD of my collection (with a couple by Shakira). There is not a weak song in this CD, all the tracks are fantastic both the sad songs than the more dance songs. I think that it's quite impossible make a CD like this. Everyone who loves the pop music MUST have this in his hi-fi. Strongly recomended. Best tracks: Can You Forgive Her, The Theatre, Young Offender and Go West, but every track could be a top ten single.
By Young Offender (Lavagna, Italy)
Un disco inolvidable, lleno de texturas; acorde con su época y visionario. Nunca envejecerá aunque pase el tiempo.
By Xavier (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
||Best album of the decade.|
The pinnacle of PSB's creativity. Never before or since have they been so sardonic, witty, ironic, and biting all on one disc. This has been my favorite album since its release in 1993. "Dreaming of the Queen" has grown even more melancholy since the death of Princess Diana, as the lyrics tell the story of the demise of her love for Charles. "The Theatre" makes commentary on the division of the social classes. The lyrics read like a primer of club life and the inherent dramas of the 1990s. Never before has electronic music had so much depth and value. It is easily the best album of its kind and, in my opinion, the best of the decade.
By brianaker (Cleveland, OH)
||very much their best effort to date|
when this album was first released I played it once and had to put it down for a while. It was so different from what I was used to or what I came to expect that it made me a little upset. Lets just say that it grow on me faster than I thought It would. A twist in the general scheme of things that only came for the better. The boys knew that musical tastes had shifted and they did their best to follow the tide. A very fun album. dreaming of the queen was thrown in as an ode to their previous efforts and go west just for the hell of it!
By a reviewer (raleigh n.c. u.s.a.)
||ok, but not the best|
This album is not anything special apart from three songs: the lovely ballads Liberation and The Theatre, and the nostalgic yet effervescent Young Offendor. The rest are rather juvenile, repetetive disco numbers. Different Point of View, however, has a catchy tune. Die-hard fans will love Go West, which features a lovely chorus, that was more effectively used in hteir later album Bilingual.
By cryptic (losangeles, CA, USA)
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Very songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108679|
|Label||EMI-Capitol Entertainment Prop.|
|Release Date||Jan 11, 2000|
|Producer||Pet Shop Boys|
|Engineer||Bob Kraushaar; Pete Gleadall|
|Recording Time||53 minutes|
|Additional Info||Limited Edition||