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EDITORS’ NOTES

Using just about every imaginable musical format—from albums and extended dance floor singles to ballet and film scores—the Pet Shop Boys have spent three decades turning out lavish pop compositions of unfailingly high quality. The UK duo’s 12th studio album, Electric, is a demonstration of their lasting relevance as pop artists. Produced by Stuart Price (Madonna’s Confessions on a Dance Floor, The Killers’ Day & Age), it features focused pop hooks, thundering rave-ups and arching melodies that stand among the best in their catalogue. It also has one of the most surprising offerings in the band’s history—a dazzling cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Last to Die”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Using just about every imaginable musical format—from albums and extended dance floor singles to ballet and film scores—the Pet Shop Boys have spent three decades turning out lavish pop compositions of unfailingly high quality. The UK duo’s 12th studio album, Electric, is a demonstration of their lasting relevance as pop artists. Produced by Stuart Price (Madonna’s Confessions on a Dance Floor, The Killers’ Day & Age), it features focused pop hooks, thundering rave-ups and arching melodies that stand among the best in their catalogue. It also has one of the most surprising offerings in the band’s history—a dazzling cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Last to Die”.

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