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Singularly skilled in sculpting arch synth-pop, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe’s thirteenth album highlights middle age’s continued failure to blunt their edge. Super does allow some nostalgia—“The Pop Kids” and “Twenty-Something” are decorously detailed and gloriously autobiographical—but it’s an impressively urgent album. Masterful opener “Happiness” sounds like the pair bringing several generations of electronic imitators to heel, “Pazzo!” is a sinewy, insidious dancefloor banger, while “The Dictator Decides” and “Sad Robot World” are intelligent, sombre polemics that never feel preachy.

Customer Reviews

All we hoped for!

Super is just that. Super. An incredibly intelligent, catchy, witty, throbbing journey. Who would have thought that 'Electric' could be matched?! Well, it certainly has in my opinion. Thank you boys! Now to see it live in July 😍

Super exited and can't wait! 👍🏻💙

Seems like it will we another awesome electric disco, and obviously another great hit! Can't wait for 1st April to listen to all of them... Best pop due ever existed.

Dreary plodding stuff.

The last album 'Electric' was so good, I was looking forward to this. What a let-down. The only track that had me going was 'Heat'. The rest is plodding clap-trap. The album is certainly not 'Super'.


Formed: August, 1981 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Post-modern ironists cloaked behind a veil of buoyantly melodic and lushly romantic synth pop confections, Pet Shop Boys established themselves among the most commercially and critically successful groups of their era with cheeky, smart, and utterly danceable music. Always remaining one step ahead of their contemporaries, the British duo navigated the constantly shifting landscape of modern dance-pop with rare grace and intelligence, moving easily from disco to house to techno with their own distinctive...
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