- Title:Introspective (12'' Release)
- Style:House, Synth-pop
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1410 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1745 megabytes
- Size WMA version1451 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF DMF MPC MP3 WMA FLAC MIDI
Introspective is the third studio album by English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released on 10 October 1988 by Parlophone. It is the duo's second best-selling album after Very (1993), selling over . million copies worldwide. It is so named because "all the songs, although it's a dance album, are introspective".
Pet Shop Boys - Introspective has a similar catalog number, but no DMM logo on its labels. Labels have Parlophone logos. A3 produced for Pantera Productions. The Voice In Fashion courtesy of EMI Manhattan records. B1 Newsreel soundtrack (Paris, 1968) supplied by Independent Television News. All songs published by Cage Music Ltd/10 Music Ltd except B2 published by Screen/Gems/EMI Music Ltd and B3 published by EMI Music Ltd. Cover designed at Three Associates. Management at Massive. Introspective" is a Digital recording, digitally mixed and mastered. Marketed, manufactured and distributed by EMI. Printed in Holland by EMI Services Benelux . En France: distribution exclusive EMI Pathé Marconi . Deutchland: EMI ELECTROLA GmbH, Köln.
Actually’ debuted at the number 2 on the UK Albums Chart upon its release in 1987. The album was produced by Julian Mendelsohn, Stephen Hague, Shep Pettibone, Andy Richards and Pet Shop Boys. This period saw Pet Shop Boys reach new critical and commercial heights with three number one singles, It’s a sin, Always on my mind and Heart, and ‘What have I done to deserve this’, their number two single featuring Dusty Springfield. Bilingual/Further listening: 1995-1997 (2018 remaster). Please/Further listening: 1984-1986 (2018 remaster). Actually/Further listening: 1987-1988 (2018 remaster). Inner Sanctum (vinyl 12-inch). Introspective (Further listening 1988-1989). Behaviour (Further listening 1990-1991).
Release group by Pet Shop Boys. Introspective (3x12″ 45RPM Vinyl).
Very is the fifth studio album by English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released on 27 September 1993 by Parlophone, nearly three years after the duo's previous studio album, Behaviour, and following the compilation album Discography: The Complete Singles Collection. Very exhibits one of many turning points the Pet Shop Boys would make to their music, shifting from the subdued electronic pop of Behaviour to richly instrumented dance arrangements.
The vinyl is in excellent condition and close to near mint, and all play without any jumps . includes the LP Actually and a special 12 release of the number song Always on my mind
On 12 September 1988, Pet Shop Boys released a brand new single, "Domino Dancing" and in the documentary Neil recounts his disappointment when hearing the news that the single had reached number 7 in the UK Singles Chart. He felt that their major success was now over and that it was going to be a challenge to maintain their level of success in the future. The duo's third studio album, Introspective, was released on 10 October 1988. Unusually, this was a six-track album of previously unheard remixes and new tracks in extended form. In July 2017, Pet Shop Boys reissued Release, as part of their ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ series