x2 Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
Pet Shop Boys! As ever, the mighty pop duo have a hot single on their hands in the form of Inner Sanctum, taken from their recent Super album. This 12” release boosts the single with 2 demo versions and, more remarkably, a remix from the one and only Carl Craig! Craig straps the (already pretty dance-friendly) PSB pop into a full-on techno suit, with floor-filling results. 12” single on x2.
Pet Shop Boys singles always get the proper old-school pop 12” treatment, and Undertow, the latest from their recent Super record, is no exception! The track itself gets remixed twice by Tuff City Kids, while Baba Stiltz gets to work on ‘Burn’. Plus a new version of Pet Shop classic ‘Left To My Own Devices’! 12” single on x2.
First material from the forthcoming brand new Pet Shop Boys album Super: oh my! The Pop Kids is a classic slice of premium dancefloor synth-pop from the kings of the sound, and is backed by 2 extra tracks and 2 of Pet Shop Boys’ own remixes, a dubby one and a narratively-extended one. CD single on x2.
- Vinyl 12" (X20009VL1)
- Limited edition
British pop stalwarts the Pet Shop Boys drop the latest single from their latest album, the sleek Twenty-something. It can’t be denied that Neil and Chris know how to make catchy pop songs, and this will be firmly in your head by the third listen. The main track is backed up by 2 previously unreleased songs, as well as a remix by Los Evo Jedis in a reggaeton style. CD single on x2.
The Pet Shop Boys have always been well-remixed, and Say It To Me, the latest release from their current Super album, is no exception. Real Lies, Tom Demac, Stuart Price and Offer Nissim all work their magic across both CD and 12” releases: CD purchasers get the extra treat of a Carl Craig reworking of ‘Inner Sanctum’! Pure pop power on x2.
Pet Shop Boys
The consistently great Pet Shop Boys do what they do best; sad-eyed synth-pop with catchy hooks and potent melodies. Super is the duo’s first album since 2013’s Electric and is released on vinyl LP and CD on their own label. This record has a modern dance-pop sound, but the pair still have an ear for timeless songcraft and arrangements.
- Vinyl Double LP (X20003VL1)
Pet Shop Boys explain the weekly cycle in this clinical and informative song about Thursday and the days around it. Thursday comes from the resurgent Electric and features Example because ultimately, we're all going to die, so why not collaborate with anyone and everyone? Sick.
Pet Shop Boys are a staple of the dance floor and here they have gone to great lengths to show you just why. With the original album version of "Vocal" from the Electric album come eight remixes to really get you going when you’re wanting to get down and boogie. Limited edition CD in gatefold wallet with inner wallet.