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Weirdly enough, this album from Canadian duo Trust opens with the outro from the Pet Shop Boys’ ‘It’s A Sin’, over which Klaus Kinski (as Nosferatu) chants some gothy gubbins before the beat kicks in and he kicks up to a Vincent Price croon and then we unexpectedly end up in some kind of cosmic synthpop workout with diva-esque exhortations that crumble into an industrial ...

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8/10 Mike Staff review, 18 October 2012

Weirdly enough, this album from Canadian duo Trust opens with the outro from the Pet Shop Boys’ ‘It’s A Sin’, over which Klaus Kinski (as Nosferatu) chants some gothy gubbins before the beat kicks in and he kicks up to a Vincent Price croon and then we unexpectedly end up in some kind of cosmic synthpop workout with diva-esque exhortations that crumble into an industrial nothing and then bounce back in just as quickly, with the singer back in Kinski mode. And that’s just the first song!

As the album progresses this “goth Pet Shop Boys” style prevails, which is to say that this is detailed, somewhat cheeky synthpop with creaky deadpan horror movie-esque singing. Phil is quite obviously not enjoying it but I think it’s pretty good because I love the Pet Shop Boys and goths.


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