Sure. But produced during a very inconsistent period that also included their weakest work, in my opinion.Drico One wrote:I completely disagree with that, to be frank. There was plenty of brilliance
Nice post.Drico One wrote:Of course, that's just a personal opinion. I'm not going to argue that any particular stage of their career was better than another in terms of the quality of the records made. That's a matter of personal preference and can't be measured definitively. But I will say that the output from 1996 to 2006 was not crap.
Fundamental is one of their best albums. But it's also a lyrical return to form for a Neil Tennant who had only made cameo appearances since the early Nineties.glennjridge wrote:but I think from nightlife on, they have been putting out the best music of their careers.fundamental is the new very to me.
The same for me. Nightlife is my least favourite PSB album. I prefer Bilingual, and even more so Release!Debussy wrote:Actually, whateverman , you've just helped me understand why i dont play Nightlife much. Thanks. Something never quite sat right with me for that album,but it makes sense now...it was out of steam.
I'm glad somebody mentioned the Peel Sessions. IMO, one of their finest hours. I remember this board nearly breaking the internet on that Friday? night. It was absolutely fantastic hearing 'A Powerful Friend' Totally blew everyone away.Dipso wrote: Personally speaking, the Pets seemed to really get back on track around the time of the Peel Sessions and Disco 3 in 2003. They seem to have had a new lease of life since then.
What an excellent article, thanks for postingDipso wrote: Ah, here it is:
http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Pe ... h9-94.html
Personally speaking, the Pets seemed to really get back on track around the time of the Peel Sessions and Disco 3 in 2003. They seem to have had a new lease of life since then.
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