Pet Shop Boys ‎– Club Mixes From The Pet Shop Boys Introspective Album

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EMI USA ‎– SPRO# 04231 / 04232, EMI USA ‎– SPRO# 04233 / 04241, EMI USA ‎– SPRO# 04242 / 04243
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3 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Numbered, Promo, Special Edition
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A I Want A Dog (LP Version)
Engineer – David Jacob, Mike Nielson*Engineer [Mix] – John PoppoMixed By, Producer [Additional] – Frankie KnucklesPiano [Solo] – Josh MilanProducer – Pet Shop Boys
6:15
B I'm Not Scared (LP Version)
Engineer – David JacobProducer – David Jacob, Pet Shop BoysProgrammed By [Fairlight] – Blue Weaver
7:23
C It's Alright (LP Version)
Engineer – Stephen LipsonProducer – Stephen Lipson, Trevor HornVocals [Additional] – H. Robert Carr*, Dee Ricketts, Derek Green, Gee Morris, Herbie Joesph*, Iris Sutherland, Judy Bennett*, Mario Friendo (2), Michael Hoyte, Paul Lee, Sharon Blackwell, Yvonne WhiteWritten-By – Sterling VoidWritten-By [Uncredited] – Marshall Jefferson, Paris Brightledge
9:24
D Always On My Mind / In My House (LP Version)
Engineer – Julian MendelsohnProducer – Julian Mendelsohn, Pet Shop BoysProducer [Produced With Thanks To] – David Jacob, Phil Harding & Ian CurnowProgrammed By [Fairlight] – Andy Richards, Gary Maugham*
9:05
E1 Left To My Own Devices (Shep Pettibone Mix)
Edited By – Chep Nunez*Engineer – Stephen LipsonEngineer [Remix] – Goh HotodaProducer [Additional], Remix – Shep PettiboneProducer, Arranged By – Stephen Lipson, Trevor Horn
9:25
E2 Left To My Own Devices (Device Mix)
Edited By – Chep Nunez*Engineer – Stephen LipsonEngineer [Remix] – Goh HotodaProducer [Additional], Remix – Shep PettiboneProducer, Arranged By – Stephen Lipson, Trevor Horn
7:45
F1 Domino Dancing (Base Mix)
Engineer – Lewis A. Martinee*, Mike CouzziMixed By – Lewis A. Martinee*, Mike Couzzi, Rick "Billy Bob" Alonzo*Producer – Lewis A. Martinee*Producer [Associate Producers] – Pet Shop Boys
5:53
F2 Always On My Mind (Shep's Holiday Mix)
Featuring [Uncredited] – Junior VasquezProducer – Julian Mendelsohn, Pet Shop BoysProducer [Additional], Remix – Shep PettiboneProducer [Produced With Thanks To] – David Jacob
5:40
F3 Always On My Mind (Shep's House)
Featuring [Uncredited] – Junior VasquezProducer – Julian Mendelsohn, Pet Shop BoysProducer [Additional], Remix – Shep PettiboneProducer [Produced With Thanks To] – David Jacob
7:28

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Numbered edition with sticker: "Special Limited Edition / For Club D.J.'s Only / Pet Shop Boys / Club Mixes / From The Pet Shop Boys / Introspective / Album / No XXXX / Happy Holidays"
The sticker also has "E1-90868" very finely printed, which refers to the catalog number of the retail version, which doesn't have all the tracks featured here.

Issued in 3 white die-cut sleeves.

12" #1 catalog: SPRO# 04231/SPRO# 04232
12" #2 catalog: SPRO# 04233/SPRO# 04241
12" #3 catalog: SPRO# 04242/SPRO# 04243

Durations on tracks A, E2, F1 to F3 are incorrect on the label. The attached tracklist is corrected.

A: Mix and additional Production for Def Mix Productions.
B: Newsreel Soundtrack (Paris 1968) Supplied by Independent Television News.
E1/E2: Additional Production & Remix for MasterMix Productions.
F1: Produced for Pantera Productions.
F2/F3: Additional Production and Remix for MasterMix Productions.

℗© 1988 Original Sound Recordings made by EMI Records, Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 A-Side Label): 242355
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 B-Side Label): 242731
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 A-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-1-04231 Z DMM SPAR EUROPADISK DMM B-14188-21 △23794 SP 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 B-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-2-04232-ZR DMM EUROPADISK B-34189-21 △23794-X SP 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 A-Side Label): 242732
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 B-Side Label): 242459F
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 A-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-1-04233-Z1 DMM B-34190-Z1 △23795 DMM EUROPADISK SP 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 B-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-2-04241-Z1 DMM B-34191-Z1 △23796 EUROPADISK-DMM SP 1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 A-Side Label): 242729B / 242729C
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 B-Side Label): 242730D / 242459H / 242459G
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 A-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-0424-Z1 Z1 DMM SP1-2 EUROPADISK SP-AR B-34192-Z1 △23797
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 3 B-Side Runout Etchings): SPRO-2-04243-Z1 DMM SP 1-2 SP-AR B-34193-Z1 △23797-X
  • Rights Society: BMI / ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 151) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCS 7325, 79 0868 1 Pet Shop Boys Introspective(LP, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone PCS 7325, 79 0868 1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
66312 Pet Shop Boys Introspectivo(Cass, Album, RE) EMI 66312 Argentina 1988 Sell This Version
20059 Pet Shop Boys Introspectivo(Cass, Album) EMI 20059 Argentina 1988 Sell This Version
080 79 0868 1, 080 7 90868 1 Pet Shop Boys Introspective(LP, Album) Parlophone, EMI, Parlophone, EMI 080 79 0868 1, 080 7 90868 1 Spain Unknown Sell This Version
13421 Pet Shop Boys Introspective(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Pet Shop Boys) 13421 Europe 2001 Sell This Version

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MJH1964

MJH1964

April 29, 2018
I bought this today. 3 x 12”, mint still in (opened) shrink with numbered hype sticker. The real bonus though is that it came with its original ‘Introspective’ (perfect condition) plastic shopping bag!
mjb

mjb

July 29, 2017
Although marketed as exclusive club mixes, the first two records are just the LP versions, one per side, cut nice and loud to maximize SNR. At the time, this would have been desirable for club DJs.

It is the third record which is unique, containing some otherwise unavailable Shep Pettibone remixes of "Always On My Mind" and "Left to My Own Devices". Ordinarily in this era, he was very consistently in top form, but between this and the Underworld "Underneath the Radar" remixes, he managed to sneak in a couple of duds. It's no surprise the record company chose not to release these mixes commercially. The Device Mix is a dub mix and would work in a club, hence it was bootlegged, but the others are just...meh. And his additional production on "Always On My Mind" is jarringly out of tune with the vocal. What was he thinking?

Also, the Base Mix of "Domino Dancing" wasn't available on a US release, so it is semi-exclusive. It is weirdly EQ'd everywhere it appears, including here. I guess you are supposed to crank up the bass as needed. Base means No Bass? I don't know.