Pet Shop Boys ‎– Electric

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x2 (2) ‎– X20003BP1
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Memory Stick, MP3, Album, Limited Edition, 160 kbps, Playbutton
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1 Axis 5:33
2 Bolshy 5:45
3 Love Is A Bourgeois Construct 6:42
4 Fluorescent 6:17
5 Inside A Dream 5:38
6 The Last To Die 4:13
7 Shouting In The Evening 3:36
8 Thursday
Featuring [Uncredited] – Example
5:03
9 Vocal 6:35

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Notes

Limited to 500 copies

Open format Playbutton (comes with a black USB cord) – contents can be changed

Patent D645473 & D657775S
Playbutton is designed by Parte LLC New York
Patent pending // (c) 2011 All rights reserved
Not suitable for children age 3 and under

Made in The People's Republic Of China

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
x2 0003 CD1, X20003CD1, 5055667602413 Pet Shop Boys Electric(CD, Album) x2 (2), x2 (2), x2 (2) x2 0003 CD1, X20003CD1, 5055667602413 UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
y2 0003 CD1 INSTRU Pet Shop Boys Electric (Instrumental)(CD, Album, Unofficial) y2 y2 0003 CD1 INSTRU Europe 2016 Sell This Version
86697/98, 86699/700 Pet Shop Boys Electric(2x12", Album, TP) Rainbo Records 86697/98, 86699/700 USA, Canada & UK 2013 Sell This Version
none Pet Shop Boys Electric(CDr, Album, Promo, Unofficial) x2 (3) none UK & Europe 2013 Sell This Version
VF 090, X2 0003 LP2 Pet Shop Boys Electric(Box, Album, Ltd + 12", Ora + 12", Yel + 12", Pin +) The Vinyl Factory, x2 (2) VF 090, X2 0003 LP2 UK 2013 Sell This Version

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Mrmilano

Mrmilano

October 16, 2013
Pretty interesting artifact. It may be a crappy 160 KBPS mp3, but this colectible has already tenfolded its original price... outstanding for any PSB collector.
alexownworld

alexownworld

July 29, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
It's a real shame that such a cool device, which could become a highly collectable item for PSB fans, contains music in crappy 160 kbps mp3 form. Why not WAV or FLAC? Few additional hundred Mbs of memory space as well as slightly improved hardware to play the lossless audio would costed nothing to the manufacturer .....