Pet Shop Boys ‎– Go West

Label:
Parlophone ‎– 12R 6356, Parlophone ‎– 7243 8 80848 6 4
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Vinyl, 12", Single, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Go West (Mings Gone West: First And Second Movement)
Engineer – Bob Kraushaar, Pete GleadallEngineer [Mix] – Paul WrightProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Brothers In RhythmProgrammed By – Pete Gleadall
10:12
B1 Go West (Farley And Heller Disco Mix)
Producer [Additional Production] – Brothers In Rhythm, Stephen HagueProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Farley And Heller*
6:01
B2 Go West (Kevin Saunderson Tribe Mix)
Remix – Kevin Saunderson
6:52

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Published by Jess Music/Leo Song
℗ 1993 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pet Shop Boys Partnership Ltd under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd. © 1993 Pet Shop Boys Partnership Ltd.
Made in England
Manufactured and Distributed by EMI.
Printed in U.K.

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Barcode: 7 24388 08486 4
  • Label Code: BIEM/MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 12 R 6356 A-1-1-|
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 12 R 6356 B-1-1-|

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
R 6356, 7243 8 80848 7 1 Pet Shop Boys Go West(7", Single) Parlophone, Parlophone R 6356, 7243 8 80848 7 1 UK 1993 Vendre cette version
E2-58084 Pet Shop Boys Go West(CD, Maxi, RE) EMI Records USA E2-58084 US Unknown Vendre cette version
7243 8 80910 2 2 Pet Shop Boys Go West(CD, Single) Parlophone 7243 8 80910 2 2 Europe 1993 Vendre cette version
8808492, 880849 2 Pet Shop Boys Go West(CD, Single) Parlophone, Parlophone 8808492, 880849 2 France 1993 Vendre cette version
TODP-2426 Pet Shop Boys Go West(CD, Mini, Single) EMI TODP-2426 Japan 1993 Vendre cette version

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1 décembre 2008

What's this, tech-house in 1993? Well, the PSBoys might say thanks for the tag, but i'm sure those of use who bought this and were playing this in '93/'94 had no idea that it needed a name back then. This is a tidy collection of remixes, and the names involved make it an ideal collectible. I remember spinning it at my residency as late as '98 and still seeing the smiles. Tech-house, again, doesn't seem to fit: this vinyl pressing is just another evolution of house that didn't need to stand out, a la the warehouse feeling. Go West had a great video clip, but the Boys were always better heard than seen on the box. This will remind many of parties gone by. Kevin Saunderson will remain a fave for most by default, and respect is due.