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Pet Shop BoysActually

Label:Parlophone – 0190295832612
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
Country:USA & Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Pop
Style:Synth-pop

Tracklist

A1One More Chance
Written-ByOrlando*, Lowe*, Tennant*
5:28
A2What Have I Done To Deserve This?
Mixed ByJulian Mendelsohn
ProducerStephen Hague
Vocals, GuestDusty Springfield
Written-ByWillis*, Lowe*, Tennant*
4:21
A3Shopping3:37
A4Rent5:07
A5Hit Music4:44
B1It Couldn't Happen Here
Arranged By [Orchestra]Angelo Badalementi*
ProducerDavid Jacob
Written-ByLowe*, Morricone*, Tennant*
5:19
B2It's A Sin
Engineer [Mix]David Jacob
Mixed ByStephen Hague
4:59
B3I Want To Wake Up
EngineerDave Meegan
ProducerShep Pettibone
5:08
B4Heart
EngineerTony Philips*
Mixed ByJulian Mendelsohn
ProducerAndy Richards
3:57
B5King's Cross
ProducerStephen Hague
5:09
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Credits

Notes

℗ 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd. © 2018 Parlophone Records Ltd. A Warner Music Group Company. All rights reserved.
Made in the EU.

Recorded in London at Sarm West and Advision Studios.
Designed by Mark Farrow at ③ and Pet Shop Boys.

Comes with printed inner sleeve and white rectangular sticker on shrinkwrap:
"Pet Shop Boys, actually.
Pressed onto 180g heavyweight
vinyl featuring brand new 2018
remaster of the original album
0190295832612"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0190295832612
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 190295832612
  • Label Code: LC 30419
  • Rights Society: GEMA/MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side runout etching): BH03856-01A₁ 0190295832612 timtom
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side runout etching exc “[Metropolis Mastering logo]” stamp): BH03856-01B₁ 0190295832612 [Metropolis Mastering logo]

Other Versions (5 of 197)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Actually (LP, Album, Stereo)Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone064 74 6972 1, 74 6972 1, 1C 064-7 46972 1Europe1987
Actually (LP, Album)Parlophone, ParlophonePCSD 104, 74 6972 1UK1987
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Actually (CD, Album, Repress)EMI-Manhattan RecordsCDP 7 46972 2US1987
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Actually (CD, Album, Stereo)Parlophone, ParlophoneCDPCSD 104, CDP 7 46972 2Europe1987
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Actually (Cassette, Album)ParlophoneTC-PCSD 104UK1987

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Reviews

  • musicjunky1967's avatar
    An amazing sounding album! They've done a phenomenal job with this reissue.
    • daven77's avatar
      daven77
      Fantastic pressing of a great album. Absolutely faultless, great sound, no crackles or pops whatsoever. A must for your PSB collection.
      • speedingdeacon's avatar
        Excellent pressing. Mastering is top notch and well rounded. Definitely worth picking up before it gets rare and expensive.
        • phinyls's avatar
          phinyls
          Fantastic pressing, one of the best I own! An essential album for sure.
          • XETSOF's avatar
            XETSOF
            Edited one year ago
            Great sound / packaging / pressing. An essential PSB purchase for your collection.
            • MS1980's avatar
              MS1980
              Amazing sound! The best PSB album ever! Shopping and Heart best songs!
              • david_carter1969's avatar
                This truly is a fantastic sounding release of one of my favourite Pet Shop Boys Albums, it really does blow even the remastered CD version from 2001 that I also own out of the water. The superb synths and production of the Pets at the top of their game really shine through. Their are a few crackles here and there at the beginning of each side but nothing at distracting when the music kicks in. Highly recommended.
                • L0L59's avatar
                  L0L59
                  The record sounds very good, there is barely any surface noise and barely any pops or clicks (when it was new, now it has a few due to a few months of storage). But two tracks, One More Chance and Heart has some sibilance to it. I tried it with 2 different cartridges and they both has the same level of sibilance. On One More Chance, it is at the beggining, if you take a look at the record, the beggining of the track looks shiny, ubtil you reach that point. Thats when the sibilance happens. On heart, its few sibilance on the s and sh sound. Nothing too bad on this track, but One More Chance is much more worse than that. The inner sleeve doesn't look bad, but they will definetely fill your record with poly scratches and deep scratches. It does not feel smooth. My record looks as good as new, with the exception of a few hairs on top because of the static (I remove them with anti static brush). Overall, a very good pressing, the tracks sounds similar, if not identical to the original vinyl pressings. Just makw sure to get some anti static sleeves so you do not scratch the record.
                  • redroomboy's avatar
                    redroomboy
                    Very good remastering. But side 2 was full of scratches. There was no second without having surface noise.. I am waiting now for the next delivery...

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