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    Pet Shop BoysAgenda

    Label:
    x2 (2) – x2 0014 CD 1
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    CD, EP
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    Tracklist

    1Give Stupidity A Chance2:59
    2On Social Media3:33
    3What Are We Going To Do About The Rich?3:03
    4The Forgotten Child3:33
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    ℗ and © 2019 x2 Recordings Ltd under exclusive licence to Kobalt Label Services.
    Made in the EU.
    Available only with Pet Shop Boys Annually 2019.
    Not for resale.

    All copies supplied factory shrinkwrapped, with another shrinkwrap bundling CD and book together. The CD cardsleeve itself features no barcode, a sticker on bundle shrinkwrap is printed with barcode and catalogue number for book + CD bundle.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Label Code: LC 30596
    • Matrix / Runout: KEYPRODUCTION.CO.UK X20014CD1 18A00
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L558
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94Y6
    • Barcode (Sticker on bundle shrinkwrap): 2 566003 613954
    • Other (Catalogue number, sticker on bundle shrinkwrap): LIT45

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Agenda (4×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)x2 (2)X20014 DLEurope2019
    Agenda (4×File, FLAC, EP)x2 (2)X20014 DLEurope2019
    Agenda (12", EP)x2 (2)x2 0014 VL1Europe2019

    Reviews

    maxal's profile picture
    maxal
    Given customers have had various production gripes with the vinyl edition (warps etc), it's strange there aren't any reviews of this CD edition yet. I too would rather have had a nice vinyl edition of this, but . . .

    That said, this book and CD is a great item to have. The interviews are interesting and it's a neatly designed package to house the CD in overall. Everybody has different PSB favourites, I lean towards the soppy side of Pet Shop Boys and like The Forgotten Child.