Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Pet Shop Boys Medley
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Newest Release from the Popular 'medley Series' features 10 Tracks from the Pet Shop Boys Including West End Girls, Suburbia, It's a Sin, Where the Streets have No Name, Left to My Own Devices, Always on My Mind, Se a Vida... more »
Newest Release from the Popular 'medley Series' features 10 Tracks from the Pet Shop Boys Including West End Girls, Suburbia, It's a Sin, Where the Streets have No Name, Left to My Own Devices, Always on My Mind, Se a Vida E, Heart, It's Alright, and More.
STOP, GO BACK!
Michael A. Wise | Georgia | 01/27/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Bought it to add to my collection. It belongs in a waste can. Unlimited Beat has a very poor understanding of the PSB sound, and no grasp whatsoever of the English languange. Avoid! Avoid! I would never play this in my club, even if all the PSB albums in the world suddenly disappeared. I'd read lyrics over a microphone first. Or better, let my dog."
For a true fan!
Drew Xavier | Charlotte NC | 03/23/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is not an actual PSB production. This is done by the label . Track one is an extremely quick music blast mix of Pet Shop Boys singles. Track two is longer with some more songs but overall the same. Track three is an instrumental. This is a worth-buying CD only if you are a true fan and crave anything of Pet Shop Boys. If you are not a true fan you will be dissappointed heavily. I like it because it does a bunch of songs quickly and steadily. The lyrics are very foreign and give it its own feel. This is not a unique CD by any means. It's just fun to have and listen too while you are cleaning the house or exercising or if you want feel like diving into a pool of PSB mania. I give it a full Two Pet Head rating because it is unique, but for no other reason then that."
Robert Nerenberg | Las Vegas, Nevada USA | 06/09/2000
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this CD, listened to it once and than threw it in the trash. I'd rather listen to karaoke versions of the PSB tunes because those people are at least trying and want to impress somebody. I have no idea what these guys (Unlimited Beat) were going for and I have not shed one tear over this CD being gone."