PET SHOP BOYS – Fourth Album ‘BEHAVIOUR’ Came Out 30 Years Ago Today

22 October 2020

Band: PET SHOP BOYS (London)
Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe
Active: since 1981

Album: BEHAVIOUR – fourth LP
Released: 22 October 1990 – 30 years ago today

Pitchfork wrote: “Like the Cure’s ‘Disintegration’ or Depeche Mode’s ‘Violator’,
the Pet Shop Boys’ fourth album transitioned their creators into the ’90s by both
refining and breaking from the past… Embracing disposable pop, they’ve created
lasting queer culture just as it was in danger of disappearing. They celebrate the
melancholia of being gay.”
– Full review here. Score: 8.5/10.

Neil Tennant: “We shouldn’t feel restricted by our sexuality,
and our sexuality doesn’t have to be a cultural choice.”

Chris Lowe: “We’d be nowhere without our looks.”

Turn Up The Volume: Actually, a Very Introspective Hotspot Nightlife album.

Key singles/clips: So Hard / Being Boring



Full album…


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