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Nervously - Pet Shop Boys - Behaviour



Label: Bager - B-120 • Format: Cassette Unofficial Release, Album • Country: Poland • Genre: Electronic • Style: Synth-pop
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It was released on 22 October by Parlophone. A Japanese special edition included Nervously - Pet Shop Boys - Behaviour bonus Mini CDexclusive artwork and printed lyrics in a white velvet-like box. Faltermeyer was a good choice for producer as he happened to be an expert on analogue equipment. The result was a Pet Shop Boys album different from both the previous album, Introspectiveand the follow-up, Very.

Later, Stop In The Name Of Love - Stars On 45 - Stars On 45 Longplay Album (Volume II) Neil Tennant would reflect on the different style of Behaviour : "It was more reflective and more musical-sounding, and also it probably didn't have irritatingly crass ideas in it, like our songs often do".

Tennant stated the album was inspired by fellow synth-pop group Depeche Mode 's album Violator[2] released that same year. The video was directed by Eric Watson. The video was directed by Bruce Weber. The video was directed by Liam Kan. There were also remixes by David Morales, which were released on a limited edition 12" and CD.

There was an additional b-side, "Bet She's Not Your Girlfriend", and in addition to some extended mixes of both singles, there were additional remixes of both songs by David Morales.

The single mix was more electronic than the version on the album, Whatcha Gonna Do - Rock Nalle* - Rock Nalles Gamle Bedste there was an extended mix of "Jealousy" which featured Neil Tennant reading excerpts of Shakespeare 's Othellowhich is a play about jealousy. It is known to be one of Robbie Williams ' favourite Linda Ronstadt - Canciones De Mi Padre Shop Boys songs, and he sang it with Nervously - Pet Shop Boys - Behaviour duo for their Radio 2 concert, which was later released on the Pet Shop Boys' live album Concrete.

In a contemporary review of BehaviourJim Farber of Entertainment Weekly wrote that the album contained the Pet Shop Boys' "best tunes yet" and "their most consistently beautiful melodies to date", noting "an easier way with the beats and greater vulnerability in the lyrics" compared to the group's prior work.

Q included Behaviour in its list of the 50 best albums of and wrote: "Some of Showbusiness - Van Morrison - The Philosophers Stone (The Unreleased Tapes Volume One) dance fans may be a trifle disappointed Frank Sinatra should be calling shortly.

The re-released version was digitally remastered, and accompanied with a second disc of B-sides, and some previously unreleased songs, recorded from to It later became the b-side for "Was It Worth It? The original B-side version can also be found on the compilation album Alternative.

This reissue was re-released in along with the Further Listening editions of Very and Bilingual. Another re-release followed on 9 Februaryunder the title of Behaviour: Remastered. This version contains only the 10 tracks on the original. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Nervously. Pet Shop Boys. Synth-pop dance-pop.

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  1. Nervously Pet Shop Boys. Produced by Pet Shop Boys & Harold Faltermeyer. Album Behaviour. Nervously Lyrics [Verse 1] A nervous boy in several ways I never knew the world could operate this way.
  2. Behaviour (released as Behavior in the United States) is the fourth studio album by English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released on 22 October by Parlophone. A Japanese special edition included a bonus Mini CD, exclusive artwork and printed lyrics in a white velvet-like granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfo: Synth-pop, dance-pop.
  3. But nervously we never get it Right from the start I approved of you Right from the moment you turned to face me. A nervous boy from another town With a nervous laugh and a concentrated frown I spoke too fast with watchful eyes Of a recent past and some nostalgic surprise. We don't talk of love We're much too shy But nervously we wonder when.

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