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Elysium is the eleventh studio album by English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. Released on 5 September 2012, it is the duo's final album with Parlophone. The album was produced during 2012 in Los Angeles by Andrew Dawson and Pet Shop Boys.

Pet Shop Boys began writing the songs for the album during a period of five weeks in Berlin, Germany in the beginning of 2011. Most of the album was written during the Progress Live concert tour with Take… read more

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  • Doesn't seem like two years since the album was released.
  • Listening again. What a beautiful album.
  • Can't say it's bad... but somehow "Loneliness" would be a better name for this album... just my feeling. My favorite song: Leaving!
  • Such a beautiful album.
  • Похоже, в новом веке PSB выдают хорошие альбомы только через раз. Так что надеемся на следующий, надеюсь еще пороху хватит.
  • I was expecting A Face Like That or even Your Early Stuff as the next single and not Memory of the Future...
  • Having heard this album, it's not bad but it's not top-notch P.S.B.. The sounds and vocal effects, keyboard sounds etc.. used on this album sound a lot like the group New Musik during the "Anywhere" album [era.] It's nothing new to these ears, though. "Elysium" doesn't sound like "Behaviour" despite the comparisons, it recalls "Release" a little (to me). Here their music sounds like a cross between the stuff on PSB's "Actually", their Italo-disco beginnings (to some extent) and New Musik, with bits of "Release" thrown in. It would be interesting to see where they go from here musically on their next album, since each record they publish is distinct from the last and a reaction to that vibe; in P.S.B.'s words.
  • Our thoughts on the new album: http://www.undertheradarmag.com/reviews/pet_shop_boys_elysium/
  • I wouldn't say they are done but this album is one of their weakest in my opinion which is a huge disappointment.
  • Esse álbum é ótimo e fim de papo. [2]

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