Behaviour (Pet Shop Boys album)

Behaviour (Pet Shop Boys Album)

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Behaviour (Behavior in the original US pressing) is the fifth studio album, the fourth of entirely new music, by English electronic music group Pet Shop Boys. It was first released in 1990. It was also released in Japan with an additional CD3. Behaviour is featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.


Although a popular album among fans, in the context of Pet Shop Boys' other albums, Behaviour differs in production style. Stephen Hague, who had produced two of the group's three previous studio albums, did not produce any tracks on Behaviour and would return on the duo's next studio album, Very. Instead, Harold Faltermeyer was hired to produce Behaviour at his "Red Deer" studio in Munich, Germany. Because they were dissatisfied with the available digital synthesisers and samples, Pet Shop Boys wanted to use analogue synthesisers. Faltermeyer was a good choice for producer, as he happened to be an expert on analog equipment. The result was a Pet Shop Boys album different from both the previous album, Introspective and the 1993 follow-up, Very. In places, the album expands upon the synthpop genre with flavours of guitar pop ballads, as with "This must be the place I waited years to leave" and "My October symphony" featuring guitarist, Johnny Marr. Later, singer 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...
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