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Pet Shop Boys - Agenda download album

  • Performer: Pet Shop Boys
  • Album: Agenda
  • FLAC: 1611 mb | MP3: 1480 mb
  • Released: 2019
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Dance-pop, Eurodance
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 474
Pet Shop Boys - Agenda download album

Tracklist: 1 Give stupidity a chance 2 On social media 3 What are we going to do about the rich 4 The forgotten child.

Agenda is a 2019 EP by English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys, digitally released on 8 February 2019 and due to be released physically in April 2019 (as a 12-inch vinyl). It received a mixed reception by critics, who underlined its explicit lyrics and lack of poetry. Give Stupidity a Chance" – 2:59. On Social Media" – 3:33. What Are We Going to Do About the Rich?" – 3:03.

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Agenda - EP. Pet Shop Boys. Released February 8, 2019. Agenda - EP Tracklist. 1. Give Stupidity a Chance Lyrics. Agenda is an EP of, in the words of singer/lyricist Neil Tennant, three satirical songs and one rather sad song. Released in February 2019, the songs were recorded in late 2018 with producer Tim Powell and are all focused on current events and global politics (hence the title of the EP). Agenda - EP Q&A.

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Pet Shop Boys – Agenda album download, Pop Music Duo Pet Shop Boys finally drops their much anticipated studio album titled Agenda. The album contains 4 hot tracks with some collaborations. Tracklist Of Agenda by Pet Shop Boys. 01. Give stupidity a chance.

Pet Shop Boys lead singer–lyricist Neil Tennant and composer Chris Lowe are British Boomers who made their name with elegant, thoughtful, and danceable tracks during the 1980s, including West End Girls and the Dusty Springfield collaboration What Have I Done to Deserve This? 1993’s Very is their masterpiece. It departs from PSB’s concept for the other Agenda videos, all based on Jenny Holzer–style graphics (the stark delivery of block-like words and ideas as advertised in public spaces) against documentary footage of totalitarian parades and fabricated ceremonies. This artistic confusion makes an assumption about absolute political terror that ruins the song What Are We Going to Do About the Rich?


Give Stupidity A Chance 2:59
On Social Media 3:33
What Are We Going To Do About The Rich? 3:03
The Forgotten Child 3:33


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
X20014 DL Pet Shop Boys Agenda ‎(4xFile, FLAC, EP) x2 X20014 DL Europe 2019
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x2 0014 CD 1 Pet Shop Boys Agenda ‎(CD, EP) x2 x2 0014 CD 1 UK 2019

The Forgotten Child is the real gem here. Needs a seperate single release for sure. Plus some more remixes would be dope.
Got mine on release from Amazon, sounds fine if not spectacular, On Social Media being the best track.
Got this delivered from the PSB website, I like the collection of songs on this EP, the sound is ok but not amazing Track 4 (Track 2 Side B) sounds the best in my opinion, the rest are mastered a bit too loud n flat for me, I can get them to sound ok with some adjustments to the amp settings, pressing is badly warped, something I come to expect from Optimal pressings these days, thankfully my Planar 3 & 2m black are quite tolerant of warping and if you don't look at the turntable you'd never know. Nice glossy jacket & inner sleeve!
Record sounds very good. The first trach however, has a little sibilance, byt other than that, it sounds ok. Mine is not very wobbly, but its very common nowadays for records to be pressed badly.
Got mine this past week at a shop in Texas, it sounds and plays fine.
I bougt the 12" in Brussels last Friday, but unfortunately it's wobbly (like it has been lying in the sun)- I can listen to it, but it's not healthy for my record player.Went to return my copy today (they had only one left), and unfortunately it's the same issue - wobbly too.
Mine's the same (ordered from the PSB online store) - plays perfectly and sounds great, but it's quite badly warped and can't be good for my turntable. I'm gonna file it in between two other records on a tight shelf and hope it flattens out over time.
Has anyone actually seen this on sale in Britain? None of the record shops in London (Sister Ray, Rough Trade, Fopp, Phonica etc) seem to have had it in, the Rough Trade site lists it as a preorder for May, and amazon.co.uk says it's out now but ships in 1-4 weeks which suggests something has gone wrong with distribution. All the discogs sellers are in mainland Europe. It's odd considering PSB are normally decent sellers of physical records in the UK, especially with new music (at least one of their last two albums topped the vinyl charts right?).
It's in last week's vinyl singles chart - at no.7, I think. I assume that's just from sales from the PSB website.
Have now played it and it’s horrible sounding. Like it’s been recorded on a cheap cassette with the loudness turned up too high.
The 12" is only available from the Pet Shop Boys online store, and the CD is only available with Annually, the Pet Shop Boys' annual fan book, again only available from their online store. It's also a limited pressing.
I got it mail order, it arrived on Friday 12th.
My vinyl arrived today in the UK ordered from the PSB store (although the sleeve is a little squashed in one corner)
This digital EP was initially given away free as each track was posted on YouTube (with lyric videos) on successive days between 5th and 8th February 2019, at which point it became available to buy on download. Notably, each day's track was better than its predecessor, culminating in The Forgotten Child, which is as good as anything Pet Shop Boys have done. Stupidity is mid-tempo but then we get two great upbeat dance numbers. What Are We Going To Do...? is hilarious. All the lyrics are political. Some fans have been critical of this turn but PSB have always been political. What are King's Cross and Psychological about? The Forgotten Child is the real masterpiece here. As well as being musically beautiful, Neil's lyrics are among his finest. The child starts as the fleeing refugee but transforms during the song into the child within each of us: the child we forgot when we turned our backs on those in need and decided that dead babies being washed ashore on the Mediterranean was acceptable. If we are to salvage our humanity, we need a new political agenda, and that is what this EP gives us. Reject stupidity and the vanities of social media, halt the growing divide between rich and poor, and rediscover our empathy for others.
(...) Some fans have been critical o this turn but PSB always been political. What are King's Cross and Psychological about? (...)No offense, but this can't pass without a "rebuke".I actually don't know UK and took me a long time to find out that King's Cross was a London Station. In the song meaning, I would argue about people emigrating to the UK expecting an easy life and then suddenly finds out that people face the same issues around the globe and King's Cross was a selected spot to show it. It's not a "political" song, as it envolves the entire urban system, not just government. You cited "Psychological", from "Fundamental". Well, I find this album very well written in a way that politics are not a direct intervention to the art. Not all songs are about government relations. Some are a critics of the way of life right now: immigration struggles, world policies on pollution, sense of madness and despair and wanting to disappear from this world -- this is all related to what general people also concur to make real. It's not strictly about politics, rich people or classes. Agenda is a completely different thing from the atom level. The art is tossed aside to speak out a magazine text, basically. (It is actually strange, the cover art does look like a magazine, and not a PSB record ever, that I would expect. Farrow would do better.)And it is pretty ingenuous, because no one will ever care. People who uses social media, won't care. Rich won't care. Poor won't care. Nobody is going to rediscover nothing for anyone. I would even recommend that you listen to Nine Inch Nails' latest EP called Bad Witch, which is very very pretty straight forward on edging politics, in a very clever way - also blaming every single human alive for this entire (insert that word here).Please read libertarian / non-government articles over Mises.org and it will be unveiled that democracy, government, and the State, are things that violate the individuals and should not ever be a theme for any record, let alone Agenda.
Pity it is only four tracks long; I wouldn't mind a full length 12-track LP full of such satirical songs!
PSB are past it. I guess the problem with genius artistry (and Pet Shop Boys, hard as this EP makes it to believe, are that) is that when you write your grocery list, you probably think that's genius too, 'cause it came from you.
Nothing personal
Really enjoyed the last album and the inner sanctum concert film. This ep is mostly tongue in cheek and is probably why they didn’t give it a full “proper” release but made it available physically for fans if they want it. I’d say they are far from past it
The Boys go straight to the point with this political/satirical EP and they are absolutely right! The Forgotten Child is the best one of the 4 tracks both musically and lyrically.
What are we going to do about the PSB? Loudest record ever, ever, ever. Brick wall.Politics again? Not even subtle like it is in "Fundamental". The art is gone with politics. Sorry.Neil and Cris, love you guys, but, please get this right...
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