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Pet Shop Boys
Disco 3 (Santuary Records)

By: Alex Steininger

Disco 3 is the third in a series of albums comprised of re-mixes alongside new creations, both geared towards the dance floor. Except for Disco 3's finale, the majestic piano piece "London (Genuine Piano Mix)", the album is loaded with pulsating dance beats, plenty of grooves, hard-hitting low end, and punchy bass layered songs that make you want to shake your ass. Not your typical Pet Shop Boys, but a refreshing, if not interesting outlook on the band's materials, as well as a chance for them to write outside of their normal frame (and a chance for fans and dance lovers to indulge a little in some guilty pleasures). Though, its repetitive, over-indulgent nature does grow tiring. I'll give it a B-.
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