So Sorry, I Said, is the only real weak link I think. Not very single friendly too.Rent and Tonight Is Forever are phenomenal power ballads. Dare I say it, I prefer both of them to the PSB originals.
It’s such a shame she didn’t do another album with the Pet Shop Boys- but I suppose Don’t Drop Bombs, So Sorry I Said and Love Pains flopping meant that she was probably wasn’t interested. A true shame because as Dame @idratherjack says- it’s a timeless classic
and the best PSB album ever.
I love how back in those days on chat shows the guests had room to have an actual conversation. If they were on say Graham Norton now, they'd be on for 2 mins about the record, he'd have some mad internet story and another guest interjecting and we'd know next to nothing about the album other than it's out soon.
That would have been amazing. I wonder if she was disappointed and put off by the underperformance of the other singles?I wish Liza and the Pet Shop Boys, had worked together again following this superb album .
I think Results was an experiment for Liza to prove that she could do modern day music and not just do show tunes. I think the well, results of the album itself, was enough for her.That would have been amazing. I wonder if she was disappointed and put off by the underperformance of the other singles?
It's a shame Liza never returned to the dancefloor on record again.