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Posted By: Rupert J Pembleton

Posted On: January 6th
Views: 139
Cabaret for the Disinclined ...


"Was it Worth it?" - for me!

This is Neil almost in full cabaret, a position Andy Bell regularly frequented, only raised to another level by the cover-art obituary. Interestingly, the B-Side, Miserablism is perhaps the most "Erasureesque" sounding song of them all, not for the lyrics, but for the baseless, "plunkety plunk" arrangement Vince Clarke often mustered.

The video was terrible,

...and the number 24 irreversibly spoilt many a UK fans chart position archive.

Was it Worth It?

...well that depends on what "was" is, or was.

Sincerely,
Rupert J Pembleton



Posted By: Robert Schulz

Posted On: January 7th
Views: 112
RE: RE: Cabaret for the Disinclined ...

Was were not what were not was. in a case everything is alike when it comes to pretended emotionality turning to
outrageous profoundity. So the way both musics are produced determine how they face each other because its more difficult to say what song is the most unesque song. and as we agreed everything sounds like something else.

CU!


Posted By: Rupert J Pembleton

Posted On: January 7th
Views: 93
RE: Cabaret for the Disinclined ...

...Exactly! :0)


Posted By: RonniePSB

Posted On: January 9th
Views: 43
RE: Cabaret for the Disinclined ...

Was it Worth It? is Pet Shop Boys "I am what I am" song, it's more cringeworthy than AbFab & Disco 2 put together, a shocking way to end their Greatest Hits set, with a flop.

Producers Brothers in Rhythm were a one trick pony, terrible song!



 

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