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Tennant/Lowe, Battleship Potemkin (EMI)

With the public appetite for their acerbically lovelorn brand of synth-pop having diminished in the past few years, the Pet Shop Boys' creative energies have been rerouted into a slightly weightier milieu.

27th August, 2005

With the public appetite for their acerbically lovelorn brand of synth-pop having diminished in the past few years, the Pet Shop Boys' creative energies have been rerouted into a slightly weightier milieu.

This is an orchestral score (originally performed live in Trafalgar Square last year) for Sergei Eisenstein's seminal tale of a real-life mutiny aboard a Russian ship during the 1905 revolution. Frankly, it's hard to get a good sense of this music's effectiveness without...

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