Podcast about Behaviour

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Podcast about Behaviour

#1 Post by Nervously »

Sorry if it's been mentioned before, couldn't see it if so. This was a good listen.
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Oh, that's nice! Thanks for the link

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Really enjoyed listening to that. Thanks!
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#4 Post by joe stalin »

Same here. Really good listen. So many similarities to me. The PSB have been the constant soundtrack to my life, since 1986. I'm 50 now. Amazing really.

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#5 Post by 303krs »

Thanks a lot for the link ! Such a nice podcast.
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Never heard of her before but it was an enjoyable listen - thanks. Interesting how she stopped being such a hardcore fan after Behaviour as life took over. Probably the same for most of us, but like supporting a crap football team, we still went out and bought Release.

It's the same guy who did the Rule of Three podcast about comedy shows. Entertaining but his/their relentless positivity about everything grates after a while.

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Isn't that just ammuricans?!

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Patrick Bateman wrote: Fri 05 Aug 2022, 9:06 pm Never heard of her before but it was an enjoyable listen - thanks. Interesting how she stopped being such a hardcore fan after Behaviour as life took over. Probably the same for most of us, but like supporting a crap football team, we still went out and bought Release.
Maybe stopped bring quite so obsessed with them after "Behaviour", but it's clear she still carried on following them and is a massive fan of their whole career. I am the same age as her (and from the same region!) and I had an identical experience with Very- I still liked it but at that point they were no longer the be-all and end-all of music for me. (And I didn't buy Release and I still haven't 'cos it's rubbish).
Patrick Bateman wrote: Fri 05 Aug 2022, 9:06 pm It's the same guy who did the Rule of Three podcast about comedy shows. Entertaining but his/their relentless positivity about everything grates after a while.
I liked Rule of Three. Nadia Shireen appeared on that too, talking about Smash Hits. Also recommended.

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#9 Post by rashomon »

Really nice listen - I took the longer walk home so I could finish this on my commute home :)

Like the bit about having a one-way relationship with the boys ... and could resonate with the points made that we as a listener are effectively 'part' of the Pet Shop Boys experience.

The podcast series is quite good - I span a few other episodes before I listened to the Behaviour one.
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#10 Post by Dog »

Brilliant listen, thank you.
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