[Introspective] Final results of poll on buying prospective vinyl PSB re-releases
psbfan at geowayne.com
Sat Nov 12 22:11:35 PST 2016
The final results are in for my poll this past week, in which I asked my
site visitors whether they would buy any vinyl re-releases -- purely
imaginary at this point -- of "classic" Pet Shop Boys albums. And the
response that received the most votes was:
* "No, despite the fact that I don't own an or all of the original vinyl
releases, I'm not interested in buying any new vinyl releases, period,"
picked by 48.2% of the voters.
To see the complete results, please visit my "Commentary" site at
http://www.geowayne.com/psbhtml.htm and select one of the "Past Survey
Results" options in the top navigation bar, or click the appropriate
link on my "What's New?" page.
For this week's new poll, I've selected two major "rock icons," U2 and
Bruce Springsteen, who share the fact that the Boys have covered one of
their songs: "Where the Streets Have No Name" and "The Last to Die,"
respectively. What if one of them were to decide to "return the favor,"
so to speak, by covering a PSB song? Which of the two would you most
prefer to do this? And what "type" of PSB song would you most want them
to cover: a single, a non-single album track, or a b-side or other
relative "obscurity"? Or perhaps you wouldn't want either of them to
remake any PSB song. I'm interested in finding out! This question, by
the way, was inspired by a recent email from regular site visitor Daniel
Dannypannic. He didn't suggest this specific question, but he did
trigger my thinking along these lines, which I greatly appreciate.
Thanks also to everyone who voted in last week's survey! And I hope you
all have a fantastic week ahead!
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