Pet Shop Boys switch labels for new ‘Electric’ album

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Pet Shop Boys perform during the German game show "Wetten Dass" (Bet it...?) in ErfurtLONDON (Reuters) – Pet Shop Boys have left the record label Parlophone after 28 years and will release their new studio album "Electric" through independent music publisher Kobalt in June, the British duo said on Thursday. The chart-toppers, whose 1980s hits include "West End Girls" and "It's A Sin", said further details of their 12th studio album would be released soon. The move by the duo, who have sold 50 million records worldwide since getting together 32 years ago, comes a month after it was announced that Parlophone was being sold to Warner Music. …

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