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Tennant/Lowe - The Most Incredible Thing Musikalbum

Darsteller: Tennant/Lowe
Genre: Elektronische Musik / Klassische Musik / Tonspuren
Titel: The Most Incredible Thing
Land: Europe
Freigegeben: 14 Mar 2011
Stil: Modern Classical
Etikett: Parlophone
Katalognummer: 5099909734227
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 2873 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 2196 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 2233 mb
Bewertung: 4.2
Abstimmungen: 510


1The Miracle - Revolution2:45
2The Clock 1/2/35:47
3The Challenge3:56
4The Clock 10/11/126:29
5The Miracle - Resurrection2:17
7 Act One
8The Miracle - Colour And Light3:00
9The Clock 7/8/96:24
10The Wedding3:22
11Back To The Grind5:19
12The Miracle - Ceremony1:48
13The Meeting2:52
14Physical Jerks3:41
15The Winner2:15
16 Act Three
17The Grind7:10
18The Miracle - The Meeting (Reprise)2:00
20The Competition6:47
21The Clock 4/5/64:01
22 Act Two
23Help Me2:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
5099907169229, 071 6922Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing ‎(2xCD, Album, Har)Parlophone, Parlophone5099907169229, 071 6922Europe2011
5099907169229, 071 6922Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing ‎(2xCD, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone5099907169229, 071 6922Australia2011
5099902655024Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing ‎(2xCD, Album)Parlophone, Gala Records 5099902655024Russia2011
5099909734227Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial)Parlophone 5099909734227Russia2011
5099909734227Tennant/Lowe The Most Incredible Thing ‎(2xCD, Album)Gold Typhoon, Parlophone5099909734227Taiwan2011


  • Composed ByTennant/Lowe
  • ConcertmasterBartek Bober
  • ConductorDominic Wheeler
  • ContractorJoris Bartsch Buhle
  • CopyistDietrich Zöllner, Jan-Peter Klöpfel
  • Design [Cover Illustration]Farrow
  • Design, Art DirectionFarrow, PSB
  • Edited ByTobias Lehmann
  • Engineer [Protools Engineer]Tom Russbueldt
  • Engineer [Sound Engineer]Tobias Lehmann
  • Liner Notes [Booklet Scenario & Background]Tennant/Lowe
  • Lyrics ByTennant/Lowe
  • ManagementAngela Becker
  • Mixed ByBob Kraushaar
  • Orchestrated BySven Helbig
  • Other [Press] – Murray Chalmers PR
  • PerformerPet Shop Boys, The Wrocław Score Orchestra
  • PianoAndreas Gundlach (tracks: 1.04)
  • ProducerPet Shop Boys, Sven Helbig
  • Programmed ByChris Lowe, Pete Gleadall


Comes in clear jewel case with white sticker on front.

Booklet includes a synopsis of the ballet and background information.

Original paper-cut of the cover illustration by Hans Christian Andersen in the collection of Odense City Museums, Denmark, copyright The Hans Christian Andersen Museum.

Mixed at Acton Marina, London.
Orchestra recorded by Teldexstudio Berlin in the Concert Hall of Polish Radio, Wrocław, Poland.

Published by Cage Music/Sony ATV Music.
℗ 2011. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Pet Shop Boys Partnership Ltd under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd.
© 2011 Pet Shop Boys Partnership Ltd under exclusive licence to EMI Records Ltd.
© 2011 EMI Records Ltd.
Made in the EU.


  • Barcode (Text): 50999 0 97342 2 7
  • Label Code: LC0299
  • Rights Society: SDRM/BIEM



The Most Incredible Thing is the score for the 2011 ballet of the same name, based on the eponymous 1870 fairy tale by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. It contains music written and performed by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe of English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys. The album was released on 14 March 2011 by Parlophone. Tennant and Lowe proposed Andersen's story about a competition in a mythical kingdom where the King announces that whoever invents the most incredible thing will win the hand of the. With a new mainstream PSB album in the works, and projects like this showing that the band's desire to reach beyond the confines of pop shows no signs of abating, it's evident that Tennant and Lowe remain powerful forces for the progression of contemporary composition. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. The seventh sleeve contains an oversized foldout sheet music print, signed by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. The ballets synopsis is printed onto the record sleeves so that each has an accompanying narrative that reads like a storybook. View detailed chart stats and album information. Its not possible to enter the url of a release group. All suggestions will be manually verified. The Most Incredible Thing. Critic Score. User Score. New Album Releases. Bob Dylan. Rough and Rowdy Ways. Neil Young. The Most Incredible Thing is the Pet Shop Boys' first foray into the world of ballet scoring, and its as slick and smart as expected. Composed for Londons Sadlers Wells Theater adaptation of a late-period Hans Christian Andersen story, this must be a welcome souvenir for audience members, but those not in attendance will find the two-disc set a bit much, and with so many story-driven twists and audio cues, its too demanding for background listening. Listen to The Most Incredible Thing by Pet Shop Boys - a new album release date: March 22, 2011 New Releases Now. Tennant and Lowe composed most of Act One in the autumn of 2008 and the rest of the score in 2010. The music is a combination of electronics and orchestra. They approached the young German musician Sven Helbig to create the orchestrations, and at the end of 2010 they were recorded in Poland with the Wrocław Score Orchestra conducted by Dominic Wheeler. The score comes on the heels of the group's Grammy nominated album Yes. Artist Site Released: March 22, 2011 ON Astralwerks. Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant. WMG LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, ASCAP, Kobalt. Depeche Mode - Enjoy the free to TennantLowe The Most Incredible Thing. Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe are better known as Pet Shop Boys. In 2005 they released their soundtrack to the classic Russian movie Battleship Potemkin. This was a low key release, under their own name, not as Pet Shop Boys. In The Most Incredible Thing, a three-act dance work based on a Hans Christian Andersen fairy story, he joins forces with Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, and the result is at once spectacular and chilly. Aided by Metrosexuality designer Katrina Lindsay, Tennant and Lowe have located the story in a Soviet dystopia modelled on Fritz Lang's Metropolis. Their music is dramatically textured, the choreography is deft and referential Balanchine, Jooss, Nijinska and the filmic effects come thick and fast. Somewhere in this high-concept deluge, Andersen's poignant tale is lost