At the turn of the 90's Messrs Tennant and Lowe released arguably their finest 'proper' album in the shape of 'Behaviour'. What makes this album so different from their previous work is that the singles were of the usual high standard but they were supported by equally strong album tracks. Take, for example, 'My October Symphony' which is grandiose without being oppressive and the adult concerns on both 'Jealousy' and 'This Must Be The Place I Waited Years To Leave'; both lyrically and musically these were sure signs of their growing maturity and any possible associations with the Village People seemed a world away at this moment. The single and opening track 'Being Boring' is one of those restrained, self-effacing masterpieces which ranks alongside their best 'subtle' hits such as 'Rent' and 'Love Comes Quickly'. The perfect soundtrack to those who liked their electro-pop a little more understated than, say, Erasure.