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In July the Pet Shop Boys release Electric, an album with a strong dance emphasis produced by Stuart Price: "It's called Electric because that's what it is - electronic music that we hope is exciting." The album went on to receive widespread critical acclaim. Q Magazine praised the release and said “With Electric, Pet Shop Boys have succeeded spectacularly”.
1992: A Rolling Stone article by Steve Hochman quotes Neil (speaking with regard to Freddie Mercury's AIDS-related death) as regretfully saying that 'a lot of people think that gays deserve to have this disease.'
2009: Yes debuts on Billboard magazine's U.S. album chart at #32—the highest showing for any PSB album since Very back in 1993.
2013: A big day for PSB fans: the Boys' official website announces the tracklist for their upcoming album Electric, reveals its front-cover artwork, announces the dates and venues for the North American leg of the Electric Tour, and debuts the video for 'Axis,' the album's first single. 'Axis' also goes on sale as a digital download at iTunes on this, the last day of April in the U.S. (though when it becomes available it's actually the first day of May in the U.K.)
Pet Shop Boys collaboration with Jean-Michel Jarre is set for a May 6th release.
The Pop Kids arrives on 12-inch white vinyl this May.
The new album is released today.
The last part of the Radio 2 documentary series is broadcast tonight.
The third part of the PSB radio documentary.