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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”.
1997: Chris and Neil, along with various other entertainers, visit Number 10 Downing Street to 'have drinks with' the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
1999: The Boys perform 'I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any More.' on Top of the Pops.
2001: They work on the song 'E-mail.'
The Tennant/Lowe/Hodges tribute to Turing is premiered.
The world premiere at the BBC Proms in London takes place tonight.
PSB announce a new tour date in Taiwan.
Pet Shop Boys announce their first ever concert in Malaysia with an Electric show in September.
Another Electric concert is added in Gateshead this September.