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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”.
1984: The first-ever live public performance by the Pet Shop Boys takes place in Ostende, Belgium.
1989: Suddenly inspired by an offhand comment made by their friend Janet Street-Porter, Chris and Neil decide on the title Results for the album they've just produced for Liza Minnelli.
1997: The Boys perform at London's Gay Pride Festival.
2002: The Release tour comes to Paris.
2009: In anticipation of their performance the following Sunday at the 'T in the Park' festival at Balado Airfield, a particularly delightful, light-hearted interview with the Boys by journalist Aiden Smith appears in the Scotland on Sunday newspaper. Neil and Chris subsequently take issue with a couple of apparent misquotes, but they're still pleased enough to link to it on their official website.
2011: After having recording equipment set up in Neil's London house, they work on 'Give It a Go,' with Neil supplying new vocals.
2013: The Pet Shop Boys perform in Tallinn, Estonia. (Earlier in the day, Chris had gotten a haircut at the city's popular 'FashionHair' salon.)
The never-ending tour is ending.
Italy and Slovenia.
The Electric tour sparks back into action.
Pet Shop Boys add a third Spanish date to their 2015 tour.
The Electric 2015 tour will come to Sweden this summer.