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The long-awaited and much-discussed new Pet Shop Boys album, "Yes", was officially released in the UK on March 23rd. It was already available from iTunes. The double-CD version, "Yes etc.", is only available on CD and stocks are limited, although more copies are already being pressed due to demand from retailers.
"Yes", Pet Shop Boys' tenth studio album, was produced by Brian Higgins/Xenomania and contains 11 new songs, including three songs co-written with Xenomania.
"Yes etc." features a new song, "This used to be the future", produced by Xenomania and featuring guest vocals from Philip Oakey of The Human League as well as six instrumental dub mixes of songs from "Yes".
Both "Yes" and "Yes etc." can be ordered from the link below.
UPDATE: On the iTunes Top Albums chart, "Yes" is currently 4 in the UK, 2 in Germany, 3 in Austria, 2 in Switzerland, 3 in Belgium, 5 in Holland, 1 in Sweden, 2 in Finland, 7 in Norway, 5 in Denmark, 6 in Italy, 5 in Spain and 2 in Greece.
In the UK midweek chart, "Yes" is number 1 today.
"Yes" makes it's debut.
Stockholm and Luxembourg.
"Yes" is a new entry today.
Pet Shop Boys are coming back.
A very special edition of "Yes" on 11 vinyl records can now be ordered.
In Germany and Switzerland.
The new single is released in America.
It's on sale now.
Pet Shop Boys are headlining one night.
It's in the Top 20.
A special offer from iTunes.
Would you like to be in the audience?
You can hear it now.
"Love etc." is out now.
PSB will be signing copies of "Yes" in London next week.
Chris and Neil are DJ-ing on the radio tonight.
On Radio 2.
Hear some tracks here.
There's a lot happening (but not in France).
There's a lot of PSB TV activity coming up in the UK.
Chris and Neil will be making several appearances on UK radio during the next couple of weeks.
The new issue is coming.
Healthy pre-release activity.
A free CD available only today in the UK.
On sale this morning.
Full details of the USA release of "Yes".
PSB confirmed for two festivals.
"Love etc." is number one.
Dusty Springfield 1939-1999.
"PopArt" is still in the Top 20. "Love etc." has entered the airplay Top 20.
This mint seven-inch single of "What have I done to deserve this?" was recently discovered in the PSB archives and given by Neil and Chris to the Stonewall gay rights charity to auction online. It's very rare because it was signed by Neil, Chris and Dusty Springfield backstage at the Brits Awards in 1988. Go to the link if you'd like to place a bid.
UPDATE: The auction is now closed and the single went for £929!