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The Most Incredible Thing

14 March 2011

Released on March 14th, 2011, a double-CD of the complete three-act ballet score for "The Most Incredible Thing", performed by Pet Shop Boys with the Wrocław Score Orchestra conducted by Dominic Wheeler.



The grind

The challenge

Help me


Physical jerks

The competition

The meeting

The clock 1/2/3

The clock 4/5/6

The clock 7/8/9

The clock 10/11/12

The winner


Back to the grind

The miracle - Ceremony

The miracle - Revolution

The miracle - Resurrection

The miracle - Colour and light

The miracle - The meeting (reprise)

The wedding


Other Albums


15 April 2015
Tres Sesenta Festival

Pet Shop Boys add a third Spanish date to their 2015 tour.

27 March 2015
Way Out West

The Electric 2015 tour will come to Sweden this summer.

27 March 2015
Flow Festival Helsinki

Pet Shop Boys return to Finland to appear at Flow Festival.

23 March 2015
Festival Jardins De Pedralbes

The Electric tour makes a second visit to Spain this year.

16 March 2015
Closer To Heaven returns

A brand new London production opens next month.

On this day

1991: The first (eponymously titled) album by Electronic is released. Two tracks feature one or both Boys: Neil co-wrote and sings on 'Getting Away with It'—which doesn't initially appear on the U.K. version, but does in other countries (it's added to the U.K. version upon later re-release)—and both Neil and Chris co-wrote and perform on 'Patience of a Saint.'

1994: The Boys host a 'Comic Relief' charity special this evening on BBC Radio 1, airing music of their choice. They're joined on the show by a number of popular British comedians.

2002: The Pet Shop Boys perform in Detroit.

2007: They perform at London's Hammersmith Apollo.

2011: Take That's reunion tour, with the Pet Shop Boys as 'special guests,' kicks off with the first of four nights at the Sunderland (U.K.) Stadium of Light. The Boys perform a 40-minute ten-song opening set of highlights from their Pandemonium Tour.

Pet Texts

26 May 2015

We've just spent an interesting afternoon in this former "model socialist city" in Eastern Germany being shown round by our friend and collaborator, Sven Helbig, who grew up there. Well worth a visit! More information at the links below. Neil x