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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.

Tracks

Prologue

The grind

The challenge

Help me

Risk

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

Destruction

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

 

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The Electric 2015 tour will come to Sweden this summer.

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Flow Festival Helsinki

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

23 March 2015
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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.

2 March 2015
Roman Summer

PSB will play only their second-ever concert in the Italian capital.

On this day

1996: Neil is suffering from a bad cold but nevertheless decides to record the vocals for 'Electricity.'

2001: The Boys begin writing 'Tomorrow,' which will ultimately become 'Always.'

2004: Neil and Chris are guests on the Jonathan Ross Show on BBC Radio 2.

2007: The Pet Shop Boys, nominated for a 2007 GLAAD Media Award as 'Outstanding Musical Artist,' lose out to the Scissor Sisters.

2012: They attend the press night for the revamped production of their ballet The Most Incredible Thing.

Pet Texts

26 March 2015
Dusty in auction

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!

Facts courtesy of geowayne.com