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An 11-track retrospective CD given away in the UK with the Mail On Sunday newspaper on March 8th, 2009.
West End girls (10" mix)
Paninaro (7" mix)
It's a sin (disco mix)
What have I done to deserve this? (7" mix)
Jealousy (7" mix)
Being boring (7" mix)
Go West (7" mix)
Before (7" mix)
Home and dry (7" mix)
Flamboyant (7" mix)
Did you see me coming?
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.
1985: The original version of 'Opportunities' is released as a single.
2000: The Pet Shop Boys drop out from this year's Roskilde Festival because nine attendees had died the day before during Pearl Jam's set.
2006: In the wake of England's loss to Portugal and elimination from the World Cup competition, BBC Sports airs a montage using the Boys' 'Numb' as background music.
2007: Chris and Neil—or, more accurately, their avatars—perform as part of SecondFest, a three-day music festival taking place in Second Life, an 'online 3D virtual reality world.'
2011: They meet with their manager, Angela Becker, to play her songs they have recently composed and to discuss possible producers for their next album. This same evening, the film of the Tennant-Lowe ballet The Most Incredible Thing has its world television broadcast debut on BBC4.
2013: The Boys perform in Dortmund, Germany.
2014: Neil and Chris are interviewed this evening on the BBC Radio 4 arts program Front Row.
We're in Ljubljana and it's stopped raining! Looking forward to our first concert in Slovenia - tonight at 11.30. Neil x