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08 March 2009

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?


Other Albums


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On this day

1986: The Pet Shop Boys appear on the U.K. children's morning TV show Saturday Superstore.

1989: Neil and Chris are at CBS Studios in London supervising the recording of 'Tonight Is Forever' with Liza Minnelli and 46 orchestral musicians conducted by Anne Dudley.

1991: The Pet Shop Boys perform in Los Angeles. Much of Chris's family attend this particular concert. After the show, Guns N' Roses lead singer Axl Rose meets them, says that he's a big fan, and asks why they didn't play his favorite song of theirs, 'Being Boring.'

2002: They perform 'Home and Dry' on Top of the Pops.

2004: Chris and Neil appear on the U.K. TV show Richard and Judy. On the same day, 'Flamboyant' is released as a single.

2007: The Boys perform their first-ever concert in New Zealand—in Auckland, to be precise.

2011: With the debut run of their ballet now behind them, Neil and Chris return to Berlin to resume work on new music.

2012: Neil re-records his lead vocal for 'Give It a Go' in Pete Gleadall's London studio.

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!

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