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23 March 2013

First Electric date

First Electric date

Pet Shop Boys played the first date of their new "Electric" tour last night at the Cumbre Tajin festival in Mexico. Although the tour doesn't really get going until May, this show was a preview of much of the music and visuals and included two songs from the forthcoming "Electric" album: "Axis" and "The last to die". This was the full set list: Axis One more chance/Face like that Opportunities Memory of the future Fugitive/Integral (Sample of "The Rite of Spring" by Igor Stravinsky.) I wouldn't normally do this kind of thing Suburbia I'm not scared Invisible The last to die/Somewhere West End girls Domino dancing Love etc It's a sin Always on my mind Go west

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