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1 January 2014
Hogmanay set list

Pet Shop Boys Hogmanay set list in Edinburgh was performed in two halves – on either side of midnight when there was a spectacular firework display above Edinburgh Castle. Neil and Chris were joined on stage by "Electric" dancers, Merry Holden and Tom Herron, and "Pandemonium" dancers, Polly and Sophie Duniam. The full set list was as follows. Part one: Axis/It's a sin Opportunities Rent Love etc. "The Rite of Spring"/I wouldn't normally do this kind of thing Suburbia Se a vida é/Discoteca/Viva la vida Left to my own devices Part two: Go West What have I done to deserve this? New York City boy Thursday Domino dancing Heart Always on my mind Encores: Being boring West End girls Vocal

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Bruce Springsteen plays Pet Shop Boys’ version of his song “The last to die” on his radio show, now on BBC Sounds. Link below.

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