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19 March 2020

Books published today

Books published today

Two books by Chris Heath from the early 90s which document the rise of PSB and give behind-the-scenes access to their first experiences of touring are reissued today. Pet Shop Boys, Literally and Pet Shop Boys Versus America are now available in hardback, published by William Heinemann. These reissues have been redesigned with new cover artwork by Farrow and include new introductions by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe and new afterwords by Chris Heath. A limited number of signed copies of both books will also be available in selected stores (links below).

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There's a review of "Pet Shop Boys, Literally" and "Pet Shop Boys versus America" in this week's issue of the Times Literary Supplement. Link below.

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