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Pet Shop Boys
Agenda

The boys are back in town! Agenda is a brand new Pet Shop Boys EP of four tracks, arriving with a typically crystal clear sonic (and visual) aesthetic. First track ‘Give Stupidity A Chance’ is a political song that is positively dripping with irony, which Neil Tennant naturally delivers with aplomb. Agenda is on x2.
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Pet Shop Boys featuring Years & Years
Dreamland

As the lead single from an upcoming album, electro-pop royalty Pet Shop Boys team up with Years and Years on 'Dreamland'. It's no real departure from the shimmering, tried and tested 80's synthy formula - which contrasts the track's grimey and grungy subway-themed video. Quintessential for synth-wave addicts of all ages.
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Pet Shop Boys
Very

The fifth LP from the Pet Shop Boys gets the reissue treatment through Parlophone. Very is way more vivacious than 1990’s autumnal Behaviour. A dance-pop album full of brash beats and soaring choruses, these songs show off the duo at their garish best. It ends with their cover of ‘Go West’, which this particular blurb writer absolutely loves but understands if you don’t feel the same way. As part of the re-release package the album has been remastered and the CD release comes with an extra set of B-sides, rarities and remixes.

Pet Shop Boys
Behaviour

Yes, yes, we know the Pet Shop Boys have been a bit crap for a while now. But when they were good, they were really bloody good. Their fourth LP Behaviour, first released in 1990, is the one that would probably win if you took a straw-poll among hardcore PSB fans as to which was the duo’s best full-length. It’s a gorgeous, wistful sigh of a record. Any album that starts with ‘Being Boring’ is going to be up to something, right? Now remastered and reissued - the CD comes with a second disc of bonus beats.

Pet Shop Boys
Bilingual

While the ‘90s may have seen a slight tail-off in affection for the Pet Shop Boys after they conquered all during the Thatcher years, the decade also had the duo quietly turn in some of their best LPs. Bilingual, their sixth record of original material, is one of these unsung classics. The album maintains a quintessential PSB flavour while also incorporating influences from Spanish and Latin American musics. As with the concurrent reissues of Behaviour and Very, the CD version comes with a bonus disc of rarities.

Pet Shop Boys
Actually

Actually was the second album by ‘80s synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys, and like it’s predecessor, Please, it’s crammed with hits. It’s A Sin, Rent, Heart and What Have I Done To Deserve This? all feature. The latter featured vocals from Dusty Springfield and began a reawakening of her career. Reissued on 180g vinyl and a 2-CD version which contains a bonus disc with remixes and demos.

Pet Shop Boys
Introspective

1988’s Introspective saw Pet Shop Boys approach the album format a little differently - certainly for a pop album. Each of its six tracks were epic in length, and the ones chosen for singles had to be edited down somewhat. Their new sound was overseen by Trevor Horn, the first time he’d produced the duo. It didn’t seem to stymie their success at all, however, as it contains their cover of Always On My Mind, a monster hit and Christmas number one in 1987, no less. Remastered 180g vinyl and 2-CD, the latter containing a bonus disc of demos and alternative mixes.

Pet Shop Boys
Please

Pet Shop Boys made a big noise on the club scene with their debut single West End Girls, however, it was the re-recorded version that got them noticed by the record buying public. The number one hit, with lyrics inspired by hip-hop and TS Eliot, set them apart from other acts and cemented the duo as chart stars throughout the ‘80 and ‘90s. West End Girls is only one of a number of smash hits on their debut album, Please, from 1986. Here it is remastered on 180g vinyl or 2-CD, the latter containing a bonus disc of remixes and b-sides.

Pet Shop Boys
Yes (Remastered Edition)

The masterful Pet Shop Boys continue their Catalogue: 1985-2012 series of album reissues with Yes from 2009. As well as remastered audio, this release (in CD edition) comes with two whole bonus discs of alternate mixes, demos, unreleased material, and even a special medley for the Brits! What a wealth of pop material! LP and 3CD reissues on Parlophone.

Pet Shop Boys
Elysium (Remastered Edition)

Pop heroes Pet Shop Boys continue their Catalogue: 1985-2012 series of album reissues with Elysium from 2012, which was produced with Kanye West producer Andrew Dawson.. These LP and CD reissue packages come with a lusciously produced suite of extensive liner notes and archive photos, as well as remastered audio. The CD edition also features an extra disc of juicy rarities from the period. On Parlophone.

Pet Shop Boys
Inner Sanctum

Pet Shop Boys! As ever, the mighty pop duo have a hot single on their hands in the form of Inner Sanctum, taken from their recent Super album. This 12” release boosts the single with 2 demo versions and, more remarkably, a remix from the one and only Carl Craig! Craig straps the (already pretty dance-friendly) PSB pop into a full-on techno suit, with floor-filling results. 12” single on x2.
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Pet Shop Boys
Fundamental

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with an extra disc of Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, many of which have never been released! Fundamental, the group’s 2006 ninth album, even comes with some ringtones (it was 2006 after all). On Parlophone.

Pet Shop Boys
Release

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with some Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, some of which have never been released! Release, from 2002, actually comes with two whole bonus discs, including Elton John collaborations and Peel Sessions. On Parlophone.

Pet Shop Boys
Nightlife

Good lord, a comprehensive series of Pet Shop Boys reissues! The pop heroes are giving every album a remastered reissue, pairing each record’s CD edition with an extra disc of Further Listening: demos, alternate remixes and other rarities from the period, some of which have never been released! Nightlife, the group’s 1999 seventh album, actually comes with two whole bonus discs, totalling twenty-three juicy extra tracks. On Parlophone.

Pet Shop Boys
Undertow

Pet Shop Boys singles always get the proper old-school pop 12” treatment, and Undertow, the latest from their recent Super record, is no exception! The track itself gets remixed twice by Tuff City Kids, while Baba Stiltz gets to work on ‘Burn’. Plus a new version of Pet Shop classic ‘Left To My Own Devices’! 12” single on x2.

Pet Shop Boys
Say It To Me

The Pet Shop Boys have always been well-remixed, and Say It To Me, the latest release from their current Super album, is no exception. Real Lies, Tom Demac, Stuart Price and Offer Nissim all work their magic across both CD and 12” releases: CD purchasers get the extra treat of a Carl Craig reworking of ‘Inner Sanctum’! Pure pop power on x2.
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Pet Shop Boys
The Pop Kids

First material from the forthcoming brand new Pet Shop Boys album Super: oh my! The Pop Kids is a classic slice of premium dancefloor synth-pop from the kings of the sound, and is backed by 2 extra tracks and 2 of Pet Shop Boys’ own remixes, a dubby one and a narratively-extended one. CD single on x2.
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Pet Shop Boys
Twenty-something

British pop stalwarts the Pet Shop Boys drop the latest single from their latest album, the sleek Twenty-something. It can’t be denied that Neil and Chris know how to make catchy pop songs, and this will be firmly in your head by the third listen. The main track is backed up by 2 previously unreleased songs, as well as a remix by Los Evo Jedis in a reggaeton style. CD single on x2.
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Pet Shop Boys
Super

The consistently great Pet Shop Boys do what they do best; sad-eyed synth-pop with catchy hooks and potent melodies. Super is the duo’s first album since 2013’s Electric and is released on vinyl LP and CD on their own label. This record has a modern dance-pop sound, but the pair still have an ear for timeless songcraft and arrangements.
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Pet Shop Boys
Thursday

Pet Shop Boys explain the weekly cycle in this clinical and informative song about Thursday and the days around it. Thursday comes from the resurgent Electric and features Example because ultimately, we're all going to die, so why not collaborate with anyone and everyone? Sick.
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Pet Shop Boys
Vocal Remixes

Pet Shop Boys are a staple of the dance floor and here they have gone to great lengths to show you just why. With the original album version of "Vocal" from the Electric album come eight remixes to really get you going when you’re wanting to get down and boogie. Limited edition CD in gatefold wallet with inner wallet.
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Pet Shop Boys
Yes


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  • Pet Shop Boys
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  • EMI