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'Yes' and 'Elysium' catalogue reissues are out now
20 October 2017

The second pair of ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ reissues are out now.
'Yes/Further listening: 2008-2010' and 'Elysium/Further listening: 2011-2012' feature the remastered original Parlophone albums alongside bonus tracks, demos and Pet Shop Boys’ remixes from same time period as each album.
Each ‘Further listening’ release is available in digital and 2CD/3CD formats.

The remastered original single albums, ‘Yes’ and ‘Elysium’, have also been reissued on 180gm heavyweight vinyl and are available on streaming services from today.

17 October 2017
Pet Shop Boys are going to answer your questions about the ‘Catalogue 1985-2012’ reissues. Submit your question on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by October 20th. Follow the links below to leave your question in the comments section.

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Pet Shop Boys to answer fans' ‘Catalogue 1985-2012’ questions
6 October 2017
Pet Shop Boys will be headlining the Breakfest festival in Medellín, Colombia, tonight at 12.30. This will be the final Super Tour date of 2017. We would like to thank everyone who has come along to the tour this year and look forward to seeing you for more shows in 2018.

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Last 2017 tour date
4 October 2017
It’s Chris’s birthday today and fans have already sung “Happy Birthday” to him at last night’s arena concert in Mexico City. If you’d like to wish him a happy birthday, a fan has kindly set up a wall where you can leave a message. Link below.

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Happy Birthday, Chris!


New release

As well as the remastered album with original track-listing, the ‘Further listening’ album of additional material features previously unreleased demos entitled ‘Vocal’, ‘She pops’ and ‘In slow motion’, as well as PSB mixes and remixes of ‘Leaving’ and ‘Memory of the future’.

Elysium/Further listening: 2011-2012

On This Day


Chris and Neil are winding up a three-week stint in South London and Clacton filming It Couldn't Happen Here.


The Pet Shop Boys perform in Mexico City for a second night.


Continuing their post-touring vacation, Neil and Chris enjoy an evening as spectators at a Mexican wrestling match at the Monterrey Coliseo.


The Boys perform in Thessaloniki, Greece.


Neil and Chris are interviewed on Matthew Rudd's Q Radio show, during which records by other artists selected by them are also played. The most delightful surprise to this writer? - Bob Lind's big 1966 folk-pop hit 'Elusive Butterfly.'


London department store Fortnum & Mason unveils their 2011 Christmas window decorations. The store's creative director, Paul Symes, tells an interviewer that this year's display is inspired by the Pet Shop Boys' music video for 'What Have I Done to Deserve This?' He points out, 'We’ve been very careful to stay on the glamorous side and not stray into anything seedy.'


The Boys are in Punta Del Este, Uruguay in preparation for their concert there the following evening.


As noted a few days later on their official Facebook page, Chris and Neil pay a backstage 'surprise visit' this evening 'before the final curtain call' to the cast of the revival of their musical Closer to Heaven at London's Union Theatre.

Lawrence in the desert
How was he to know?
Under so much pressure
from the men back home
Play with fire you must be mad
Are you only Jack the lad?
Play with guns you must be bad
or hiding something, Jack

Telling lies in public
Breaking codes at home
Underneath the blankets

Did you see me coming?

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Mining Art Gallery
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15 November 2017

Just visited the excellent new Mining Art Gallery in Bishop Auckland, Durham, which shows the artwork of coalminers who vividly depicted their hard and often dangerous lives

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Richard Blade
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1 November 2017
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12 October 2017

Hi everyone. Thank you so much for all your very kind birthday wishes. And the 12,000 of you singing Happy Birthday in Mexico City was incredibly moving

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Breakfest, Medellín
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7 October 2017

What a great end to the 2017 Super Tour. Gracias, Medellín! Photo: Instagram/alefunky76

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This archive image of Neil, photographed by Pelle Crepin, appeared in the 'Yes' CD booklet. Buy 'Yes/Further listening: 2008-2010' today via the link in bio. #PSBcatalogue