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Final batch of ‘Catalogue’ reissues out now
30 August 2018

The final set of albums in Pet Shop Boys’ definitive ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ series of reissues is released today. This fourth batch features remastered and repackaged editions of the albums ‘Behaviour’ from 1990, ‘Very’ from 1993 and ‘Bilingual’ from 1996. Each album is accompanied by a ‘Further listening’ album of master quality bonus tracks – including demos, extended mixes and remixes of tracks from the albums and others created in the same period as each record. Available in 2CD and download. The CD format includes an extensive booklet, designed by Farrow, which features interviews, archive photographs and sleeve notes.

The remastered original albums are also available on 180g heavyweight vinyl.

The ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ reissue series began last year with the release of ‘Nightlife’, ‘Release’ and ‘Fundamental’ which all entered the Top 40 album charts, followed by re-issues of ‘Yes’ and ‘Elysium’, and later ‘Please’, ‘Actually’ and ‘Introspective’.

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21 August 2018
Pet Shop Boys will bring the Super Tour to Hungary for the first time on Friday with a headlining show at SZIN Festival in Szeged. This will also be the final show of their summer tour.

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Last summer show
2 August 2018
Pet Shop Boys play two concerts this week in Finland. Tonight they are at Helsinki Ice Hall with support from Finnish DJ/Producer Darude and a DJ set from Sister Bliss of Faithless. (The British duo Hurts have cancelled their appearance.) And on Saturday evening PSB are headlining Wasa Open Air in the Elisa Stadion, Vaasa.

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26 July 2018
'One Hundred Lyrics and a Poem' by Neil Tennant will be published by Faber & Faber on November 1st. The book is Neil’s choice of one hundred of his song lyrics plus a short poem and also has an introduction written by Neil detailing his personal history as a songwriter and his creative processes.

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Neil Tennant announces new book


New release

‘Please’ was the debut album by Pet Shop Boys and was produced by Stephen Hague.

Please/Further listening: 1984-1986 (2018 remaster)

On This Day


The Boys work on the tracks 'E-mail' and 'Time on My Hands.'


Chris and Neil decide to shorten 'The Samurai in Autumn': 'We edited it right down.'


They perform at the SWR 3 New Pop Festival in Rastatt, Germany. Their set includes the world premiere of 'Miracles.' On the same day, a large panoramic portrait of celebrity regulars at London's fashionable restaurant The Ivy, painted by Rolling Stones guitarist (and accomplished portraitist) Ron Wood, goes on display at the Royal Academy of Art. Among the many celebrities depicted in the painting are Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Elton John, and Neil Tennant.


The Pandemonium Tour comes to Seattle.


They work on 'The Way Through the Woods' and 'Thick as Thieves.'


Kicking off the final leg of their lengthy Electric Tour, the Pet Shop Boys appear in concert at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Dumplings! Dumplings!
Lovely dumplings!
Mix them
whack them
roll them out
and smack them!
Bounce them
boil them
Bashing them
won't spoil them
Flour and suet
fry it up
or stew it
Oh, lovely dumplings!

Dumplings! Dumplings!
Dear old dumplings!
So nutritious

Se a vida é (That’s the way life is)

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Advance copy
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18 September 2018

Just received an advance copy of my book! Neil x

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6 September 2018

Enjoying the end of summer. Hope you are too! Neil x

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4 September 2018

Writing the next PSB album will continue this month when Chris and Neil return from holidays. They have been writing throughout the year and so far have 21 new songs

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31 August 2018

The Catalogue reissue series is now complete!



Just received an advance copy of my book! Neil x #PetText


Inner Sanctum: Royal Opera House