With especially pertinent timing, ‘Hotspot’ found Pet Shop boys dialling down the hedonism as the world was plunged into a unique crisis.
Their most introspective album to date, ‘Behaviour’ was an often exhilarating example of Pet Shop Boys flexing their musical agility.
Magnificently bridging the gap between dance and pop music, ‘Introspective’ found Pet Shop Boys doing ‘as we liked’.
Pet Shop Boys’ most successful album, ‘Very’ was released against the backdrop of a health crisis that was decimating the LGBTQ+ community.
Determined to shape things their own way, Pet Shop Boys’ sophomore album, ‘Actually’, was an even bigger success than their first.
With ‘Bilingual’, Pet Shop Boys took their time and looked further afield for the most diverse album of their career to date.
Pet Shop Boys’ iconic cover of Go West rescued the song from the pop footnotes. ‘I think it’s our greatest achievement,’ said Chris Lowe.
With their maverick musicality and arresting visuals, Pet Shop Boys established themselves as a genius singles act – and much more besides.
The song most associated with Pet Shop Boys, It’s A Sin has become an anthem for a new age all over again.
Described by Neil Tennant as “the most extreme example of us going from one extreme to another”, ‘Fundamental’ was impossible to pigeonhole.
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