Pet Shop Boys: Please: Further Listening 1988-1989

Pet Shop Boys SKU: 35605263
Pet Shop Boys: Please: Further Listening 1988-1989

Pet Shop Boys: Please: Further Listening 1988-1989

Pet Shop Boys SKU: 35605263

Format: CD

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Title: Please: Further Listening 1988-1989
Artist: Pet Shop Boys
Label: Rhino / Parlophone
UPC: 190295831745
Genre: Rock

Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition. Includes bonus CD containing additional tracks including b-sides, edits, demos and more. Please was the debut album by Pet Shop Boys and produced by Stephen Hague. Released in March 1986, the record hit #3 and spent 82 weeks in the UK Official Album Charts, went into the Top Ten in the USA where it was certified platinum, and to date has sold over three million copies worldwide. Comprising ten tracks in it's original release, the album's track-listing includes the duo's debut single 'West End Girls' - PSB's first #1, certified Gold single. In 1987, it was awarded Best Single at the BRIT Awards, Best International Hit at th Ivor Novello Awards and later was awarded the Song Of The Decade Ivor Novello Award in 2005, chosen by the British Academy of Composers and Songwriters. It also reached #1 in the USA. Singles 'Love Comes Quickly', 'Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money)' and 'Suburbia' also feature on Please, all of which went on to earn Top 20 status in the UK Singles Chart.

1.1 Two Divided By Zero (2018 Remastered Version)
1.2 West End Girls (2018 Remastered Version)
1.3 Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) [2018 Remastered Version]
1.4 Love Comes Quickly (2018 Remastered Version)
1.5 Suburbia (2018 Remastered Version)
1.6 Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) [Reprise] [2018 Remastered Version]
1.7 Tonight Is Forever (2018 Remastered Version) 03 Violence (2018 Remastered Version)
1.8 I Want a Lover (2018 Remastered Version)
1.9 Later Tonight (2018 Remastered Version)
1.10 Why Don't We Live Together? (2018 Remastered Version)
2.1 A Man Could Get Arrested (12' B-Side) [2018 Remastered Version]
2.2 Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) [Full Length 7' Mix] [2018 Remastered Version]
2.3 In the Night (2018 Remastered Version)
2.4 Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) [12' Mix] [2018 Remastered Version]
2.5 Why Don't We Live Together? (Original New York Mix) [2018 Remastered Version]
2.6 West End Girls (Dance Mix) [2018 Remasteredversion]
2.7 A Man Could Get Arrested (7' B-Side) [2018Remastered Version]
2.8 Love Comes Quickly (Dance Mix) [2018 Remasteredversion]
2.9 That's My Impression (Disco Mix) [2018 Remasteredversion]
2.10 Was That What It Was? (2018 Remastered Version)
2.11 Suburbia (The Full Horror) [2018 Remastered Version]
2.12 Jack the Lad (2018 Remastered Version)
2.13 Paninaro (Italian Remix) [2018 Remastered Version]
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