Editors’ Notes With its mix of coolly danceable electronica and socially/politically penetrating hush-hush vocals, The Pet Shop Boys' 1986 debut Please quickly became an international Top 10 album, establishing the London-based duo as a force to be reckoned with. It was the first of numerous successes for Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, who would eventually sell more than 50 million albums, have more than 40 hit singles to their name, and become three-time Brit Award winners and six-time GRAMMY® nominees. In 1999 they became The Guinness Book of Records' most successful duo in U.K. music history.

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ALBUM
West End Girls (2001 Remaster)
4:45
 
It's a Sin (2001 Remaster)
5:00
 
Always On My Mind (2003 Remaster)
3:57
 
Rent (2001 Remaster)
5:08
 
Go West (2003 Remaster)
5:04
 
So Hard (2001 Remastered Version)
3:58
 
Dreamland (feat. Years & Years)
3:28
 
What Have I Done To Deserve This? (with Dusty Springfield) [2001 Remaster]
4:23
 
Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) [2001 Remaster]
3:44
 
Heart (2001 Remaster)
3:58
 
Suburbia (Video Mix) [2003 Remaster]
5:11
 
Domino Dancing (2003 Remaster)
4:18
 
Being Boring (2001 Remastered Version)
6:50
 
You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk
3:13
 
Can You Forgive Her? (2001 Remastered Version)
3:54
 
Left to My Own Devices (7'' Mix) [2001 Remastered Version]
4:47
 
Love Comes Quickly (2001 Remaster)
4:19
 
Where the Streets Have No Name (I Can't Take My Eyes Off You) [2003 Remaster]
4:32
 
I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Anymore
4:24
 
The Pop Kids (The Full Story)
5:11
 
I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing (2001 Remastered Version)
3:04
 
Jealousy (2001 Remastered Version)
4:49
 
Miracles (Radio Edit)
3:55
 
It's Alright (7'' Version) [2001 Remastered Version]
4:20
 

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