This reissue of ‘Yes’ includes – alongside the remastered original album – Pet Shop Boys’ previously unreleased monitor mix of ‘The loving kind’, a song which became a Top 10 hit for Girls Aloud, as well as previously unreleased demos of songs from the 2010 Young Vic theatre production, My Dad’s A Birdman. PSB mixes of ‘Did you see me coming?’, ‘The former enfant terrible’ and more are also included. The 3CD format is packaged with an extensive booklet in which Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe discuss each song, illustrated with many archive photographs. The entire project is designed by Farrow
The Loving Kind" is a song by British girl group Girls Aloud, taken from their fifth studio album Out of Control (2008). The song was written by Pet Shop Boys, Miranda Cooper, Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania, and produced by Higgins and Xenomania. Described as a "synth pop ballad", "The Loving Kind" was originally written for inclusion on Pet Shop Boys' Yes (2009) before being given to Girls Aloud
2019 Live at the Royal Opera House, 2018. 2017 сингл Monitor Mix. Fundamental: Further Listening 2005 - 2007. Nightlife: Further Listening 1996 - 2000. Release: Further Listening 2001 - 2004. For All of Us. Pet Shop Boys. 2017 сингл 2017 Remastered Version. Say It to Me.
The Loving Kind - Monitor Mix. 3:220:30. 8. Love etc. - PSB Mix. 9. Did You See Me Coming? - PSB Possibly more mix. 10. The Former Enfant Terrible - PSB Bring It On Mix. Pet Shop Boys "Brits" Medley - 2018 Remaster.
1. My Night - Billi Trix and Cast. 2. Something Special - Straught Dave. 3. Closer to Heaven - Shell and Straight Dave. 4. In Denial - Vic and Shell. 5. Call Me Old-Fashioned - Bob saunders. 6. Nine out of Ten - Shell and Straight Dave. PopArt: Pet Shop Boys - the Hits. 41. Go West (Extended Version). 42. Pet Shop Boys in Conversation with Chris Heath. Video, 05 Октябрь 2004, Red Eye Distribution.
Please is the debut album by English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys, released on 24 March 1986 by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom and by EMI America Records in the United States. According to the duo, the album's title was chosen so that people had to go into a record shop and say "Can I have the Pet Shop Boys album, 'Please'?".
The original mix of this 1989 dance track sporadically sampled the "All day, all day" background vocals from PSB's then-recent "Domino Dancing. It was apparently enough to raise some hackles, for the sample was removed from subsequent mixes. I suppose sampling wasn't as generally accepted back then as it is today. Andrew Sparkes has unofficially remixed an assortment of tracks by the Pet Shop Boys and various other artists, but this 2015 recording is actually a full-fledged remake, featuring Sparkes's own vocals (or, if it's not him, at least someone other than Neil). I strongly suspect that it incorporates samples of music taken from the Boys' original recording.