(1991) Discography - Complete Singles Collection

Pet Shop Boys

... read moreMost of the Pet Shop Boys' albums are well-crafted and thoroughly intriguing in their own right, but dance-pop is a medium that is driven by hit singles. Discography collects all the duo's numerous hit singles, including a handful of non-album tracks, in their original 7" single mix, which...

01:21′:32″ 18 Songs

1
West End Girls
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4:01
2
Love Comes Quickly
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4:19
3
Opportunities (Let's Make Lots Of Money)
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3:38
4
Suburbia
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4:02
5
It's A Sin
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5:00
6
What Have I Done To Deserve This? (With Dusty Springfield)
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4:20
7
Rent
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3:36
8
Always On My Mind
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3:56
9
Heart
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4:20
10
Domino Dancing
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7:41
11
Left To My Own Devices
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8:17
12
It's Alright
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4:25
13
So Hard
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4:00
14
Being Boring
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4:51
15
Where The Streets Have No Name / I Can't Take My Eyes Off You (Medley)
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2:15
16
Jealousy
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4:15
17
Dj Culture
Pet Shop Boys
4:13
18
Was It Worth It? (7" Version)
Pet Shop Boys
4:23
Released 04 November 1991, 1991 Parlophone Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company

Review

Most of the Pet Shop Boys' albums are well-crafted and thoroughly intriguing in their own right, but dance-pop is a medium that is driven by hit singles. Discography collects all the duo's numerous hit singles, including a handful of non-album tracks, in their original 7" single mix, which occasionally varies from the album version, particularly in the case of the Introspective material. Presented chronologically, the singles not only demonstrate the band's increasing musical sophistication, they illustrate what fine songwriters Tennant and Lowe are. These 18 songs form one of the most consistent and innovative bodies of work of its era. Some of the production techniques have dated slightly, but the music has remained impressive. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine