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Pet Shop Boys Deliver Another Glorious, Smart, and Relevant Pop Album with 'Hotspot'

Four decades in the music business is no small feat, and yet the Pet Shop Boys enter the new decade sounding just as current and catchy as the pop landscape they helped construct.

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Pet Shop Boys: Elysium

At this stage, are Pet Shop Boys better at talking about pop music than they are at making it?

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Ego Music: An Interview with the Pet Shop Boys

With their lush new album just hitting ears now, Neil Tennant of synth-pop icons the Pet Shop Boys sits down with PopMatters to talk about performing at the Olympics, what went into their latest disc, and why the world "needed" that Adele album ...

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The Pet Shop Boys - "Invisible" (video)

Gorgeousness abounds as Messrs Tennant and Lowe serve up a sequel to "Being Boring".

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Pet Shop Boys: The Most Incredible Thing

Whenever a Pet Shop Boys album has more than one word in its title, they are combining their music with another medium.

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Pet Shop Boys: Ultimate Pet Shop Boys

Che Guevara and Debussy would both have major problems with this compilation -- and not just because they already shelled out for Pop Art back in 2006.

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Rufus Wainwright: All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu

Much as we don't go to Las Vegas looking for a quaint bed-and-breakfast, we don't go to Rufus Wainwright looking for John Denver. It is drama we seek and drama we get -- emotional spectacle of the highest order.

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Pet Shop Boys: Pandemonium

How did a pair of quiet, awkward Brits become a long-lasting, international pop institution? Watch and listen.

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Pet Shop Boys: 14 September 2009 - Chicago

Two slender figures wearing cubes over their heads, clothed in red and blue frocks, and playing tiny brass instruments walk towards a small piano.

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Pet Shop Boys: Yes

Finally, a superproducer/veteran pairing that yields dividends. Sorry, PETA, Pet Shop Boys aren't going anywhere.

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Pet Shop Boys: Cubism [DVD]

While Stop Making Sense remains the gold-standard of concert films, Cubism will leave you feeling like you've actually been to a Pet Shop Boys concert.

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Pet Shop Boys: Somewhere [DVD]

The real story with Pet Shop Boys and with Somewhere is the music, and on that point the show is flawless.

John Bergstrom
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