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Pet Shop Boys: Montage - The Nightlife Tour (2001)

British pop duo Pet Shop Boys recorded live at various venus on their 1999/2000 world tour. Concert footage is presented simultaneously over layers of backdrop projections and ... See full summary »
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British pop duo Pet Shop Boys recorded live at various venus on their 1999/2000 world tour. Concert footage is presented simultaneously over layers of backdrop projections and computer-generated graphics, giving more than just the usual live recording. Featuring 22 Pet Shop Boys hits, including 'West End girls', 'It's a sin', and 'Go West', spanning their whole career. Written by cbc007

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A Bit Disappointing
5 May 2013 | by (Glendale, Arizona) – See all my reviews

I'm a huge fan of Pet Shop Boys and while at a local record store my brother and I came across this DVD. Oddly, a "Parental Advisory" label was on (which made us very curious as to why it would receive that). It turns out there was absolutely nothing that would warrant a "Parental Advisory" label (besides the very brief and gross scene of a man's naked buttocks).

As for the concert itself it was a bit boring and the background singers kept screwing up most of the songs (to me at least). I love their music, but these two don't really do much but stand and kind of dance ( I expect the keyboardist not to dance, but the singer seemed as if he was bored and not really into it).

A lot of the projected images were a bit annoying too. Most seemed to be on a loop and repeated itself way too many times. The sailor guys who wore extremely short shorts and dancing every time the chorus was sung on "New York City Boy" just made me want to puke.

Some parts of the concert were okay, but I was more bored than anything else.


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