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A collection of promotional videos for British duo Pet Shop Boys featuring all their UK singles 1985 to 1991.

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Stars: Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe, Jack Bond
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Daniela Colic-Prizmic ...
Bride (video 'Heart') (as Nela Colic-Prizmic)
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Pilot (video "Always On My Mind")
Duggie Fields ...
Avarice (video "It's a Sin")
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Naomi Gryn ...
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Eduardo Martinez ...
Boy (video "Domino Dancing")
Sylvia Mason-James ...
Liberty (video "Go West")
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Highly varied and stylised
23 November 2006 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

This is a collection of their videos throughout their career from the 1980's to the present day.

The videos are highly varied in style, ranging from fantasy filled with special effects (Yesterday, When I Was Mad) to down to earth, documentary of every day life (London). Many of the videos are imaginative and visually appealing, especially the videos from the "Very" album and the "Nightlife" album.

It is also interesting to note the transition of Pet Shop Boys in different eras, both image wise and musically. This DVD almost serves as a documentary of Pet Shop Boys' career in a musical way. This disc fun to watch!


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