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Pet Shop Boys: Pop Art - The Videos (2003)

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Daniela Colic-Prizmic ...
Bride (video 'Heart') (as Nela Colic-Prizmic)
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Pilot (video "Always On My Mind")
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Avarice (video "It's a Sin")
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Himself
Naomi Gryn ...
Chris Hughes ...
Eduardo Martinez ...
Boy (video "Domino Dancing")
Sylvia Mason-James ...
Liberty (video "Go West")
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29 April 2004 | by (Cape Town) – See all my reviews

One of my absolute favourite bands, so obviously I like their videos as well, being everything from camp, to humourous, weird and cool.

The definitely topped during the late 80s with tracks such as "It's A Sin", "Always On My Mind", "Heart" and "Rent" and have never been able to reach those heights ever since (perhaps with the exception of "Go West").

The DVD-menu/options are as expected - and the commentary part is hilarious, and it also seems as if Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant are enjoying themselves.

For me this is a 10/10, but I guess you have to like them from the start.


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