Love Comes Quickly - Pet Shop Boys - Please (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. After having released their first version of "West End Girls", the band broke up with Bobby O, Neil went on to take singing lessons to give his voice (and his remarkable, very original tone) new depth and the "reborn" band released a new version of "West End Girls" in October , their single "Love comes quickly" in February , both being /5().
  2. Aug 07,  · PET SHOP BOYS Please ( UK track vinyl LP, the debut album from the electro-pop duo, including Love Comes Quickly, West End Girls & Opportunities. The picture sleeve comes with the illustrated inner, both of which show a little light age discolouration however the vinyl remains in excellent condition with just a few light scuffs PCS).
  3. Digitally remastered edition. Please was the debut album by Pet Shop Boys and produced by Stephen Hague. Released in March , the record hit #3 and spent 82 weeks in the UK Official Album Charts, went into the Top Ten in the USA where it was certified platinum, and to date has sold over three million copies worldwide.5/5(1).
  4. Excellent collection of eighteen great singles from Pet Shop Boys. Takes me back to the 80s and 90s in a terrific way. Like any hits type of album, there will be some great ones missing if you're a super fan of Pet Shop Boys. For me, this is perfect as I'm more of a casual listener. Top notch!/5().
  5. PET SHOP BOYS - Please / Parlophone‎ / Vinyl, LP, Album / Europe / Synth-pop / Deska 2 / Obal
  6. 'Love Comes Quickly' was the second single from Please and was released prior to the album. It was coupled with the b-side ' That's My Impression '. Remixes for the single were done by Shep Pettibone. Releases and Versions Edit.
  7. Please, an Album by Pet Shop Boys. Released in on Pathé (catalog no. 24 1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Synthpop, Dance-Pop.
  8. A collection of immaculately crafted and seamlessly produced synthesized dance-pop, the Pet Shop Boys ' debut album, Please, sketches out the basic elements of the duo's sound. At first listen, most of the songs come off as mere excuses for the dancefloor, driven by cold, melodic keyboard riffs and pulsing drum machines.

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