Pet Shop Boys are an English electronic dance music duo, consisting of Neil Tennant, who provides main vocals, keyboards and occasional guitar, and Chris Lowe on keyboards.
One of the world's best-selling music artists, Pet Shop Boys have sold 50 million records worldwide, and are listed as the most successful duo in UK music history by The Guinness Book of Records. Three-time Brit Award winners and six-time Grammy nominees, since 1986 they have achieved 42 Top 30 singles and 22 Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart, including four number ones: "West End Girls", "It's a Sin", "Always on My Mind" and "Heart".
At the 2009 BRIT Awards, Pet Shop Boys received an award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. The band's eleventh studio album, titled Elysium (continuing their tradition of single word titles), was released in September 2012, the first single of which, titled "Winner", was released on 2 July 2012.
... Love etc." (Album Version) – 332 "Love etc." (Pet Shop Boys Mix) – 617 "Love etc." (Gui Boratto Mix) – 803 "Love etc." (Kurd Maverick Mix) – 555 "Lo ...
... Pet Shop Boys Radio Mix - 409 Danny Tenaglia Walked Across the Lake Mix - 1240 Pet Shop Boys Electro Mix - 637 Felix da Housecat's Tribute Mix - 529 Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance Mix - 758 Rui ...
... "Love etc." is a song by English electronic duo Pet Shop Boys from their tenth studio album, Yes (2009) ... The song was co-written by Pet Shop Boys with hit production team Xenomania, who also produced the track ... Pet Shop Boys describe "Love etc." as "a post-lifestyle anthem which sounds like nothing we've done before." The single became the duo's ninth number-one hit on Hot Dance Club Songs chart the pair thus ...
... Love Life" Single by Pet Shop Boys B-side "A Powerful Friend" Released 17 April 2010 Format Limited-edition 7" vinyl Recorded 2001 Genre Eurodance, pop Length 0350 ...
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