Released - 1986
The Pet Shop Boys asserted their proud self-identification as a dance-oriented group with their second album, which consisted of extended dance mixes of their four hits from Please and two of those singles' b-sides. Titling the album Disco was a bold, almost reckless statement that must have made certain record-company executives wince. After all, it was still 1986, and the extreme backlash that occurred against disco music circa 1980 was a relatively fresh memory.
Note: Most of the following links will take you to the section for the album Please. "In the Night" and "Paninaro" will take you to the section for Alternative. Please keep this in mind for "navigational" purposes.
- In the Night
- Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)
- Love Comes Quickly
- West End Girls
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