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Feb 17: Tears For Fears - Live in Amsterdam
Feb 19: Tears For Fears live in Hamburg (DE)
Feb 20: Tears For Fears live in Antwerp (BE)
Feb 21: Tears For Fears live in Paris
Feb 22: Steve Naghavi (And One) live in Erfurt (DE)
Feb 23: Tears For Fears live in Milano (IT)
Feb 23: Steve Naghavi (And One) live in Dresden (DE)
Feb 24: Tears For Fears live in Padova (IT)
Mar 30: NINA at Retro Future Fest in Malmö (Sweden)
Apr 6: Back to the 90s & 00s - Antwerp (BE)
Apr 12: Steve Naghavi (And One) live in Köln (DE)
Apr 13: Steve Naghavi (And One) live in Frankfurt (DE)
Apr 13: NINA, Dana Jean Phoenix and Timecop1983 live in Darmstadt (D
Apr 15-16: Take That live in Sheffield (UK)
Apr 18-20: Take That live in Glasgow (UK)
Apr 19: NINA & Dana Jean Phoenix live in Berlin (DE)
Apr 22-23: Take That live in Manchester (UK)
Apr 25-27: Take That live in Manchester (UK)
Apr 27: Steve Naghavi (And One) live in Berlin (DE)
Apr 29: Take That live in Dublin
May 2-5: Take That live in London (UK)
May 2: Dead Can Dance live in Rennes (FR)
May 4-5: Dead Can Dance live in London (UK)
May 6: Marc Almond live in Nottingham (UK)
May 7-8: Take That live in London (UK)
May 7-8: Dead Can Dance live in Brussels (BE)
May 7: Marc Almond live in Cambridge (UK)
May 8: Marc Almond live in Bath (UK)
May 10-11: Dead Can Dance live in Paris (FR)
May 12-14: Take That live in Birmingham (UK)
May 13-14: Dead Can Dance live in Utrecht (NL)
May 13: Marc Almond live in Gateshead (UK)
May 14: Marc Almond live in Manchester (UK)
May 15: Marc Almond live in Birmingham (UK)
May 16-17: Dead Can Dance live in Berlin (DE)
May 17: Take That live in Birmingham (UK)
May 20-21: Dead Can Dance live in Barcelona
May 23: Take That live in Milton Keynes (UK)
May 23-24: Dead Can Dance live in Lisbon
May 25: Take That live in Southampton (UK)
May 26-27: Dead Can Dance live in Milan (IT)
May 28: Take That live in Bristol (UK)

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Pet Shop Boys this week will make available four brand new songs from their new EP “Agenda”. The first song on the EP, “Give Stupidity A Chance”, can now be listened to on streaming services, download stores and on YouTube and is described by Neil Tennant as “a satirical song about the poor quality of political leadership in the modern world”. Find the song on digital services and YouTube via the links below.

Another song will be made available tomorrow, then one on Thursday and finally the fourth on Friday. The complete EP will be available to purchase via digital services this Friday, February 8.

A CD of “Agenda” is also available to pre-order exclusively with Pet Shop Boys’ once-a-year publication “Annually" which has been announced today and will be published on April 12th. Find out more at the link below. A 12-inch vinyl EP of the four tracks will also be commercially released on April 12th.

Discussing the EP, Neil Tennant said: “It contains three satirical songs and one rather sad song. I think it’s because of the times we’re living through.” The four tracks were produced by Tim Powell and Pet Shop Boys and recorded towards the end of last year. They will not be included on Pet Shop Boys’ next album which is being produced by Stuart Price and is due for release in the autumn.





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Pet Shop Boys today announce the release on DVD, Blu-ray and CD of their show ‘Inner Sanctum’, filmed at London’s Royal Opera House during a sold-out run last summer.

Staged by designer Es Devlin and choreographer / director Lynne Page, the show was filmed by director David Barnard and will be released on 12 April 2019.

The full-length film on DVD and Blu-ray is accompanied by two CDs of the complete audio of the live show plus a bonus feature of Pet Shop Boys live at Rock in Rio, which was filmed on 17 September 2017 at the Brazilian festival.

'Inner Sanctum' is available to pre-order now from the link below.


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10CD box set of the Virgin Years • 1000 only with SIGNED print • Albums • demos • remixes • Also available 5LP vinyl COLOURED vinyl box set

Synthpop legends Heaven 17‘s Virgin Records recordings are brought together in Play To Win: The Virgin Years, a large format 10CD deluxe set which features all five albums issued in the 1980s, along with over 100 bonus tracks, including demos, B-sides, non-album singles and remixes. It will also be released as a 5LP coloured vinyl box set called Play To Win: The Virgin Albums.

The albums in this new deluxe set are Penthouse and Pavement (1981), The Luxury Gap (1983), How Men Are (1984), Pleasure One (1986) and Teddy Bear, Duke & Psycho (1988). Every album has A-sides and B-sides appended and then there’s a whole disc of demos and four further CDs of remixes!

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Paddy McAloon’s 2003 solo album I Trawl The Megahertz is rebranded as a Prefab Sprout album and reissued on CD and – for the first time – on vinyl.

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Music On Vinyl reissue Dead Or Alive‘s fourth album Nude, as a limited edition 30th anniversary coloured vinyl pressing. 

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