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Pet Shop Boys have announced seven UK shows to open their first-ever greatest hits tour – Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live – in May/June 2020. Beginning on Thursday, May 28th at London’s O2, the tour will see PSB perform at arenas across the country, ending at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Saturday June 6th.

Tickets go on general sale at 10:00am (BST) on Friday 13th September
Pre-sale tickets go on sale today, Wednesday 11th September at 10:00am (BST)

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Pet Shop Boys have today also unveiled their brand new single ‘Dreamland’, featuring Years & Years. The single was written by Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant with Olly Alexander who also duets with Neil Tennant on the track. The song was written in London and produced by Stuart Price at Hansa Studios in Berlin and The Record Plant in Los Angeles. The single is the first new music by Pet Shop Boys since their acclaimed ‘Agenda’ EP, released in February 2019, and the first piece of new music to be released from their forthcoming new studio album. That studio album – the third part of a Stuart Price-produced trilogy which started with ‘Electric’ in 2013 and continued with ‘Super’ in 2016 will be released January 24th.

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Formed in 1980 from the ashes of the Two Tone label act The Bodysnatchers, The Belle Stars, a seven-piece, all singing, all playing, all female combo, signed to the legendary Stiff Records label in 1981, enjoying seven UK singles chart entries between 1982 and 1984.

This comprehensive compilation features the band’s eponymous album, all the non-album A- and B- sides, plus three previously unreleased tracks produced by Anne Dudley, and a previously unreleased 61 minute concert recording from 1983. Also included all nine 12” re-mixes, plus two bonus remixes of “Iko Iko” created in 1989 (when the song was featured in the film “Rainman”) on CD for the first time.

The DVD contains the promo videos, and the booklet features extensive reminiscences by the band members, along with photos and ephemera from their own collections.

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Everything But The Girl's million-selling critically-acclaimed eighth studio album Walking Wounded was first released in May 1996. It debuted at #4 on the UK Album Chart and contains four UK Top 40 singles, including the Top 10 hits Walking Wounded and Wrong, and set new a benchmark for the intersection of contemporary electronic music and smart pop songwriting. 

The seeds of the album's approach were clearly planted in the successful mix of folk-soul and electronica on the duo's previous million-seller Amplified Heart, but it was the subsequent wild global success of Todd Terry's remix of Amplified Heart album track Missing, and Tracey Thorn's acclaimed contemporaneous collaboration on Protection, the second album from Bristol experimental collective, Massive Attack, that encouraged them to go further.

The album was acclaimed on its release. "A career peak ... raw, pure and absolutely gorgeous," said Rolling Stone"The new incarnation of EBTG is the best yet. It's just going to take a while for people to catch up," said NME.

The new vinyl edition has been mastered by long-time Everything But The Girl mastering engineer, Miles Showell, now at Abbey Road Studios, who is one of only a handful of engineers specialising in half-speed mastering that uses new techniques to more faithfully reproduce the sound of original master tapes.

The original 1996 release of Walking Wounded saw Todd Terry's remix of Wrong and Omni Trio's remix of Walking Wounded added as bonus tracks, and an expanded deluxe double CD version including a heft of bonus material came out in 2015, but this new vinyl edition is faithful to the original nine-track album sessions and does not include additional tracks.

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Slavo + Justin here. Just wanted to let y'all know that our new single just came out today. It's one of our favorites from the upcoming album (yes there's another album coming). We can't thank you all enough for listening to every one of our songs. If it wasn't for you supporting us we wouldn't be able to do this full time. We're still independent artists right now making music about love in the corner of NYC. Every time you show a friend a song of ours you're bringing us closer to the top.

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Painting by Dutch artist Bastiaan Mol called 'The Heel' with Marc Almond and Eartha Kitt

The Heel is a song by Eartha Kitt from 1955. It was a cover of the French song 'L'Homme' by Leo Ferré. Marc Almond covered The Heel in 1986 for his mini album 'A Woman's Story'.

This painting will appear in a book for the Murder Ballad project called 'Eggs & Marrowbone' to support the new CD by Dutch band The Bullfight.

The Murder Ballad is a multi media project in which artists contributed work which is related to or inspired by "Murder Ballads". Painters, poets, photographers, writers, cartoonists and many more were invited to contribute their art. The contributions are bundled in an art book that will be available for sale at the end of 2019.

The Bullfight provides the music for the project in the form of an all new album: Eggs & Marrowbone. The book and album will be promoted through a small clubtour in The Netherlands in November / December. 

Order a physical copy!
CD + Murder Ballad Art Book: €25.00
Vinyl + Murder Ballad Art Book: €30.00
Items can be ordered by sending an email to: info@thebullfight.nl

More info: http://thebullfight.nl / http://themurderballad.com/

More work by Bastiaan Molhttps://www.bastiaanmol-art.com/

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