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A documentary and performance at the Savoy Theatre, June 1997, featuring Pet Shop Boys originals and covers of songs by David Bowie, the Village People and Leonard Bernstein. Songs: Yesterday When I Was Mad, Truck Driver and His Mate, Se a Vida e, Hallo Spaceboy, To Step Aside, Go West, The Theatre, It's a Sin/I Will Survive, Discoteca, Can You Forgive Her?, Somewhere, Rent, Being Boring, Left to My Own Devices.
I've seen Neil and Chris perform a number of times, but this for me, was the pinnacle of their live shows. Why? Read morePublished 20 months ago by Londonnoise
I purchased "Somewhere" to add to my collection and to support market awareness for the Boys in the U.S. I'm glad I did; it was worth it. Read morePublished on January 18, 2008 by Randy Prevost
I love the Pet shop boys and liked the concert. Faults-it was too short and also does not have some of their biggest hits. Read morePublished on September 10, 2007 by Steve J.
I have to admit I really love the Pet Shop Boys, I think their music is great and stuff; however, this concert would have been much easier to enjoy if the sound and picture quality... Read morePublished on November 1, 2005 by Nicolas Velasco
1. Yesterday When I Was Mad
2. Truck Driver and His Mate
3. Se a Vida e
4. Hallo Spaceboy
5. Read more
i have no idea what "dol" is supposed to mean, but could this actually be "performance"?
"performance" was brilliant, released on vhs and discontinued years ago, finally... Read more
I 'm a huge PSB fan and was very disappointed by the concert footage, The concert itself was not worth filming. Read morePublished on August 7, 2004 by Unquiet American
Have most of there albums, but have never seen a concert live or on video. Untill now. It was great. Not as energetic as I though, but never-the-less Fabulous.Published on April 6, 2004 by Ben Gutierrez