The idea of opening the vault of all the songs composed by the Pet Shop Boys and still awaiting release on vinyl, CD or whatever was launched by David Walliams, one ot the actors of Little Britain, in a interview with Neil Tennand and Chris Lowe.
That huge vault is yet to be opened, but the Pet Shop Boys have been releasing some forgotten songs. Trendenz recommends “Alternative”, released in 1995 with rare songs recorded by the PSB until the mid-nineties and “Format”, released in 2012 and containing b-sides and bonus tracks from 1996 to 2009 and featuring “Confidential” one of the 38 songs contained in that 2 CD box.
He is one of the best voices of the so called brit pop movement which invaded the planet in the 90’s. As the frontman from the Suede his voice sang some of the best songs ever. “Still Life”, “Saturday Night”, “The Beautiful Ones” or “Trash” still echoe in our minds. He then launched a solo career and on the 26 of September “Black Rainbows” will be out in the shops. Here’s a great theme from that album. We just love it.