West End Girls" is a song by the British pop duo Pet Shop Boys. Written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, the song was released twice as a single. The song’s lyrics are concerned with class and the pressures of inner-city life which were inspired partly by T. S. Eliot's poem The Waste Land. It was generally well received by contemporary music critics and has been frequently cited as a highlight in the duo's career.
Hold Me Now" is a song by British band the Thompson Twins. Written by the band members, the song was produced by Alex Sadkin and the group's lead vocalist Tom Bailey. The song is a mid-tempo new wave song that uses a varied instrumentation, including keyboards, a xylophone, a piano and Latin percussion. It was released in November 1983 as the first single from their fourth studio album, Into the Gap.
That version (see Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls) became a global chart-topping hit in late '85 and early '86. Remixes and reissues of the Bobby Orlando production followed, notably in 1986 and 1992. There's also a double-A-sided pressing of One More Chance, West End Girls. 랙 목록. West End Girls (Extended Mix). Now this CD compilation of the Montreal Mixes created by the original producer of the 1984 Versions, Bobby Orlando, has been added to my collection and the early 90's) that are hard to find on CD format, then this should be part of your collection.
We're the Pet Shop Boys. The East End boys and West End girls. Парни из Ист-Энда и девчонки из Уэст-Энда, In a West End town, a dead end world. В Уэст-Энде, безвыходном мире, The East End boys and West End girls. Парни из Ист-Энда и девчонки из Уэст-Энда, West End girls. Девчонки из Уэст-Энда. Too many shadows, whispering voices.
Who Can It Be Now? - Men At Work (1982) 39. It's My Life - Talk Talk (1982) 40. West End Girls - Pet Shop Boys (1985) 41. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me - Culture Club (1982) 42. Pump It Up - Elvis Costello (1978) 43. Doctor! Doctor! - Thompson Twins (1984) 44. Promises, Promises - Naked Eyes (1983) 45. Spirits In The Material World - The Police (1981) 46.
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