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After the mixed fortunes of Pet Shop Boys returned to the studio to start work on their eighth album. After toying with genres including, they went for a stripped back sound as a complete change from the over-the-topc of the musical. In 2002, they released the modestly successful album . Most of the tracks were produced by the duo themselves and many featured on guitar. The first sin featured a very peculiar directed mostly consisting of raw camcorder footage of mice filmed in the . The follow-up single had a video filmed by , and after this they embarked on another world tour, although this time it was a stripped back affair, with no dancers, backing singers, costumes or lavish sets. They used two extra guitarists, and a percussionist (Dawne Adams) and regular (Pete Gledall) and keyboardist Jordan Scott-Michael.

After the mixed fortunes of Pet Shop Boys returned to the studio to start work on their eighth album. After toying with genres including, they went for a stripped back sound as a complete change from the over-the-topc of the musical. In 2002, they released the modestly successful album . Most of the tracks were produced by the duo themselves and many featured on guitar. The first sin featured a very peculiar directed mostly consisting of raw camcorder footage of mice filmed in the . The follow-up single had a video filmed by , and after this they embarked on another world tour, although this time it was a stripped back affair, with no dancers, backing singers, costumes or lavish sets. They used two extra guitarists, and a percussionist (Dawne Adams) and regular (Pete Gledall) and keyboardist Jordan Scott-Michael.

After the mixed fortunes of Pet Shop Boys returned to the studio to start work on their eighth album. After toying with genres including, they went for a stripped back sound as a complete change from the over-the-topc of the musical. In 2002, they released the modestly successful album . Most of the tracks were produced by the duo themselves and many featured on guitar. The first sin featured a very peculiar directed mostly consisting of raw camcorder footage of mice filmed in the . The follow-up single had a video filmed by , and after this they embarked on another world tour, although this time it was a stripped back affair, with no dancers, backing singers, costumes or lavish sets. They used two extra guitarists, and a percussionist (Dawne Adams) and regular (Pete Gledall) and keyboardist Jordan Scott-Michael.

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