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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.

The tour took them first to several universities around the UK; these dates saw them perform an Subsequent dates took them to Germany, the U.S., Canada, Spain, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, then another series of dates in the UK again, Switzerland and onto Japan, , Hong Kong and then a first-ever date in as the final show, at the large, in front of 9,000 fans. A third single, "London", was only released in Germany, at the request of It was never planned for release in the UK, although a promotional video was shot by the distinguished photographer and it was serviced to some UK radio stations. Following a live stint on the show on , Pet Shop Boys released in February 2003. The album followed their previous Disco albums, but this one also included new songs as well as remixes.

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