Please 30th anniversary – put your questions to Stephen Hague

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According to Neil, there are lots of opportunities, but exactly how many are there?
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"What Have I Done To Deserve This" was reported as intended for "Please". Was Dusty Springfield always the first choice? Was finding Dusty the reason that the song got held back to the second album? Were any other singers considered and if so, which ones?

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Which psb album that you haven't produced do you wish you could have produced ?

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Hi there & a great idea to ask Stephen some questions about PSB etc. Most of what I would've asked have already but mentioned, but I've always wanted to know more about "Disappointed" by Electronic, as I love this song & it's hardly ever mentioned on any PSB or New Order documentaries/interviews, so I would like to know more about his involvement with it, as he did the 'Single Mix' & would like to know anything he has to say about it etc.

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She said that, in an interview for a french magasine, rock'n folk, about the please album. I don't remember which one.

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le petit corbusier wrote:
jules wrote:Did chrissie hynde ever told you that she wasn't keen on the work you made with pet shop boys ?
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She said that, in an interview for a french magasine, rock'n folk, about the please album. I don't remember which one.

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#37 Post by le petit corbusier »

jules wrote:
le petit corbusier wrote:
jules wrote:Did chrissie hynde ever told you that she wasn't keen on the work you made with pet shop boys ?
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She said that, in an interview for a french magasine, rock'n folk, about the please album. I don't remember which one.
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