PET SHOP BOYS in RIO and SÃO PAULO!!! UP March 23!!!

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#46 Post by naguiar »

No changes. Only the extra encore with Being Boring.

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#47 Post by DJAMIX »

TheGardner wrote:any changes of the setlist between day one and two in Sao Paulo???
I only went to day 1.
I`ve heard they played being boring instead of It´s a sin on day 2, but I don´t know for sure.
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#48 Post by naguiar »

No, on day 2 they played It's A Sin, Go West for the 1st encore and came back once more for Being Boring. Neil was obviously touched by the audience reaction. And they did a version very similar in key to the oficially recorded version. BEAUTIFUL!
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#49 Post by TheGardner »

what with West End girls??? Was it before the first encore???
Or in other words - is that right:

God Willing (Opening)
We're The Pet Shop Boys
Left to my own devices
Suburbia
I’m With Stupid
Can you forgive her?
Minimal
Shopping
Rent
Heart
Opportunities (Let’s make lots of money)
Integral
Paninaro
Se a vida é (That’s the way life is)
Domino Dancing
Dreaming of the Queen
Flamboyant
Home and Dry (Acoustic)
Numb
Always on my mind
Where the streets have no name/I can’t take my eyes off you
So Hard (Morales Remix w/backing vocals only)
The Sodom and Gomorrah Show

1st encore:
It’s a sin
West End Girls
Go West (+medley of all tracks by backing vocals)

2nd encore:
Being boring

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#50 Post by mindboy »

The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
Chris Heath: Why you're surfing?
Chris Lowe: Coz we can!
Neil Tennant: Exactly. :D
(Performance commentary during What have I done to deserve this??)

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#51 Post by TrasTornado »

mindboy wrote:The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
:D I remember that "I wasn't paying attention" thing in an argentinian one too, from 1994!
Tennant, sos un maestro.

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#52 Post by Northernerrj »

DJAMIX wrote:
TheGardner wrote:any changes of the setlist between day one and two in Sao Paulo???
I only went to day 1.
I`ve heard they played being boring instead of It´s a sin on day 2, but I don´t know for sure.
It's true. I went on day 2 and they played it at the end. The show was amazing.

I GOT A NEIL'S AUTOGRAPH!!!

On my tycket 8)
" Many roads will cross through many lives, but somehow you survive "

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#53 Post by Danger »

mindboy wrote:The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
Sure, absolute fantastic! Chris always rules! :lol:
So the second Paulista gig has had 27 songs :D : incredible! I hope that in Zurich they will have so generous :lol:
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#54 Post by DJAMIX »

mindboy wrote:The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
I was about to comment... :lol:

The Brazilian interviewer said in Portuguese: "Chris confirms he isn't up to give interviews." :lol:
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#55 Post by Fugitive1979 »

mindboy wrote:The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
Trust Chris! :roll: :lol:
:| :o

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#56 Post by Suburban_Boy »

mindboy wrote:The funniest thing is that Brazilian TV reportage, the part where Chris is being asked a question and cought up saying "I wasn't paying attention"! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: That's his best interview performance in years! Thnx, DJAMIX! :wink:
Haha, how rude. I wonder what he was thinking about. Where to go for dinner I imagine.

Lee

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#57 Post by DJAMIX »

UPDATED! :wink:
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#58 Post by Pet Shop Girl »

Chris is a very private guy, nothing wrong with that.

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#59 Post by TheMatrix »

Nice videos. Thanks for sharing.
Stay the course or change it up?

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#60 Post by mauricio »

(Clicking on "The Sodoma and Gomorra Show [sample]" link, you can watch Integral instead).

Great videos and fantastic audience. Thanks DJAMIX!
Mauricio

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