Pet Shop Boys ‎– Pandemonium

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"Pandemonium" is the second Pet Shop Boys live album, released in February 2010.
"Pandemonium" is a recording of a live concert at The O2 Arena in London on 21 December 2009, as part of the duo's Pandemonium Tour.

Live albums:
Concrete > Pandemonium > Inner Sanctum

Full length releases:
Party / The Greatest Hits > Pandemonium > Ultimate

Tracklist

Pandemonium DVD
More Than A Dream / Heart 4:22
Did You See Me Coming? 3:39
Pandemonium / Can You Forgive Her? 4:25
Love Etc. 3:17
Building A Wall 1:50
Go West 3:55
Two Divided By Zero 3:46
Why Don't We Live Together? 4:19
New York City Boy 2:50
Always On My Mind 3:50
Closer To Heaven / Left To My Own Devices 5:38
Do I Have To? 3:57
King's Cross 4:18
The Way It Used To Be 5:05
Jealousy 4:37
Suburbia 5:20
What Have I Done To Deserve This? 4:36
All Over The World 3:40
Se A Vida É / Discoteca / Domino Dancing / Viva La Vida 6:02
It's A Sin 5:38
Being Boring 6:17
West End Girls 5:20
DVD Extras
My Girl (Live At The O2) 4:07
It Doesn't Often Snow At Christmas (Live At The O2) 4:51
Love Etc. (Music Video) 3:28
Did You See Me Coming? (Music Video) 3:42
All Over The World (Music Video) 3:45
2009 BRIT Awards Performance 10:00
Audio Commentary By Pet Shop Boys And Es Devlin
Pandemonium CD
More Than A Dream / Heart 4:23
Did You See Me Coming? 3:41
Pandemonium / Can You Forgive Her? 4:05
Love Etc. 3:14
Go West 3:55
Two Divided By Zero 3:46
Why Don't We Live Together? 4:17
New York City Boy 2:51
Always On My Mind 3:43
Closer To Heaven / Left To My Own Devices 5:40
Do I Have To? 3:14
King's Cross 4:11
Suburbia 5:12
Se A Vida É / Discoteca / Domino Dancing / Viva La Vida 6:00
It's A Sin 5:04
Being Boring 5:17
West End Girls 5:15

Versions (17)

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50999 6 27825 2 4, 5099962782524, 627 8252 Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium(DVD-V, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL + CD) Parlophone, Parlophone, Parlophone 50999 6 27825 2 4, 5099962782524, 627 8252 UK & Europe 2010 Sell This Version
none Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium – Live At The O2 Arena(CDr, Album, Promo) Parlophone none UK 2010 Sell This Version
50999 6 27825 2 4 Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium(DVD-V, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL + CD) Parlophone 50999 6 27825 2 4 Australia 2010 Sell This Version
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none Pet Shop Boys Pandemonium (Live At The O2 Arena, London - 21 December 2009)(17xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Parlophone none Europe Unknown
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DarBalck

DarBalck

September 23, 2021
referencing Pandemonium, DVD-V, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL + CD, 50999 6 27825 2 4, 5099962782524, 627 8252
Should have been released as a bluray. This really is the best recent PSB concert filmed (putting aside their second tour which spawned the 'Performance' DVD which is a classic show...). Maybe one day....
Jonaguero

Jonaguero

March 26, 2010
referencing Pandemonium, DVD-V, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL + CD, 50999 6 27825 2 4, 5099962782524, 627 8252
A Pandemonium of emotions.
When the Pet announced their Pandemonium Tour, I read in more than one place that they had plans to cover at least one country in Central America. I was invaded with illusions thinking that they would cover Costa Rica, as it is the country with the best platform to support their act. However, my partner’s plans and mine were to attend the tour in any country of the region, unfortunately they did not include the area on their Latin American leg of the tour. Around January this year, I was hoping they would release the DVD when the news came out on their webpage: Pandemonium was to be released first in Europe and almost one month later in America. The day it was available in my country, my partner and I drove one hour to the record store and back, in one of the most memorable days of music amusement in our lives.

Even though the track list of Cubism is more impacting than the Pandemonium, this last offers incredible surprises. The stage montage, the concept of the show, the dancers and the visuals used on stage are simply awesome and the coordination of these elements is outstanding. When we started watching the show, we realized once more how strong Pet Shop Boys are right now, after a carrier of more than 25 years, they are still part of the elite.

In a combination of classics and new songs such as “Heart” and “Did You See Me Coming” (number 1 in my country almost one year after its release), the first part of the show invites everyone to dance. This invitation takes a retro turn when the Pet perform a marvelous set with a taste of the 80’s dance club tunes, including two songs form their first album “Please”: “Two Divided by Zero” and “Why Don’t We Live Together”, and the biggest surprise of the show is definitely in the middle of this last song: inspired by Madonna’s “Dress You Up” choreography of “The Virgin Tour”, Chris comes out from behind his keyboard, and in the middle of thousands of fans astonished by the unusual practice, he joins the dancers in the middle of the stage in a glorious ten seconds dance. I found myself shouting in my living room because of this and I had to replay it immediately: being Chris so quite and shy, I realized that it is not only me, but millions of fans around the world, that feel real appreciation and love for him. He doesn’t take the stage since the 1995 tour “Discovery”, but millions of fans would love to see him doing it more often. To close this session of the concert, the Boys perform the anthems “New York City Boy”, “Always On My Mind” and a mix of “Closer To Heaven” and “Left To My Own Devices” which is a regular on the track list of their previous tours.

At this point, a “nice for a change” comes up and the Boys delight the audience with a soft set made up by the B-Side “Do I Have To?” (it’s Melancholic Mix is just great), colored by pieces of “We All Feel Better In The Dark” (another awesome B-Side), the “Yes” cut “King’s Cross”, “The Way It Used To Be” and “Jealousy”.
More retro feelings come up later with songs like “Suburbia” and “Se A Vida E” among others, but before the performance ends with the iconic “West End Girls”, we enjoy a marvelous rendition of “Being Boring”.

The extras are a huge attractive of the album, since they include the three videos of the “Yes” alum, and the memorable performance at the Britt Awards.

This is definitely a must have that shows how the Pet Shop Boys are back for good, wish I could have seen it live, but maybe someday…