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This article is about the 1986 Pet Shop Boys album. For the 2008 album, see Uhm Jung-hwa.

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Disco is the second album by the British synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released by Parlophone on 17 November 1986 (1986-11-17).

Disco was not an original studio album, but rather a collection of remixes of tracks from their first album, Please, and its respective B-sides. The album includes remixes by Arthur Baker, Shep Pettibone and Pet Shop Boys themselves.


It is difficult to say where the Pet Shop Boys saw this album fitting in among their other albums when they released it. In 2001, when they re-released what they deemed their first six albums, Disco was not included.

In addition, Pet Shop Boys would later release the remix albums Disco 2, Disco 3 and Disco 4, although the concepts of these compilations differ greatly from the original Disco album: Disco 2 is a continuous mega-mix of dance remixes, Disco 3 is a mixture of remixes and new songs and Disco 4 consists exclusively of tracks remixed by the Pet Shop Boys, mainly by other artists.

The sleeve cover is a still of Chris Lowe from the promo video of "Paninaro", which was directed by Pet Shop Boys themselves.

The Disco mixes of "Suburbia" and "Paninaro" can also be found on the "Suburbia" 12" and the 2001 two-disc re-release of Please. 7" versions of both mixes of these songs were used for the "Suburbia" single release.

The original version of "In the Night" was the B-side to the original release of "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)". Arthur Baker's Extended Mix of "In the Night" was used as the theme for the BBC's The Clothes Show.

Track listing[]

  1. "In the Night" (Arthur Baker's Extended mix) – 6:28
  2. "Suburbia" (Julian Mendelssohn's Full Horror mix) – 8:56
  3. "Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)" (Ron Dean Miller and Latin Rascals' Version Latina) – 5:34
  4. "Paninaro" (Pet Shop Boys and David Jacob's Italian mix) – 8:35
  5. "Love Comes Quickly" (Shep Pettibone's Mastermix) – 7:38
  6. "West End Girls" (Shep Pettibone's Disco mix) – 9:03


  • Neil Tennant
  • Chris Lowe

Guest musicians[]

  • Andy Richards – Fairlight on track 2
  • Gary Barnacle – Saxophone on track 2
  • Blue Weaver and Khris Kallis – Additional keyboards on track 3
  • Adrien Cook – Fairlight on track 4
  • Andy Mackay – Saxophone on track 5


  1. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Pet Shop Boys: Disco" at AllMusic. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
  2. Christgau, Robert. "Pet Shop Boys". Retrieved 29 September 2011.

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