Pet Shop Boys - Was It Worth It? mp3 flac
Music video by Pet Shop Boys performing Was It Worth It? (2003 Digital Remaster).
Was it Worth it?" is the second single released by UK electronic music group Pet Shop Boys from their compilation album Discography: The Complete Singles Collection. The single peaked at number 24 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the group's first single to not reach the Top 20 since they signed to Parlophone in 1984 (the second being "Numb", fifteen years later).
Was It Worth It? (оригинал Pet Shop Boys). Стоило ли это того? (перевод Надежда Ковина из Новобелокатая). Well I don't know why. Что ж, я не знаю, почему. I was dreaming about you. Мечтал о тебе, but I do know that. Yes it's worth giving more. Да, это стоит того, чтобы отдать больше. If I'd had my way. Если бы я поступал по-своему, this would have happened much sooner.
Yes it's worth living for Was it worth it? Yes it's worth giving more. If I'd had my way This would have happened much sooner But until that day It was only a rumour. All at once you changed my life And led me in to paradise Where I had to do what I wanted to I react when I hear people ask. Was it worth it? Yes it's worth living for Was it worth it? Yes it's worth giving more. I reserve the right to live my life this way And I don't give a damn when I hear people say I'll pay the price that others pay.
Rights Society: BIEM GEMA. Other (Distribution Code): PM 212. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 2046176-A1.
Please is the debut album by English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys, released on 24 March 1986 by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom and by EMI America Records in the United States. According to the duo, the album's title was chosen so that people had to go into a record shop and say "Can I have the Pet Shop Boys album, 'Please'?".
Artist: Pet Shop Boys. Tennant/Lowe) - Well I don't know why I was dreaming about you But I do know that I was dancing without you Then you smiled, and I was lost You fall in love, why count the cost? All I gave to you All you made me do I react when I hear people ask. If I'd had my way this would have happened much sooner But until that day it was only a rumour All at once you changed my life And led me in to paradise.
Please’ was the debut album by Pet Shop Boys and was produced by Stephen Hague. Released in March 1986, the record hit number 3 and spent 82 weeks in the UK Official Album Charts, went into the Top Ten in the USA where it was certified platinum, and to date has sold over three million copies worldwide. The duo’s debut single, ‘West End girls’, was PSB’s first number one certified Gold single. In 1987 it was awarded Best Single at the BRIT Awards, Best International Hit at the Ivor Novello Awards and later Song Of The Decade at the 2005 Ivor Novello Awards.
1991) Where The Streets Have No Name (1991) Jealousy (1991) DJ Culture (1991) Was It Worth It? (1991) Can You Forgive Her? (1993) Go West (1993) I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing (1993) Liberation (1994) Absolutely Fabulous (1994) Yesterday When I Was Mad (1994) Paninaro '95 (1995) Before (1996) Se A Vida Ãˆ (1996) Single-Bilingual (1996) A Red Letter Day (1997) Somewhere (1997) I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It To You Anymore (1999) Ne. Videos Television (1986) It Couldn't Happen Here (1988) I Like It Here Wherever It Is (1988) Showbusiness (1988) Highlights (1990) Promotion (1991) Videography (1991) Performance (1992) Projections (1993) Various (1995) Discovery (1995) Somewhere (1997) Montage (2001) PopArt (2003) A Life In Pop (2006) Cubism (2007) Pandemonium (2010) Live In Roskilde 2009 (2012).
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|A1||Was It Worth It? (12" Version)
Producer – Brothers In Rhythm, Pet Shop BoysRemix – Pet Shop Boys
|A2||Was It Worth It? (Dub Version)
Engineer – Paul WrightInstrumentation By, Programmed By – Philip Kelsey*Producer – Brothers In Rhythm, Pet Shop BoysRemix – Dave Seaman, Philip Kelsey*
|B1||Miserablism (Electro Mix)
Producer – Harold Faltermeyer, Pet Shop BoysProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Moby
|B2||Miserablism (Short Version)
Mixed By – Julian MendelsohnProducer – Harold Faltermeyer, Pet Shop Boys
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Pet Shop Boys Partnership
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records USA
- Copyright (c) – Pet Shop Boys Partnership
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records USA
- Licensed To – EMI Records USA
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Published By – Virgin Music, Inc.
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Design – Farrow*, PSB*, 3a*
- Photography By – Robert Shackleton
- Written-By – Pet Shop Boys
NotesA2: Remixed for Creative Theives Conglomerate/DMC.
Published by Virgin Music, Inc. (ASCAP).
© ℗ 1991 Pet Shop Boys Partnership under exclusive license to EMI Records USA.
Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc, a subsidiary of Capitol-EMI Music, Inc.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7777-56243-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): [SRC logo] VNR-1-56243-Z1 1-1 Sterling
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): [SRC logo] VNR-2-56243-Z1 1-1 Sterling
|CDR 6306, 20 4617 2||Pet Shop Boys||Was It Worth It? (CD, Single)||Parlophone, Parlophone||CDR 6306, 20 4617 2||UK||1991|
|016 20 4617 7, 016-20 4617 7||Pet Shop Boys||Was It Worth It ? (7", Single)||Parlophone, Parlophone||016 20 4617 7, 016-20 4617 7||Europe||1991|
|E2-56244||Pet Shop Boys||Was It Worth It? (CD, Maxi, RE)||EMI Records USA||E2-56244||US||Unknown|
|none||Pet Shop Boys||Was It Worth It (VHS, Single, Promo, NTSC)||CEMA, Capitol EMI America||none||US||1991|
|R 6306, 20 4617 7||Pet Shop Boys||Was It Worth It? (7", Single)||Parlophone, Parlophone||R 6306, 20 4617 7||UK||1991|