My 10 Favorite Pet Shop Boys Remixes

  1. In The Night (Arthur Baker Extended Mix)
    Originally a b-side, this remix is pure mid-80s amazingness. Are those handclaps or a sampled typewriter?
  2. I Want A Dog (Frankie Knuckles 12" Mix)
    House legend Frankie Knuckles turned this slight b-side into a massive bass driven monster.
  3. We All Feel Better In The Dark (Brothers In Rhythm After Hours Climax Mix) NSFW
    Did I mention this is NSFW? Brothers In Rhythm turn a spacey electronic b-side into a fantastic slow jam.
  4. Go West (Mings Gone West: First and Second Movement)
    A party is getting started as the album version of PSB's Village People cover fades out and this mix shows us what was next.
  5. Se a vida è (Pink Noise Remix)
    This mix demonstrates what would have happened if PSB would have gone trip hop in the late 90s.
  6. Discoteca (Trouser Enthusiasts Remix)
    Every time I played this on my college radio show, I got calls asking about it. It's amazing.
  7. New York City Boy (Lange Mix)
    One of my least favorite singles turned into a trance masterpiece.
  8. London (Thee Radikal Blaklite Edit)
    Felix Da Housecat turns in an electroclash reworking that still works today.
  9. Flamboyant (Scissor Sisters Silhouettes & Shadows Mix)
    Scissor Sisters turn electropop into organic disco
  10. Did You See Me Coming? (Unicorn Kid Mix)
    8-bit remix that bustles with youthful energy.