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NPR's soon-to-be London correspondent Ari Shapiro on his trusty steed.
November 7, 2013 Soon-to-be London correspondent Ari Shapiro whipped up a playlist for NPR Music that's especially for commuters who travel by bicycle. Even though you should totally never listen to music and bike at the same time.
Pet Shop Boys.
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September 27, 2013 The best-selling British duo stops by to discuss Electric, the voracious appetite of its fans, and the dynamics of performing live. Hear songs recorded during Pet Shop Boys' recent performance at the Sonar Music Festival.
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The Pet Shop Boys' new album is called Elysium.
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September 9, 2012 Many people were reminded of the synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys when they helped close out the 2012 Olympic Games in London with their biggest hit, "West End Girls." The duo, however, has continued to make new music since forming in 1981, and have just released their 11th studio album, Elysium.
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June 22, 2003 Music critic Mark Mobley examines three albums by English musicians that reflect the emergence of the gay civil rights movement.
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