Euroboy (song)

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"Euroboy", a dance track written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe[1] in the Eurodance mold of such bands as Cappella and Livin' Joy, was originally a B-side on the 1994 Pet Shop Boys single "Yesterday, When I Was Mad". It later appeared on the US release of the album Disco 2, the B-side collection Alternative and the 2001 2-disc re-release of the album Very.

The track includes Chris Lowe in one of his rare lead-vocals performances, singing through a vocoder. The Boys claimed to have been unaware at the time of release that Euroboy was also the name of a softcore gay pornographic magazine.

It was occasionally performed live on the Asian leg of the band's 1994 Discovery tour.

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