Discography: The Complete Singles Collection is the debut greatest hits package by the English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released early in November, 1991.
As the name suggests, Discography is a collection of all of the hit singles by Pet Shop Boys up to that point (1991). It is an 18-track compilation, sixteen of which are singles released to that date, while the last two ("DJ Culture" and "Was It Worth It?" are new songs recorded exclusively for this album. The album contains the Pet Shop Boys cover version of U2's hit "Where the Streets Have No Name", which later in the song breaks into the chorus of Frankie Valli's "Can't Take My Eyes Off You". Although the album's songs were released in some other form, this compilation only features seven-inch versions.
Around the time of the release of Discography, Pet Shop Boys also released a video collection, Videography, consisting of the music videos for each of the songs on this album in a slightly different order and with the song "Was It Worth It?" being replaced with "How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously?", which itself was not on the audio versions of the album, despite being part of a double A-side with "Where the streets have no name (I Can't Take My Eyes Off You)" (the exclusion due to the constrictions of the CD's running time).
In 2003, Pet Shop Boys released an updated single collection called PopArt, which featured the video version of "Suburbia", and the album mix of "Heart" by mistake, but excluded "Was It Worth It?". In addition, it featured all the Pet Shop Boys singles released after 1991 with the exception of "Absolutely Fabulous" (which the duo do not consider a Pet Shop Boys release as the artist was credited as "Absolutely Fabulous") and "How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously?". The updated collection was a double album and not in chronological order unlike this one.