How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?

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01 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (Album Version)
02 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (7″ Perfect Attitude)
03 How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously? (Classical Reprise)
04 It’s Alright (7″ Version)
05 We All Feel Better In The Dark
06 Being Boring (Marshall Jefferson 12″ Mix)

INFO > Although “How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?” and “Where The Streets Have No Name” were paired as a double A-side single in most regions, separate releases were issued in North America and France. “Seriously?” was remixed by Brothers In Rhythm; the US CD adds “It’s Alright” and Marshall Jefferson’s brilliant revision of “Being Boring.”

Posted on May 8, 2014, in Brothers In Rhythm, Marshall Jefferson, Pet Shop Boys. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. martymartymarty

    My very favorite PSB EP — great rip!!! :-)

  2. Tom in Portsmouth, NH

    This is probably my favorite PSB song ever—and that’s saying a lot because I love so many!

    I had read (and always thought) Neil was referring to George Michael in the lyrics, but Wikipedia says “it is strongly believed that the inspiration was in fact Transvision Vamp frontwoman Wendy James.” WTF? George Michael makes more sense to me…

  3. Fried Pickle

    My favorite Pet Shop Boys (CD single package) Classic Post !. thanks so much !

  4. Shelf, any chance of renewing the link? Thanks in advance!

  5. Dead link…

  6. Sorry – I must have wrecked the link when I renamed the file. Should work now.

  7. Thank you!

  8. hi friend,first thanks for all,please make a new link for this

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