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Exclusive Pet Shop Boys Remix


One of the songs of the summer last year was the inescapable Coma Cat by Tensnake - now the German House DJ has worked his magic on the new Pet Shop Boys single, Thursday.

Undoubtedly one of the highlights from the critically-acclaimed, Stuart Price-produced, Electric album released earlier this year, the track features Example on guest vocals and Tensnake concentrates on this element for his take on the track.

It's relaxed, minimal and very cool indeed - check it out below and see what you think.

Thursday is released November 4th - the Tensnake remix features on the CD version. More info at petshopboys.co.uk



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