"Please" is the debut album from Pet Shop Boys. When "West End Girls" was released in 1985, it quickly became an international hit with its memorable bassline and spoken-rap by Neil Tennant. Like most debut acts that come out with a novelty single, it seeemed that Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe were going the way of the One Hit Wonder. However, the hits kept coming and coming off this fine debut. "Opportunities" has the punch and verve of "West End Girls," while the goregous "Love Comes Quickly" is a fine, seductive ballad. It's a shame that PSB's American following dwindled after the release of this million-selling debut, because their work only got better from here. "Please" is remastered and repackaged with a second disc of bonus material. My cuts of choice are the re-edit of the album track "Why Don't We Live Together?," an extended mix of "West End Girls," and the infectious b-side "Was That What it Was?" Their debut is far from their best, but it would only set the tone for a bright future, several top 10 hits, and a rich body of work many of their peers would envy.