Opportunities (Original Version)
        
Directed by: Andy Morahan and Eric Watson
Release year: 1985

West End Girls
        
Directed by: Andy Morahan and Eric Watson
Release year: 1985

Love Comes Quickly
        
Directed by: Andy Morahan and Eric Watson
Release year: 1986

Opportunities (Second Version)
Directed by: Zbigniew Rybczynski
Release year: 1986

Suburbia
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1986

Paninaro
Directed by: Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant
Release year: 1986

It's A Sin
Directed by: Derek Jarman
Release year: 1987

What Have I Done To Deserve This?
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1987

Rent
Directed by: Derek Jarman
Release year: 1987

Always On My Mind
Directed by: Jack Bond
Release year: 1987

Heart
Directed by: Jack Bond
Release year: 1988

Domino Dancing/Extended version
        
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1988

Left To My Own Devices
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1988

It's Alright
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1989

So Hard/Extended version
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1990

Being Boring
Directed by: Bruce Weber
Release year: 1990

How Can You Expect To Be Taken Seriously?
Directed by: Liam Kan
Release year: 1991

Where The Streets Have No Name?
Directed by: Liam Kan
Release year: 1991

Jealousy
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1991

DJ Culture
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1991

Was It Worth It
Directed by: Eric Watson
Release year: 1992

Can You Forgive Her?
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1993

Go West/Extended version
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1993

I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind Of Thing
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1994

Liberation
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1994

Yesterdy When I Was Mad
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1994

Absolutely Fabulous
Directed by: Bob Spiers and Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1994

Paninaro '95
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1995

Before
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1996

Se A Vida É (That's The Way Love Is)
Directed by: Bruce Weber
Release year: 1996

Single-Bilingual
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1997

A Red Letter Day
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1997

Somewhere
Directed by: Annie Griffin
Release year: 1997

I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any More
Directed by: Pedro Romhanyi
Release year: 1999

New York City Boy
Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 1999

You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You Drunk
Directed by: Pedro Romhanyi
Release year: 2000

Home And Dry
Directed by: Wolfgang Tillmans
Release year: 2002

I Get Along/E-mail
        
The video, which portrays young actors in a New York artist's studio and does not draw on the song's political subtext, was directed by Bruce Weber, who had worked with the band before, most notably for their video for the 1990 single "Being Boring".

Directed by: Bruce Weber
Release year: 2002

London
        
The video for 'London' is about two russian imigrants looking for job. Video is by acclaimed photographer Martin Parr and it was on show on 2003 at the Rocket Gallery, London. The Rocket Gallery regularly show new work by Martin Parr.

Directed by: Martin Parr
Release year: 2002

Miracles
        
The music video, directed by Howard Greenhalgh, reportedly cost nearly L100000. It primarily shows human figures interacting with cascades of water and milk, captured in intricate detail by the slow-motion footage (Greenhalgh also made extensive use of water in the video for "Congo" (1997) by Genesis). The buildings on the background include Calatrava's Gare do Oriente and others from the Nations' Park area in Lisbon.

Directed by: Howard Greenhalgh
Release year: 2003
Produced by: Genevive Simmers

Flamboyant
        
The "Flamboyant" promotional music video was directed by Nico Beyer. Heavily based on aspects of Japanese popular culture, it tells the story of a Japanese office worker who aspires to appear on television variety show Kasou Taishou where guests perform silly stunts. He envisions a billiards-based routine, where he and others portray living balls on an enormous pool table. At the end of the video, they perform their routine successfully on the show. The story footage is intercut with fake Japanese-style television commercials where the Pet Shop Boys offer various products such as an automatic ironing machine and a car called Boxy. The video was finally released on DVD on the documentary A Life in Pop, although the disc doesn't mention the video's inclusion. Some territories, like Canada, don't feature the video.

Directed by: Nico Beyer
Release year: 2003
Produced by: Will Oakley

I'm With Stupid
        
The video, filmed at Alexandra Palace in North London features David Walliams and Matt Lucas of Little Britain. In the video, the duo stage a performance in which they play the roles of Tennant and Lowe and mime "I'm with Stupid" while dressed in Very-era outfits (mainly from the "Can you forgive her?" and "Go West" promotional campaigns). They are accompanied by a group of dancers, also dressed in similar costumes. The video ends with Walliams and Lucas asking for the approval of the audience, which is revealed to be Tennant and Lowe themselves, bound to their seats.

Directed by: Bluesource
Release year: 2006
Produced by: Ben Roberts for Colonel Blimp Ltd.

Minimal
        
On 5 June 2006, it was announced that the video, directed by Don Cameron, was completed in Paris. The video itself, complementing the theme, was kept visually minimal; it consists largely of shots of the band silhouetted against a backdrop of flashing white neon lamps. These are interjected with shots of a dancing couple, exhibiting a sexual tension that contrasts against the sparse, rigid performance scenes.

Directed by: Don Cameron
Release year: 2006
Produced by: Matthieu Sibony

Numb
        
The music video for "Numb" was directed by Julian Gibbs, Julian House, and Chris Sayer, who describe it as inspired by "Russian constructivist cinema". Gibbs had previously directed a 2005 BBC television adaptation of The Snow Queen, which Sayer worked on as animation director. In addition, the Gibbs and House pair have previously directed music videos for Primal Scream, Luke Slater, and Doves.

Directed by: Julian Gibbs, Julian House, Chris Sayer
Release year: 2006
Produced by: Trevor Horn

Integral
        
The idea is that it’s sung from the point of view of the authoritarian New Labour-style government. “If you’ve done nothing wrong, you’ve got nothing to fear” is always used as a justification for ID cards. What we object to about ID cards is that they’re intelligent cards with a data strip that can link to a central database containing personal information which may be shared with America; when you say you don’t want that, they always say that if you’ve done nothing wrong you’ve got nothing to hide. But I think we all have a right to privacy. I feel it’s a move that suggests we have to justify ourselves to the state before the state will trust us, and I think it’s for us to trust the state and not the other way round. I think the government has to win our trust, not us win their trust. We put the lyrics on the website earlier this year when there was a fuss brewing about ID cards, and Chris had phoned me up to say that some junior minister had used the word “integral” in defending it. There was a big article in the Evening Standard about the song. But the song has got a wicked kind of humour as well. It’s meant to be someone giving a speech really, madly justifying all of this, with a lot of energy behind.

Directed by: Lawrence Blankedbyl, Jeff Wood, Wade Shotter
Release year: 2007
Produced by: Jacqui Kenny, Tim Francis

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  • Love etc.
            
    The music video was directed by Dutch digital artist Han Hoogerbrugge. The website Stereogum described it as a "horizontally scrolling animated video [that] is part Sonic The Hedgehog (dated video game reference!) and part Pac Man (chomping down on hearts, shamrocks, and cash money), with a lineup of Chrisses, Neils, and others shouting, flexing, unmasking, and turning into draculas."

    Directed by: Han Hoogerbrugge
    Release year: 2009

    Did You See Me Comming?
    Douglas Hart (member of The Jesus and Mary Chain) directed video for second single from "Yes". There are some similarities with "Minimal" video, but in fact it doesn't reach its quality.

    Directed by: Douglas Hart
    Release year: 2009

    All Over the World
    Directed by: Blue Leach
    Release year: 2009

    Together
    Directed by: Peeter Rebane
    Release year: 2010

    Invisible
    The film for "Invisible" track was made by renowned Los Angeles artist/film-maker Brian Bress. Video portrait is performed by Bress himself and slowed down for the viewer.

    Directed by: Brian Bress
    Release year: 2012