Banned in China: "Legacy" almost got Yes banned in China, with the lyric about governments falling. They agreed to release the song as an instrumental.
Creator Backlash: Neil hates "Was that what it was", as he stated once. And Chris dislikes "Hit and miss".
Creator Breakdown: "Love Is A Catastrophe", about a particularly awful breakup; "It's A Sin" and "This Must Be The Place I Waited Years To Leave" about the horrible time Neil had in Catholic school.
Their performance at Glastonbury 2010. Wow.
Creator Recovery: The album Very was more upbeat and exuberant than their prior albums, owing to singer/lyricist Neil Tennant being in love at the time. It is sometimes referred to as their "coming-out" album, as Tennant had begun openly discussing his homosexuality for the first time during this period.
Executive Meddling: "London" was only released as a single in Germany because EMI was wary about releasing a PSB song with the lyrics "Let's break the law!". And in "Casanova in Hell", the line "His ageing fate/To contemplate" once had another rhyme there. They didn't eventually release "The Sodom and Gomorrah show" as a single because the song mentioned the word "Sodom" and the EMI feared it wouldn't be played on the radios.
Keep Circulating the Tapes: It Couldn't Happen Here, though they said in an interview they might put it on DVD. Their first four singles (from the Please album), which were only released on vynil, although some of the songs of them were re-released in compilation albums such as Alternative and the Further listening album for Please.
One of Us: In his days as an editor, Neil worked at the UK branch of Marvel Comics, and is a professed fan of Action Man and Captain Britain.
They're both big Doctor Who nerds, but that's not too uncommon considering its popularity. Chris did say that Sonic the Hedgehog music inspired "Young Offender" and can be seen playing an arcade game in the "So Hard" video. Neil is a big fan of the Simpsons.
In turn, David Tennant, who played the Tenth Doctor, is a Pet Shop Boys fan. His real name is David MacDonald, but since the actors guild [One Steve Limit already had] a David MacDonald, he took his stage name from Neil Tennant.