ominic Clarke was responsible for additional programming of the
whole Behaviour album (plus B-sides of that era: We all feel
better in the dark, Bet she’s not your girlfriend
and It must be obvious)
and keyboard programming on three songs off Dusty Springfield’s
Reputation. He also played plastic tube on Being boring.
Dominic Clarke was also present onstage on the Pet Shop Boys’ first tour (MCMXXXIX) and several later one-off performances. It’s an interesting trivia that at around the time Dominic Clarke joined Pet Shop Boys’ team, he worked in TSC (The Synthesizer Company), another long-term Pet Shop Boys collaborator—Pete Gleadall—also was an employee of.
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