Pulp

Pulp needed a revolution. As a band with a seemingly endless amount of talent, intellect and a handful of ignored albums, what Pulp lacked throughout the ‘80s was a cultural renewal they could score a soundtrack to. The mid-‘90s rise of Tony Blair, and with him, the renewed interest and impulse in English culture known as Cool Britannia couldn’t have provided a more perfect opportunity. Led by the flamboyant, working class poet, Jarvis Cocker, and armed with a battalion of guitar hooks, heavenly orchestration, bags of social and sexual wit and enough dance beats to keep the floor filled; Pulp needed... Read More

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