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Pulp
Different Class

Following the recent renewal of interest in Britpop comes the reissue of Pulp's widely revered 1995 LP 'Different Class'. Pressed onto 180g vinyl, this special issue comes with an insert featuring Cocker's bitingly deft lyrics. Alluding to society and the British class system, 'Different Class' was definitely of its time, but still resonates today.       
  • Vinyl LP (4785288)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

JARV IS
Must I Evolve

Jav Is...um... is none other than Jarvis Cocker once spindly frontman of Pulp and this is the first track from his new band he has called Jarv Is. Make sense? Sorta. So this was out previously in limited numbers but with it being by Jarv Is (Cocker) there has been much demand so it has been re-pressed and now features an Unloved (David Holmes and pals) remix over on the flip.  
  • Vinyl 12" (RT0099T)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Pulp
His 'n' Hers (25th Anniversary Edition)

As a celebration of Pulp's salt-of-the-earth DIY pop, the 1994 released hit record 'His 'n' Hers' is re-issued with extra audio quality. As the band's fourth album, and one which will always be remembered as their breakthrough, sexual encounters, social class and voyeurism are all covered with a heavy dose of Jarvis Cocker's dry wit.
  • Vinyl Double LP (7722674)
  • In stock and ready to ship

Pulp
His 'n' Hers

Gangly proto-Brit-poppers Pulp had been lurching around the scene for quite some time when they released 'His 'n' Hers'. Thankfully the album finally rid them of the tag of 'nearly people' that had been following them around and they finally found some crossover success. Tracks like 'Do You Remember the First Time?' and 'Lipgloss' set the scene for what would come next... the number one smash 'Different Class'. 

Pulp
Everybody's Problem

Oh so you like Pulp huh? Well, you ought to like this then: a reissue of the band’s second-ever single Everybody’s Problem, released in 1983, over a decade before anyone ever dreamed of the word ‘britpop’. This was a young Jarvis’s attempt to write a commercial pop song, and it is very rare, or at least it was until this welcome reissue 7” on Optic Nerve.

Pulp
We Love Life

Pulp closed off their excellent recording career, and arguably the Britpop era as a whole, with We Love Life. It contains the singles ‘Bad Cover Version’, ‘Sunrise’ and ‘The Trees’, and it was produced by none other than Scott Walker! This Island Records reissue puts Pulp’s last stand back onto wax.

Jarvis Cocker & Chilly Gonzales
Room 29

How about this for a team-up: witty Pulp man Jarvis Cocker and multi-faceted German entertainer Chilly Gonzales (and on Serious-Proper-Classical-Music-Label Deutsche Grammophon too!). Room 29 is a theatre piece the two devised about a certain famous Hollywood hotel room, complete with spoken word, piano interludes and showtunes. CD / LP release.
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker
Music From Likely Stories

This is the man from Pulp. He also disc jockeys on BBC Radio 6 Music and is expert at looking exactly like a finely ageing lecturer. As you can tell, information is scant on this  - we are told there are four songs and it is a limited 7" on Rough Trade. It will most likely sell very quickly indeed.  

Erol Alkan & Boys Noize (featuring Jarvis Cocker)
Avalanche (Terminal Velocity)


  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Pulp
Separations

Separations was Pulp's 1992 era pre success album and their second full length after 1987's Freaks. The first half of the record is a sort of fledgling version of what you might expect from the Common People hitmakers while the B side dabbles in acid house and electronica. It took them a while to reach mainstream success but Separations was another of their stopping off points on their way to glory.  
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Pulp
It

Pulp It. Pulpit geddit? Years before Jarv Is Jarvis Cocker was already playing around with words. This was Pulp's 1983 debut mini LP and is a million miles away from the chart bothering glam -pop they would go on to make. However Jarvis Cocker's voice is unmistakeable and this mainly acoustic-led album is pretty damn charming.  
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Pulp
Freaks

Freaks was Pulp's first full length album released way back in 1987. It is darker and more claustrophobic than their debut EP It and showcases the beginning of Jarvis Cocker's ability to spin a yarn over slowly building glam-pop. Strangely, there are three songs here he doesn't sing on but otherwise you can sort of hear a blueprint of what was to come. This double LP re-issue contains non-album singles and B sides.   
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker
  • Artist(s):
  • Jarvis Cocker

Pulp
This Is Hardcore

This is Hardcore is the sixth and final album from long running Brit-poppers Pulp and the 'difficult' follow up to their worldwide smash Different Class. Although it had none of the hits of the former, it was a dark and complex work and the sort of artistic statement that showed that the band weren't just Brit-pop stadium puppets. I'd hope in these more enlightened days the artwork would be less degrading to women but them were different days. I'm sure everyone has moved on and learned.