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Pulp’s major label debut was released in 1994 and immediately announced the arrival of a cocky, witty and learned singer and songwriter named Jarvis Cocker. The sound was often closer to synth-pop than the tougher glam rock the band was working towards, but Cocker was still able to fire off missives into the lovelorn night. “Have You Seen Her Lately?” echoes musically with nostalgia for a lost era where people hid their emotions behind great fashion sense but with lyrics that bust out a brutally honest situation. “Babies” bounces with a kicking backbeat and keyboards that chase Cocker to the chorus and to the thrilling end where he admits going with a friend’s older sister “because she looked like you.” The “Deluxe Edition” kicks in with demos, b-sides and live tracks that show off the band’s tight trashy garage-rock roots that were cleverly fashioned into sleek, writhing animals. “Live On” shuffles with impatience. The previously unreleased gems include a quick-stepping “The Boss” and the punkish glimmer behind the sad tale of “Watching Nicky.”

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Their Best Work back with a fantastic bonus disc

I think this is Pulp's best work, followed by Different Class as a close second. The companion bonus disc with this deluxe edition is surprisingly good. "Live on", "You're Not Blind", "Your Sister's Clothes" and "Seconds" are amazing tracks that could've fit quite nicely along the rest of the original release.


Formed: 1978 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Most bands hit the big time immediately and fade away, or they build a dedicated following and slowly climb their way to the top. Pulp didn't follow either route. For the first 12 years of their existence, Pulp languished in near total obscurity, releasing a handful of albums and singles in the '80s to barely any attention. At the turn of the decade, the group began to gain an audience, sparking a remarkable turn of events that made the band one of the most popular British groups of the '90s. By...
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