Pulp - Everybody's Problem
Released a few months after It, this was Pulp attempting pop. An upbeat, toe-tappy number that pretty much killed the first phase of Pulp and saw a new line up return in 1984 with a far darker style that would (a few years later at least due to record company joys) culminate in Freaks. The b-side is a bit more subdued and more in the style of the previous album. Both tracks were on the original reissue of It back in 1994, but were dropped from the later release.
A curio then, and a half decent song that didn't really deserve to be lost in obscurity.
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