Pulp - Get Frisky With Pulp
So Pulp are reforming. I make this topical post o'clock.
This is a bootleg album of live tracks released in 1995, and I think the first Pulp album I ever owned as I found it dirt cheap in what I think is the now dearly departed Third Base records of Dunfermline. Pretty much all Different Class/His 'n Hers era of Pulp, and a fine reminder of how good they were. And maybe, just maybe, just how good they'll be again. We can but hope.
Coming up. Some Wim Mertens, possibly some Ten Benson, or probably some more singles that sold about two copies and sound like they were recorded on a wax cylinder.
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