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PULP (2020 REISSUE)

Pulp

We Love Life - 2016 Reissue

    Fantastic dark pop songs, like only they can come up with! Produced by Scott Walker.

    Pulp

    This Is Hardcore - 2016 Reissue

      Sixth album by the British band. Released in 1998, it is the follow up to the critically acclaimed 1995 album 'Different Class' and features the singles 'Help the Aged', 'This Is Hardcore', 'A Little Soul' and 'Party Hard'.

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      His 'n' Hers - 2023 Reissue

        His 'n' Hers is the fourth studio album by Pulp and was the first to be released on a major label. It was originally released in 1994 and together with its follow-up Different Class it is considered to be one of the highlights of 90’s Britpop. The album contains their first top 40 hit on the UK Singles Chart, “Do You Remember The First Time?”, a classic example of singer Jarvis Cocker’s songwriting skills.

        TRACK LISTING

        A1. Joyriders
        A2. Lipgloss
        A3. Acrylic Afternoons
        A4. Have You Seen Her Lately?
        A5. Babies
        A6. She's A Lady
        B1. Happy Endings
        B2. Do You Remember The First Time?
        B3. Pink Glove
        B4. Someone Like The Moon
        B5. David's Last Summer

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        It - 2022 Reissue

          Pulp’s debut and one of their most honest recordings - capturing a band at the beginning of their startling career. ‘It’ is a gentle, mainly acoustic album that hints at the musical directions Pulp would later pursue. The album touches on the majestic, theatrical ballads of Scott Walker, as well as the stark, folky song poems of Leonard Cohen. Certainly an album by a young band trying to pinpoint their direction, and absorbing many an influence from all around, ‘It’ has aged beautifully into a charming collection.

          Fire are to reissue Pulp’s 1983 debut album ‘It’ as part of the Fire reissue series with bonus material. Re-mastered and repackaged. New liner notes by Everett True. Featuring 4 Bonus tracks including single version of ‘My Lighthouse’ and alternative mix of ‘Blue Girls’, the previously unreleased ‘Sink Or Swim’ and ‘Please Don’t Worry’ from Pulp’s John Peel session in 1981.

          TRACK LISTING

          1. My Lighthouse
          2. Wishful Thinking
          3. Joking Aside
          4. Boats And Trains
          5. Blue Girls
          6. Love Love
          7. In Many Ways
          8. Looking For Life
          9. My Lighthouse (Single Version)
          10. Please Don't Worry
          11. Blue Girls (Alternative Mix)
          12. Sink Or Swim

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          Separations - 2022 Reissue

            Pulp’s 1992 album ‘Separations’ is part of the Fire reissue series with unreleased bonus material. Their third and last album on Fire, Pulp had already transformed from their debut ‘It’ through the dark electronic phase of Freaks and were garnering significant momentum. Now critically acclaimed and with a live reputation matched by only a few, most of the songs on Separations sound fully-realised in that undeniably Pulp manner that was soon to be experienced everywhere. And, for the first time, there was an inescapable disco pulse.

            This is the transition album where Pulp, caught between a doomed romantic outsider past and an acid-bright future, made an album that brilliantly reflects both. Remastered and repackaged. Liner notes by Everett True. Featuring 4 bonus tracks ‘Death Goes To The Disco’ and ‘Is This House’, as well as an extended version of the single ‘Countdown’ and the previously unreleased ‘Death Comes To Town’. Separations spawned two of Pulps most successful singles to date in ‘Countdown and ‘My Legendary Girlfriend’ with the latter being placed on many top singles of 1991 lists by major music publications. Pulp’s ‘It’ and ‘Freaks’ will be reissued at the same time for the complete Pulp on Fire collection. 

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Love Is Blind
            2. Don't You Want Me Anymore?
            3. She's Dead
            4. Separations
            5. Down By The River
            6. Countdown
            7. My Legendary Girlfriend
            8. Death II
            9. This House Is Condemned
            10. Death Goes To The Disco (BONUS)

            11. Is This House? (BONUS)
            12. Countdown (BONUS Extended Version)
            13. Death Comes To Town (BONUS)

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            Freaks - 2022 Reissue

              Fire are to reissue Pulp's 1987 album 'Freaks' as part of the Fire reissue series with a special 2 disc release, with the second bonus disc packed with singles and B-sides from the Freaks era. Pulp had changed significantly since their debut 'It'. By this time every member bar Jarvis had moved on but the addition of Russell Senior proved to be a pivotal turning point for the band. No longer did Pulp sound pastoral, easy-natured; now they were darkly romantic, brooding, noisy and a little bit Gothic, in the way young folk who brush their hair a certain way are always a little bit Gothic.

              Pulp were out-of-tune with the times: but the times didn't satisfy Pulp. The album is quite marvellous. Most of these songs stand the distance of time: it was here, possibly even more than 1992's Separations, that Pulp started coming into their own as a band with a fully-realised aesthetic. The first disc is the original album, unaltered and in its entirety. The second is a bonus disc comprising of tracks from the two big non-album singles from the same era, 'Little Girl (With Blue Eyes)' and 'Dogs are Everywhere'. Two further b-sides 'Tunnel' and 'Manon' complete the second disc for the definitive 'Freaks' period release. Pulp's 'It' and 'Separations' will be reissued at the same time for the complete Pulp on Fire collection.

              TRACK LISTING

              DISC 1 :

              1. Fairground
              2. I Want You
              3. Being Followed Home
              4. Master Of The Universe
              5. Life Must Be So Wonderful
              6. There's No Emotion
              7. Anorexic Beauty
              8. The Never Ending Story
              9. Don't You Know
              10. They Suffocate At Night.

              Bonus Disc 2 :

              11. Little Girl (With Blue Eyes) (BONUS)
              12. Simultaneous (BONUS)
              13. Blue Glow (BONUS)
              14. The Will To Power (BONUS)
              15. Dogs Are Everywhere (BONUS)
              16. The Mark Of The Devil (BONUS)
              17. 97 Lovers (BONUS)
              18. Aborigine (BONUS)
              19. Goodnight (BONUS)
              20. Tunnel (BONUS)
              21. Manon (BONUS)

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              His 'N' Hers - Vinyl Reissue

                'His ‘n’ Hers is the fourth studio album by Pulp and was the first to be released on a major label. It was originally released in 1994 and together with its follow-up Different Class, it is one of the highlights of 90’s ‘Britpop’.
                Its influences emanate from old glam and post-punk records, with the hooks and immediacy of perfect pop — it was sensual yet intellectual, cheap yet sophisticated, retro yet modern — with each seeming paradox giving the music weight instead of weighing it down: with Jarvis Cocker’s wry comments on life in Sheffield, where desperation, sex, and crime are always on the surface, creating evocative images with an appropriate amount of drama and a surplus of flair! The album contains their first top 40 hit in the UK – Do You Remember the First Time? and Lipgloss.

                This deluxe 25th anniversary reissue edition is pressed on 180-gram heavyweight 2-disc set for extra audio quality! Includes enhanced packaging – housed in sumptuous gatefold sleeve with printed inner bags and was remastered at Abbey Road – supervised by Steve Mackey (Pulp bass player and producer). Steve later went on to produce for MIA, Florence + The Machine, Arcade Fire etc.

                Pulp

                It - 2012 Reissue

                  Pulp’s debut and one of their most honest recordings - capturing a band at the beginning of their startling career. ‘It’ is a gentle, mainly acoustic album that hints at the musical directions Pulp would later pursue. The album touches on the majestic, theatrical ballads of Scott Walker, as well as the stark, folky song poems of Leonard Cohen. Certainly an album by a young band trying to pinpoint their direction, and absorbing many an influence from all around, ‘It’ has aged beautifully into a charming collection.

                  Fire are to reissue Pulp’s 1983 debut album ‘It’ as part of the Fire Embers reissue series with bonus material. Re-mastered and repackaged. New liner notes by Everett True. Featuring 4 Bonus tracks including single version of ‘My Lighthouse’ and alternative mix of ‘Blue Girls’, the previously unreleased ‘Sink Or Swim’ and ‘Please Don’t Worry’ from Pulp’s John Peel session in 1981.


                  Pulp

                  Freaks - 2012 Reissue

                    Fire are to reissue Pulp's 1987 album 'Freaks' as part of the Fire Embers reissue series with a special 2 disc release, with the second bonus disc packed with singles and b-sides from the Freaks era. Pulp had changed significantly since their debut 'It'. By this time every member bar Jarvis had moved on but the addition of Russell Senior proved to be a pivotal turning point for the band. No longer did Pulp sound pastoral, easy-natured; now they were darkly romantic, brooding, noisy and a little bit Gothic, in the way young folk who brush their hair a certain way are always a little bit Gothic. Pulp were out-of-tune with the times: but the times didn't satisfy Pulp. The album is quite marvellous. Most of these songs stand the distance of time: it was here, possibly even more than 1992's Separations, that Pulp started coming into their own as a band with a fully-realised aesthetic.

                    The first disc is the original album, unaltered and in its entirety. The second is a bonus disc comprising of tracks from the two big non-album singles from the same era, 'Little Girl (With Blue Eyes)' and 'Dogs are Everywhere'. Two further b-sides 'Tunnel' and 'Manon' complete the second disc for the definitive 'Freaks' period release. Pulp's 'It' and 'Separations' will be reissued at the same time for the complete Pulp on Fire collection.



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