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 Pulp (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pulp are a rock band, formed in Sheffield, England in 1978, by then 15-year-old school-boy Jarvis Cocker (vocals, guitar).
Pulp continued to seek commercial success, even to the point of recording a single, Everybody's Problem c/w There Was (released in September 1983 on Red Rhino records) in the style of the then prevalent pop-group Wham!
The paper carried out a stunt at Pulp's Sheffield Arena gig on February 29th of handing out free T-shirts with this logo printed on.The March 2 1996 edition of Melody Maker, for example, suggested Cocker should be knighted, while other journalists were convinced that he had actually attacked the children.
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 Pulp - Biography - AOL Music
Pulp's signature sound is a fusion of David Bowie and Roxy Music's glam rock, disco, new wave, acid house, Europop, and British indie rock.
Musically, Pulp backed away from the folky inclinations of It, adding keyboardist Candida Doyle in 1985, which led to a darker sound; shortly after her arrival, Allcard left the group.
Pulp's set was rapturously received, launching the band into superstar status in England and conveniently setting the stage for their forthcoming album, Different Class.
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Following her first performance with the band, they were signed to a label called "Fire", and began to record a number of singles that were later released as the compilation album Masters of the Universe.
Pulp were then signed up by Island Records who released the singles "Do You Remember the First Time" and "Lipgloss", to modest chart success.
1995 saw the peak of Pulp's fame, with the release of their No.2 UK Hit single[?] "Common People", their much loved performance at the Glastonbury festival (standing in for the Stone Roses at the last minute) and their Mercury award winning album Different Class.
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 Pulp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Molded Pulp, a lightweight packaging material made from 100% recycled cellulose fibers that is 100% biodegradable
Pulp (tooth), the central part of a tooth
Pulp magazine, inexpensive fiction magazines published from the 1920s through the 1950s, or paperbacks from the 1950s onwards
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 Auralgasms Artist - Pulp - Bio
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.
Pulp's signature sound is a fusion of David Bowie and Roxy Music's glam rock, disco, new wave, acid-house, Euro-pop, and British indie-rock.
The band recorded a demo sometime in 1980-81, giving the tape to John Peel at one of his travelling shows.
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 Jarvis Cocker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jarvis founded "Arabacus Pulp" at the age of 15 while he was still at school.
However, the resulting press attention saw the band's record sales soar and a waxwork statue of Jarvis Cocker, which costs £30,000, was placed in Rock Circus, London.
He appeared briefly in the film as lead singer of the wizard pop act the Weird Sisters (unnamed in the film owing to a legal scuffle with real-life group the Wyrd Sisters).
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 Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Mackey, bassist for the Brit pop band Pulp, goes on, "You have to believe that you can do something special that others can't do." With their latest album, Different Class (Island), Pulp have hit their mark with melodrama and flamboyance.
For a decade now Pulp have lived in musical obscurity; with this, their second US release, they feel entitled to a little revenge on a music world that for so long has declined to pay them any notice.
His stunt generated tons of press at home and abroad, but Pulp don't believe that was the source of their popularity.
www.bostonphoenix.com /alt1/archive/music/reviews/06-06-96/REX/PULP.html   (462 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Hits: Music: Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pulp have suffered the twin misfortunes of having an enormous, era-defining pop hit on their hands (1995's "Common People") and a uniquely gangly, instantly recognisable frontman who is better known than his songs.
Pulp were, and remain to be, one of the seminal British Bands of the 1990s and early noughties.
pulp's greatest hits is really good!" The difficulty Jarvis and co have is the enormity of 'common people' and 'disco 2000' but this album reminds the ears how strong some of their other hits are.
www.amazon.co.uk /Hits-Pulp/dp/B00007A3GE   (2955 words)

 Pulp and Circumstance: Jarvis & Co. Rock New York 6/16/98 (NY Rock Concert Review)
Pulp, unlike moody Britpop brethren Oasis, Radiohead and the Verve, are unabashedly happy.
It was the third and final night of Pulp's three-city mini-tour (Boston and Washington D.C. were the others), their first appearance stateside in more than two years, and it was patently obvious that almost every soul (save the requisite supermodels angling for street cred) could recite the Pulp catalog backwards.
As for Pulp: should you be so lucky as to encounter a show near you (dates in Europe, Japan and Australia look to occupy much of the rest of their year), run, don't walk, to your nearest ticket agent.
www.nyrock.com /reviews/pulp.htm   (534 words)

 Book Pulp - Booking Corporate Event, Meeting, Private Party - Your Booking Agent for Pulp
The British rock band Pulp grew from an underground '80s band to one of the most popular Brit-pop acts of the '90s, evolving constantly through changes in membership, record label, style and sound.
Pulp was first formed in Sheffield, England in 1978 by vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Cocker -- then only 15 years old -- and three friends as Arabacus Pulp, named for an example commodity in one of Cocker's economics textbooks.
That summer the band embarked on a world tour, but in early 1997 there was a brief setback when Russell Senior, Cocker's bandmate for nearly 13 years, unexpectedly quit the group.
www.grabow.biz /Contemporary/Pulp.htm   (492 words)

 Amazon.co.uk: Different Class: Music: Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pulp go to show that it is ok to look nerdy and to be different than what is considered cool.
Pulp always were considered outsiders, which was probably reflected by their Smiths influences (see Blur and Suede).
The essense of Britpop, however, was to encompass the Englishness of that influential band as well as reacting to the American domination of the early 90s (Guns 'N' Roses, Nirvana et al.) The final track is the most endearing track of the whole Britpop era.
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 Pulp MP3 Downloads - Pulp Music Downloads - Pulp Music Videos
By the time Different Class was released at the end of October 1995, the band, particularly lead singer Jarvis Cocker, were genuine British superstars, with two number two singles and a triumphant last-minute performance at Glastonbury under their belts, as well...
By the time Different Class was released at the end of October 1995, the band, particularly lead singer Jarvis Cocker, were genuine British superstars, with two number two singles and a triumphant last-minute performance at Glastonbury under their belts, as well as one tabloid scandal.
Pulp don't stray from their signature formula at all -- it's still grandly theatrical, synth-spiked pop with new wave and disco flourishes, but they have mastered it here.
www.mp3.com /albums/177077/summary.html   (539 words)

 NME.COM - News - PULP TO QUIT RECORD LABEL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
PULP are to quit record label Universal/Island Records after their next album, NME.COM can reveal.
A spokesman for the band said they were keen to "avoid the suspicious flannel" which usually accompanies such splits.
He added: "The option for the band's next (fifth) album with Universal/Island was pretty expensive (record contracts being structured with ascending advances).
www.nme.com /news/102189.htm   (207 words)

 BBC - Radio 1 - Keeping It Peel - Pulp
Cocker's mocking humour and cantankerous nature helped establish Pulp as one of the most interesting and original UK bands to break into the charts during the 90s.
The band's early 1994 single, "Do You Remember The First Time?", was accompanied by a short film in which famous celebrities were quizzed on this very subject (the loss of their virginity).
The band returned to the studio in the new millennium, with the reclusive American singer Scott Walker acting as producer.
www.bbc.co.uk /radio1/johnpeel/artists/p/pulp   (794 words)

 Amazon.com: Pulp Hits: Music: Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pulp has suffered the twin misfortunes of releasing an era-defining pop hit in 1995's "Common People" and a boasting a gangly, instantly recognizable frontman in Jarvis Cocker who is better known than his songs.
Its just that Pulp were so part of that particular moment that, as its fashionability passed, and 'indiekids' became no longer 'kids', they lost their limelight.
Having followed Pulp for quite a while (when Richard Hawley was in the band in the late 80's) it was nice to see them release something so late in their hip career.
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 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on This Is Hardcore - Pulp at Epinions.com
Jarvis Cocker may not be regarded as one of the kindest souls in music, but the fact remains that in the 1990’s his band Pulp made some of the most creative and wonderful pop music to come out of Britain.
Pulp was around for well over a decade when the band burst onto the scene in with 1993’s His n’ Hers.
Though, in the case of Pulp the clear cornerstone of the band is Cocker.
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 Pulp Discography at CD Universe
Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker writes the kind of literate and self-consciously sophisticated songs that spell career suicide in the U.S., but are right in line with a proud tradition of British songwriting.
Pulp, therefore, managed to eke out a comfortable living as cult faves in their native Britain, releasing a string of oddly sultry Britpop albums during the late 1980s and into the early 2000s.
The band tasted major success with 1995's DIFFERENT CLASS, which featured the soaring dance-rock anthem "Common People." Following a 2001 collaboration with Cocker's hero, Scott Walker, the band was put on indefinite hiatus.
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 NME.COM - News - PULP IT?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
JARVIS COCKER has hinted there might still be a future for PULP - eventhough none of the reasons he joined a band in the first place are still valid to him.
Pulp are currently without a record deal and the UK chart placing for their 'Greatest Hits' compilation was disappointing.
Cocker did say that his reasons for joining a band over twenty years ago, would not be why he is in a band today.
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The band recorded a demo in late 1980 and gave the tape to BBC radio personality John Peel at one of his remote radio broadcasts.
As this version of the band released a handful of singles in '85, Cocker was severely injured, falling 30' from a window.
In the summer of '95, Pulp accepted a last minute headlining slot at the Glastonbury Festival that The Stone Roses had to cancel.
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 Guardian Unlimited Arts | Arts features | Pop review: Pulp's final concert
Auto, furthermore, suggests that Pulp wish to be remembered not as a cult band who triumphed in the major leagues against the odds, or for Jarvis's subversion of Michael Jackson on live TV, but for their ineffable coolness.
Pulp play the minor-key acid disco version tonight and omit 'Disco 2000', another important hit from their zenith.
If any of Pulp's faithful are disgruntled, it's disguised by the whoops and hugging and cries of 'More!' as the band wander off in a clang of dissonance.
arts.guardian.co.uk /features/story/0,11710,864720,00.html   (1009 words)

 Pulp News
Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker is dropping his last name for his forthcoming solo release - so he can be held in the same esteem as Madonna, J.Lo and Prince.
Having had all their pre-Island back catalogue re-released after their first taste of success, Pulp are about to enjoy seeing their more recent past repackaged to haunt them: His n Hers, Different Class and...
PULP star JARVIS COCKER decided to retire from the music industry before changing his mind to record a solo album.
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 Pulp News
After reading the lyrics of the song, a representative of the Labour Party said she did not even understand half of it, and that Jarvis is entitled to his views.
The band performed 6 song live set from Pulp consisting of "The Fear", "This Is Hardcore", "Dishes", "Help the Aged", "Seductive Barry" and "Party Hard." to an invitation only party of 500 poeples.
Richard Hawley of the Longpigs augmented the band's line-up with rhythm and bass guitar.
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 The Greatest Band Of All Time - Sing Along With the Common People: Pulp
Pulp finished their career with We Love Life, a Scott Walker-produced LP and an intense shift away from everything that had preceded--it was their first major flub.
Posted by: Roby Yanra at June 1, 2005 08:34 PM PULP expressed the desolate exuberance of those who have been slipping through the cracks all their lives to find that everybody slips through the cracks eventually--Jarvis Cocker wrote about the sensitive loner that was there all along.
Cocker was so good with perversely second-guessing inner monologue that listening to his lyrics were like putting on a pair of corrective lenses--the guilt of dislocation at the end of the party, the painful crush on the beautiful girl who is used for sex, & the ensuing morose sadism moralizing about her whorishness.
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 Amazon.com: This Is Hardcore: Music: Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Pulp frontman-lyricist Jarvis Cocker is still obsessed with making his concerns those of his audience and the even wider world.
Bespectacled Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker is a crooner from the old school, a frock-sleeved dandy who's not afraid to emote with exaggerated aplomb.
Pulp is certainly a shining example of the latter.
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 made in sheffield | pulp
They talk about their experiences of that time, Jarvis comments on their then favourite local band Artery and talk about Sheffield night life in those post punk years.
Pulp's involvement in the scene was still marginal compared to the other bands like the Human league, which were all a few years older than them.
In 1980, Marcus Featherby a local band manager took them under his wing and organised their first gig at the Rotherham Arts Centre.
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 The Desperate Band Appreciation Society -Pittsburgh Pulp   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Although the music was still power pop, the band began adopting a more crunchy, garage-band sound, thanks primarily to Lally's purchase of a Les Paul Standard, which helped to unleash his heretofore untapped ability to wrench the perfect note from any spot on the fretboard with real feeling and panache.
Tensions within the band began to increase, compounded by disastrous tours, low-selling but highly regarded releases, ill-attended local shows and volatile lineup shifts that culminated in an uncharacteristically well attended breakup show in March 1997 at Luciano's, a coffee shop and occasional music venue which stood across Forbes Avenue from the Duquesne campus.
The band felt that their first show without Rust, on January 30, went as well as could be expected.
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