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5 Best: Pulp

Pulp formed in Sheffield in 1978, but the band did not find commercial success until the 1990’s and the emergence of Brit Pop. Their first Top 40 on the UK charts, Do You Remember The First Time, came in this period. They have had songs on several soundtracks, including Great Expectations and Trainspotting.

Here are 5 of my favorite songs by Pulp.

#5-Something Changed

From the album Different Class, which was the bands fifth studio album, and released in the UK on 30 October 1995. Something Changed gives us a softer side of Jarvis Cocker.
#4-Feeling Called Love
I went to our favorite rocker boy Owen for a little help with this post, I knew he was also a big Pulp fan. He chose Feeling Called Love and I had to agree. The song is also from the album Different Class. It is the intro, and Jarvis’ speaking that start the song off perfectly before the real fun begins and the music kicks in.
#3-This is Hardcore

Title track to the album that was released in March of 1998. This is Hardcore was Pulp’s sixth studio album and ranks as my favorite of them all. The album as a whole is dark and moody. The song? You almost need that after sex cigarette after listening .

From Pulp’s fourth studio album, His & Hers. The album was released in April 1994 and considered the bands break out album. The song itself is catchy and once you hear it your singing it all day, but more importantly can we speak about Jarvis Cocker‘s epic dancing in the video??
#1-Like A Friend

This song was on the Great Expectations movie soundtrack. One of the most heartbreaking songs out there.  Possibly because so many of us have had that one relationship where we would come running to do it again.

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<p>You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day.<br /> If I’m not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc, I’m an avid vinyl lover and I have the receipts to prove it.</p>