PULP – Help The Aged

"Help the Aged" is a song by British alternative rock band Pulp from their 1998 album, This Is Hardcore. Written as a sarcastic reflection of Pulp singer Jarvis Cocker's ageing, the song was disliked by Pulp guitarist Russell Senior who left the band before the song's release and sought to prevent it from being released… Continue lendo PULP – Help The Aged

Jarvis Cocker reacts to his Iconic Moments | Penguin Books UK

We asked Jarvis to re-live some of his most iconic moments, reacting to everything from Pulp's first interview, to Glastonbury 1995, and appearing in Harry Potter. Order your copy of Good Pop, Bad Pop here: https://amzn.to/3OdaKaL When Jarvis Cocker starts clearing out his loft, he finds a jumble of objects that catalogue his story and… Continue lendo Jarvis Cocker reacts to his Iconic Moments | Penguin Books UK

PULP – Countdown | Live @ Olympia (2012)

Countdown is from Pulp's Separations album (1992). Live @ L'Olympia, 13th November 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Efwehi4x_wQ Oh I was seventeen,When I heard the countdown start, it started slowly,And I thought it was my heart but then I realised,That this time it was for real there was no place to hide,I had to go out and feel,But there… Continue lendo PULP – Countdown | Live @ Olympia (2012)

SHATTER CLUB – Countdown (Pulp)

"Countdown" is taken from Pulp's Separations (1992) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpvsLWzsXxg Oh I was seventeen,When I heard the countdown start, it started slowly,And I thought it was my heart but then I realised,That this time it was for real there was no place to hide,I had to go out and feel,But there was time to kill,And so I,… Continue lendo SHATTER CLUB – Countdown (Pulp)

PULP – Countdown

From Separations (1992) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tb5JTnWgynE Oh I was seventeen,When I heard the countdown start, it started slowly,And I thought it was my heart but then I realised,That this time it was for real there was no place to hide,I had to go out and feel,But there was time to kill,And so I, I walked my way… Continue lendo PULP – Countdown

JEFF ROSENSTOCK – Dishes (Pulp)

Jeffrey Ernest Rosenstock is an American musician, multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter from Long Island, United States. He is known for his former bands Bomb the Music Industry! and The Arrogant Sons of Bitches, as well as for his work as a solo artist and as a composer for Craig of the Creek. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UaPpt53h18 "Dishes" is… Continue lendo JEFF ROSENSTOCK – Dishes (Pulp)

PULP – Countdown (live)

Countdown is taken from Separations (1992). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gnlcF24Zr0 Oh I was seventeen,When I heard the countdown start, it started slowly,And I thought it was my heart but then I realised,That this time it was for real there was no place to hide,I had to go out and feel,But there was time to kill,And so I, I… Continue lendo PULP – Countdown (live)

PULP – Weeds (live)

"Weeds" is taken from We Love Life (2001). Performed live in front of a TV audience in 2001. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-5Wz4YBp1E We came across the North Sea with our carriers on our kneesWound up in some holding camp somewhere outside Leeds.Because we do not care to fight, my friends - we are the weeds.Because we got no… Continue lendo PULP – Weeds (live)

Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker tells his life story through the contents of his loft | BBC Newsnight

Jarvis Cocker on the memorable contents of his loft, whether he’d write some of his Pulp lyrics about sex and consent now and growing up in Sheffield in the 80s during Thatcherism. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbQnrfeVrIQ Would Jarvis Cocker write some of the lyrics he wrote for Pulp back then about sex, consent and voyeurism? The singer-songwriter has… Continue lendo Pulp’s Jarvis Cocker tells his life story through the contents of his loft | BBC Newsnight

PULP – Live @ Munich Alabamahalle (24/06/96)

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