PULP

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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. 

Tracklist

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