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8 thoughts on “ Mis-Shapes - Pulp - Different Class (Cassette, Album)

  1. Pulp - Different Class (,Ltd) 2xCD VG/VG+ Ad n° - Post on August 3 at PM Disc 1/2 – Different Class: Attributes: none Tracklist: Mis-Shapes Pencil Skirt Common People I Spy Disco 1 .
  2. About “Different Class” 3 contributors This is the fifth album by Pulp. It was released in , at the peak of the Britpop movement, and transformed them into an essential part of the British.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Different Class on Discogs/5(7).
  4. Jan 21,  · This week, my Tuesday Ten series goes in a new direction - as I've not written it. A few weeks ago, I posted an innocent post on Facebook asking my friends what they considered their perfect albums and got an avalanche of suggestions. Over comments and suggested albums later, I thought it might be.
  5. Aside from 'Mis-Shapes' and its sympathetic portrayal of those persecuted by the style elite of Passions Nitespot, 'Different Class' is full of characters excluded from something. ' Disco ' has the protagonist rueing a childhood friendship that didn't reach full fruition: " They said that when we grew up, we'd get married and never split.
  6. Pulp. Different Class UK & EUROPE, , Format: Vinyl,LP, Album, Reissue Buy Now £ Delivery Cost. Buy now and the colour of the disk in the album image may be different. You are welcome to ask us to check and verify details of the item before purchasing.
  7. If Jarvis Cocker and the rest of Pulp had decided that literature was greater than music they might have written their album Different Class as a set of novels - just like this The books in this print are all based on those classic Penguin orange and white paperbacks from the s & s.
  8. Editors' Notes An iconic album telling timeless tales of sex, class struggles, and insecurity. Dreamt up by Jarvis Cocker on a Casiotone keyboard, “Common People” is the instantaneous mega-hit destined for dance floors of all future generations, “Mis-Shapes” a call to arms for society’s outsiders, while coming-of-age anthems “Disco ” and “F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.

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