History Music / Pulp

5th Feb '16 3:11:43 PM AgProv
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* UpperClassTwit: the clueless rich girl who is portrayed in "Common People".
28th Apr '15 10:46:32 AM nombretomado
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* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot, with "Common People" as the standout on class. Although there's also "I Spy" (see TakeThat, above).

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* ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: UsefulNotes/ATouchOfClassEthnicityAndReligion: A lot, with "Common People" as the standout on class. Although there's also "I Spy" (see TakeThat, above).
6th Mar '15 4:42:30 PM ThornBrain
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Then in 1995, after the greatly successful releases of the single 'Common People' and album ''Different Class'', as well as a performance at the Glastonbury festival, Pulp achieved full penetration. Though they never quite eclipsed the ever-feuding Music/{{Blur}} and Music/{{Oasis}} in commercial popularity, they received heaps of critical adoration, most of it focusing on Jarvis' wry and witty lyrics. However, the morning after was not nearly so enjoyable for Jarvis. The backlash from his stage invasion during {{Michael Jackson}}'s performance at the 1996 Brit Awards resulted in a night in jail and [[NeverLiveitDown much attention of the wrong kind.]] [[note]] Though when you actually [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgG-XJgmXdU watch the performance]] it's not hard to [[{{Narcissist}} see]] [[ItsAllAboutMe why]] [[VanityProject he]] invaded the stage. [[/note]] This, combined with the pressures of fame, [[CreatorBreakdown resulted in his descent into a dark place]]. The followup album that Pulp were trying to piece together ended up taking more than a year to record and when it was finished, ''This is Hardcore'' sounded [[DarkerAndEdgier very different indeed]].

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Then in 1995, after the greatly successful releases of the single 'Common People' and album ''Different Class'', as well as a performance at the Glastonbury festival, Pulp achieved full penetration. Though they never quite eclipsed the ever-feuding Music/{{Blur}} and Music/{{Oasis}} in commercial popularity, they received heaps of critical adoration, most of it focusing on Jarvis' wry and witty lyrics. However, the morning after was not nearly so enjoyable for Jarvis. The backlash from his stage invasion during {{Michael Jackson}}'s Music/MichaelJackson's performance at the 1996 Brit Awards resulted in a night in jail and [[NeverLiveitDown much attention of the wrong kind.]] [[note]] Though when you actually [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgG-XJgmXdU watch the performance]] it's not hard to [[{{Narcissist}} see]] [[ItsAllAboutMe why]] [[VanityProject he]] invaded the stage. [[/note]] This, combined with the pressures of fame, [[CreatorBreakdown resulted in his descent into a dark place]]. The followup album that Pulp were trying to piece together ended up taking more than a year to record and when it was finished, ''This is Hardcore'' sounded [[DarkerAndEdgier very different indeed]].
6th Mar '15 1:23:33 PM BadSplice
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Then in 1995, after the greatly successful releases of the single 'Common People' and album ''Different Class'', as well as a performance at the Glastonbury festival, Pulp achieved full penetration. Though they never quite eclipsed the ever-feuding Music/{{Blur}} and Music/{{Oasis}} in commercial popularity, they received heaps of critical adoration, most of it focusing on Jarvis' wry and witty lyrics. However, the morning after was not nearly so enjoyable for Jarvis. The backlash from his stage invasion during {{Michael Jackson}}'s performance at the 1996 Brit Awards resulted in a night in jail and [[NeverLiveitDown much attention of the wrong kind.]] This, combined with the pressures of fame, [[CreatorBreakdown resulted in his descent into a dark place]]. The followup album that Pulp were trying to piece together ended up taking more than a year to record and when it was finished, ''This is Hardcore'' sounded [[DarkerAndEdgier very different indeed]].

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Then in 1995, after the greatly successful releases of the single 'Common People' and album ''Different Class'', as well as a performance at the Glastonbury festival, Pulp achieved full penetration. Though they never quite eclipsed the ever-feuding Music/{{Blur}} and Music/{{Oasis}} in commercial popularity, they received heaps of critical adoration, most of it focusing on Jarvis' wry and witty lyrics. However, the morning after was not nearly so enjoyable for Jarvis. The backlash from his stage invasion during {{Michael Jackson}}'s performance at the 1996 Brit Awards resulted in a night in jail and [[NeverLiveitDown much attention of the wrong kind.]] [[note]] Though when you actually [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgG-XJgmXdU watch the performance]] it's not hard to [[{{Narcissist}} see]] [[ItsAllAboutMe why]] [[VanityProject he]] invaded the stage. [[/note]] This, combined with the pressures of fame, [[CreatorBreakdown resulted in his descent into a dark place]]. The followup album that Pulp were trying to piece together ended up taking more than a year to record and when it was finished, ''This is Hardcore'' sounded [[DarkerAndEdgier very different indeed]].
4th Sep '14 10:50:09 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* StepfordSmiler: From "The Fear":
--->This is the sound of someone losing the plot/Making out that they're okay when they're not.
28th Jul '14 11:33:47 AM major-kumquat
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4th Jun '14 5:24:18 PM ThornBrain
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* CreatorBreakdown - Jarvis, after ''Different Class''. ''This is Hardcore'' is the result.



* PromotedFanboy:
** Mark Webber was the president of the band's fan club before becoming their guitarist in 1995.
** Jarvis was a big fan of Music/ScottWalker before Scott produced ''We Love Life''. The two are now good friends.



** "Wickerman" from ''We Love Life'' is an entire song of this trope; Jarvis literally just speaks over background music for nearly eight minutes.

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** "Wickerman" from ''We Love Life'' is an entire song of this trope; Jarvis literally just speaks speaking over background music for nearly eight minutes.



** "I Spy" idolises the luvvie lifestyle then viciously trashes it.

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** "I Spy" idolises idolizes the luvvie lifestyle then viciously trashes it.
25th Apr '14 11:33:08 AM Quag15
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* EpicRocking - "David's Last Summer", "The Day After The Revolution" ([[NoExportForYou except on the U.S. release]]), "Seductive Barry", "Wickerman".

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* EpicRocking - "David's Last Summer", "The Day After The Revolution" ([[NoExportForYou except on the U.S. release]]), "Seductive Barry", "Wickerman"."Wickerman", "This Is Hardcore".
19th Mar '14 9:37:46 AM NemesisKane
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** The very beginning of "Acrylic Afternoons", on ''His 'N' Hers''.

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** The very beginning of "Acrylic Afternoons", on and most of "David's Last Summer" from ''His 'N' Hers''.
9th Oct '13 10:44:20 AM DaveyDoodlebug
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* WretchedHive: "Mile End"
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