9 thoughts on “ Disco 2000 - Pulp - Different Class (Cassette, Album) ”
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.
It's Wednesday night, we're past the halfway point in the week and h ere is yet another Britpop album battle for you to make a decision on. As you know by now, all you need to do is read this blog, make up your mind on which album you want to see in the Quarter-Finals and then head over to my [ more words ] esexsioperstilesumconscompesicheck.coinfoess.
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.
Pulp's "different class" is a brilliant, eccentric, irresistible pop album about fucking and fucking up. And you might not like it – at first. The record is rife with sexual combat and bitter recrimination.