This is an album from my teenage years. It’s disquieting and challenging to revisit the past in a way. I also can’t sing this in key even though I know all the words. I blame Mr Cocker. I like how Pulp’s albums circumvent what the arrangement of a pop song is like through his spoken parts.
I really enjoyed the opportunity to listen to this for the first time, and it won’t be the last I don’t think. Also the experiences of them experimenting with sound I liked.
Didn’t think I’d recognise any of it but knew Stay. Reminded me a bit of Martin.
Just what the Dr ordered. Also appreciated the instrumentality
Loved this album also listened to more of his stuff and have listened to a lot more Sam Cooke than had previously thought.
Wasn’t enjoying the live aspects. Some tracks I didn’t know Cyndi Lauper recorded. Don’t think I will go back to revisit this as much as the others so far.
Nick really liked this one
Sarah used to listen to this album in the 1990s it prompted a request to see more baby pics. Sarah doesn’t have them but does have her early gymnast’s certificate when she was extremely white. :-)
Nick: not a fan
Became background, although I used to listen to this album a lot. A few tracks surprised- sounded a bit like Prodigy/Underworld. Also ‘Guitar flute and strings’ raised a fun chat
I’ve not listened to anything other than his hits really so it was an invitation.
Well that was, different.
Sarah’s Mum’s favourite album 🤗🥰
Nick thought it was a belter
Another one for Nic
Don’t know much about this
This was played so much growing up.
What a back catalogue
Nick was not a fan
Surpise! Not hip hop at all! 😂
Quite liked that
OH MY! 😍🥰😍
I’ll play catch up on this one.
Nick was loving it!
A resounding cheer from Sass and Nick. I planted the back window box to some of it.
Need to catch up on this one
Bit rock and roll- I liked it