Pulp Tickets - A Different Class of Britpop
One of the cornerstones of the '90s music scene alongside Blur and Oasis,
Pulp's distinctive disco sound are peppered with post-punk style. Fronted by the ever-controversial Jarvis Cocker, Pulp live
take influences from David Bowie and Roxy Music to bring a rough and ready edge to the Britpop sound. After a brief hiatus
Pulp return to the forefront of British music with lashings of art-school attitude, as a glam rock incarnation of high-brow
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Pulp Biography - Independently Successful
Forming in Sheffield when Jarvis Cocker and band-mate Peter Dalton were just 15, Pulp enjoyed a period of musical exploration
in the eighties, heavily inspired by legend John Peel's eclectic taste. Sending a mixtape to the iconic DJ, Pulp granted a
Peel Session to kick off their career into mainstream music, now Pulp the band feature as a typical name on any 1990's indie
Of the many obscure Pulp albums released at the start of their career A Different Class and His 'n' Hers hit
the mainstream, including singles 'Common People', 'Disco 2000' and 'Babies' in the Pulp discography. Infamously pulling down
his trousers during Michael Jackson's BRIT Awards performance in 1996 - front-man Jarvis Cocker's reputation often precedes
Pulp live appearances. It is this anti-establishment attitude coupled with middle-class 'kitchen sink drama' that encapsulates
the sound of the Pulp UK tour even today.
Pulp fans will gravitate towards the Britpop style of alternative pop acts such as Graham Coxon, Stone Roses and New Order. Buy and sell tickets
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