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Monday, April 20th, 2009
6:00 am

THROWBACK is a London club night and we're having a PULP SPECIAL on Friday the 24th of APRIL.

Here's the blurb, pulp fans:


April the 24th at the Phoenix bar, Cavendish Square. http://www.beerintheevening.com/pubs/s/25/25974/Phoenix/Oxford_Circus


Do you remember dancing in your provincial night-club or student disco? Do you remember the way the dance floor packed out to Echo and The Bunnymen, Carter USM, The Wedding Present, Blur or Pulp?



Aren’t you sick of the same club nights playing the same haircut indie /nu rave / myspace-ache?
Aren't you sick of the fact that the only time they play one of YOUR songs is in an ‘ironic’ way?
Don't you wish you had a club to go to that you actually like?

THROWBACK is that club night!


Current Mood: excited
Sunday, November 23rd, 2008
3:50 pm
Friday, October 31st, 2008
12:59 am
relaxed muscle photos
does anyone have a decent-sized photo (as in something bigger and clearer than 300x300) of jarv in his relaxed muscle make-up? because of lack of planning, i decided to just paint my face as a skeleton because of how he looks in r.m. photos, but just now i tried to google-search and i cant find any good photos.

so, please help!!

thanks! x
Friday, September 19th, 2008
8:44 pm
Happy birthday!!!
Happy Birhday, my dear Jarvis!!!!

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008
7:22 pm
The Verve Album OUT TODAY!
The Verve album, Forth, is out TODAY!!!!




• Deluxe Boxset: A deluxe boxset will be available solely from The Verve's Official Store. This version will consist of a double heavyweight gatefold LP vinyl (containing two bonus tracks not on the CD version of the album), limited edition CD & DVD edition of the album, and an exclusive memorabilia tour book.

• CD & DVD Package: Available from play.com for £8.95 Delivered: A special CD and DVD package, featuring an exclusive band documentary and live footage from The Verve's headlining appearance at Coachella in May 2008, packaged in a case bound tour book.

• Heavyweight LP: Available exclusively from The Verve's Official Store: LP includes 2 tracks not featured on the CD or CD/DVD albums.

• Original CD Album: You can also buy the standard CD album FROM The Verve's Official Store.

• Digital Download:
If you pre-order the album from itunes you'll receive 'Judas' as soon as you place your order, as well as exclusive live versions of 'Lucky Man' live from Coachella 2008 and 'A New Decade' live from Glastonbury 2008.
7 Digital: Album Of The Week: 'Forth' is available at a special price of £5 until the end of next week.


• Original CD Album: Available from Amazon for $7.99.

• Digital Download:Available for $9.99 from itunes, people buying from here will receive a bonus track ‘Mama Soul’ and an exclusive documentary feature.


::can now die happy that the verve have a new album out::
Wednesday, August 20th, 2008
4:06 pm
new album from The Verve
i know that this is not pulp icon related, but i also know that a lot of people here are Verve fans.... so i thought i'd share that you can hear the new album here. my favorite song is definitely "Sit & Wonder" ... "Noise Epic" is a close second... what about you?:

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008
10:38 pm
[22] fight club
[29] pulp (babies music video)
[21] fashion & models (i-d magazine covers)
[47] jared leto

here @ heartsmoke
Saturday, March 8th, 2008
9:30 pm
pulp / jarvis cocker (batch #2)
x. credit
x. comment
x. no hot linking
x. blanks are not bases
x. enjoy

1-15: pulp
16-47: jarvis cocker
teasers: (you name the drama and i'll play the part)
Friday, August 10th, 2007
11:41 pm
pulp / jarvis cocker
x. credit
x. comment
x. no hot linking
x. blanks are not bases
x. enjoy

1-47: 'common people' video
48-59: pulp
60-97: jarvis cocker

(do you remember the first time?)
Monday, July 2nd, 2007
8:18 pm
I'm new...
im Kim from seattle.
im a (almost 30) year old girl who just recently in april got to see jarvis live for the first time(front row)
got to touch him and interact with him alot..even did a naughty crotch grab!! (oh yes i did)
anyway my LJ is pretty jarvo heavy and i think my other friends are annoyed by this...given that they dont even know who pulp is.
so would anyone like to read my profile and add me?
feel free lovelies!!


Current Mood: creative
Monday, February 26th, 2007
7:40 pm
at the risk of being annoying, i'm trying to track down the largest possible image/scan of Pulp's "This is Hardcore"-era logo.


a little help?
Wednesday, February 14th, 2007
11:23 am
Offbeat indie night - Pulp Special, Sheffield, Fri 16 Feb 07
** Offbeat **

- chosen as the UK's ultimate indie disco by BBC Radio 6 -

Sheffield's legendary indiepoppunk night presents its 3rd annual

~ Pulp Special ~

9pm to 1am

@ The Raynor Lounge, Sheffield University SU, Glossop Rd, Sheffield

admission £3.00 on the door

includes free lollipops & stickers

Free 'Pulp Map of Sheffield' wallchart and sticker set to first 30 or so in!

Note the later-than-usual finish so you can come along after the Jarvis gig at Plug

playing 15-20 tracks by Pulp...
plus the usual mix of classic and current leftfield indie, pop-punk, C86, new indiepop underground and lo-fi sounds</b> from the likes of ...

Belle and Sebastian - Pavement - Interpol - Architecture in Helsinki - Arcade Fire - Smiths - Futureheads - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Camera Obscura - Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Bright Eyes - Tilly and the Wall - Organ - Shins - Half Man Half Biscuit - Spinto Band - Los Campesinos! - Delgados - MSTU - Sonic Youth - Pixies - Mclusky - Polyphonic Spree - Ballboy - Buzzcocks - Long Blondes - Wedding Present - Hefner - Decemberists - Dead Kennedys - Rilo Kiley - Fall - Graham Coxon - Field Mice - Kenickie - Sleater Kinney - REM - Animal Collective - Postal Service - Joy Division - Envelopes - Bearsuit - Hidden Cameras - Stereolab - Nirvana - Pastels - Mates of State - Morrissey - Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - White Stripes - Elastica - Super Furry Animals - Bis - Ash - Talulah Gosh - At the Drive-in - Pipettes - Helen Love - Idlewild - British Sea Power - Moldy Peaches - Ride - Jesus and Mary Chain - My Bloody Valentine - Urusei Yatsura - Undertones - Shop Assistants - Eels... and many more!

* more information, including past playlists and admission details for non-students, at




Tuesday, December 19th, 2006
2:38 am
I`m just asking you to give your voice for my photo . It`s too simple :) We thank you

kindly... (on error, refresh the page)
Monday, December 18th, 2006
4:18 pm
I'm new here...

anyway, just wondering if anyone has any pictures from the Babies (1994 version) video?
I was going to screenshot it, but the DVD won't play on this computer!

Current Mood: creative
Friday, December 1st, 2006
12:41 am
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Here you go:

Saturday, September 30th, 2006
2:19 pm
Jarvis returnes
Jarvis Cocker has confirmed the first details of his debut solo album.

The former Pulp star will release "Jarvis" in November, following a series of upcoming lives shows, which commence next month.

It is currently unclear if "Running The World", the recent online only single which berates the globe's political leaders, features on the album.

Jarvis plays the following live dates

October 2006

04+05 Dublin Point Theatre
21 London Barbican Hall


12 Paris La Cigale
15 London KOKO
16 London Roundhouse

"Jarvis" is released on Rough Trade on November 13.


they messed up a bit with the live dates.
he definitely will play KOKO on 15 November (which is SOLD OUT) and Roundhouse Theatre on 16 December (tickets are still available so hurry up!)

Monday, July 31st, 2006
12:59 pm
His & Hers, Different Class and This Is Hardcore are being re-issued this year, and the tracklistings have just been announced. Each comes with a bonus cd. I was expecting these to be just compilations of b-sides but instead the powers that be have miraculously decided to include the unreleased session tracks aswell. These include songs like "Watching Nicky" and "We Can Dance Again," the mere existence of which was hotly debated before.
I'm so excited about this that I woke up in bed yesterday not sure if I'd dreamed it all.

Take a look:

His & Hers
Different Class
This Is Hardcore
Wednesday, April 26th, 2006
1:21 pm
Sat April 29 - PANIC - w/ Manchester Britpop backroom - Toronto

This Saturday join hundreds of people partying at Toronto's best retro party. The mainroom has DJ Lazarus spinning a mix of retro 80's and 90's with new wave, classic alternatives, ska, britpop, industrial, dance, grunge, and more. This is a great night filled with fun people. I hope you can make it this month.

PANIC - the ultimate retro party
Funhaus - 526 Queen St West - Toronto
10pm-4am 19+ event
FREE before 11pm $5 after

Mainroom: DJ Lazarus
Backroom: Manchester/Britpop with DJ Griz

Next PANIC - Sat May 27. PANIC happens the last Saturday every month.
Saturday, March 11th, 2006
9:59 pm
anyone else check out the deleted scenes on the new harry potter movie?
there's a whole scene of the weird sisters that should have been in the movie
the more pulp/radiohead/harry potter hybrid band the better
Tuesday, January 10th, 2006
4:53 pm
Does anybody know what music/bands Jarvis listens to/likes/has been inspired by?
Wednesday, January 4th, 2006
11:21 am
Thursday, December 22nd, 2005
11:01 pm
Hey, I'm Liam and I just joined.

I'm fifteen, I live in Brisbane, Australia and I got into Pulp about a year ago. My other favourite bands are Oasis and Suede.

I don't really have anything else to say... except, are there any of you from Aus? I'd love to chat with you sometime. Bye then!

EDIT: Who likes Relaxed Muscle? I do!
Tuesday, December 20th, 2005
8:28 pm
i've been looking for nice pulp posters but all i can find is this. please if you know of a good site tell me.

delete this if its unacceptable.
Saturday, December 3rd, 2005
12:03 am
Lots of Videos!
I found this site with several Pulp videos.
They're meant to be put in blogs and such, so they aren't the best quality.
Still cool nonetheless.
Here's the link in case you're interested:

Friday, November 18th, 2005
10:11 pm
i just saw harry potter and the goblet of fire
there was the briefest of brief glimps at jarvis

i almost couldn't pay attention to the dialogue because i wanted to hear jarvis more
Saturday, October 29th, 2005
6:54 pm
NME.com: Jarvis Cocker breaks his silence

Pulp singer bears his soul on TV

Jarvis Cocker gives a rare television interview tonight (October 28).

The Pulp singer, who has been absent from public life in recent years, breaks his silence in an interview with Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark, broadcast at 10pm on BBC4.

Cocker tells Wark: "The celebrity thing is a big factor, a big myth in our society. I think it's almost like, without getting too pompous about it, it's almost like something to believe in, isn't it, it's like heaven, it's like believing in going to heaven, it's like thinking 'God, if I get famous, everything is going to be alright'."

And of the state of contemporary politics, Cocker reckons, "I would just like something a bit more alive. You know, it's like the nearest thing to an act if social insurrection recently was people scrapping outside Ikea because they had cheap leather settees. Now I think that's sad - that that's what gets people worked up, a cheap settee."

He also talks openly about his "personal meltdown" following his rise to fame, and his intriguing involvement in the new Harry Potter film.


Did anyone happen to record it?

crossposted to jarvizcocker
Thursday, October 27th, 2005
12:36 am
HP album
This will go on my own LJ tomorrow, but a sneak preview for you guys :)


Apparently, only two of the three tracks on which Jarvis sings on the new Harry Potter soundtrack were actually written by him. Guessing which two is something of a tricky game, because there's something distinctively Pulp about all three, even apart from Jarvis' (slower, rockier, older) voice.

First up, and the one that's circulating widely around t'internet, The Night. The music is a darker repeated stretch of Franz Ferdinand's Take Me Out, specifically substituting classic Pulp lyrics on a Potter theme, so that "I say don't you know / You say you don't know / I say Take Me Out" becomes "So take your hands off me / tonight I'm breaking free / This is the night". Apart from that it's got all the classic sounds of what made early Pulp sound dark and just right for Harry Potter - pitched somewhere between Masters of the Universe and The Mark of the Devil. On the other hand, it's got some of the sound of Jarvis' later work - Relaxed Muscle fans may hear more than mere echoes of 3way accumulator. It suffers a little from being an in-between song, it would be difficult to dance to (though I'm more than willing to have a try), but it's not one of the pure lyrical numbers either. Expect protests about it being filthy. I don't care, it's Jarvis, singing something properly, for the first time in ages.

Secondly, and here I don't have such a good recording, favourite for not being written by Jarvis, disco-comedy song Do The Hippogriff. While it's the most likely not be Jarvis' work, there are some trademarks. The straight noise intro like Do You Remember The First Time or Razamatazz, only a straight shout, which sounds like a song I can't place at all, and dig for a while to discover is We Are The Boys from Velvet Goldmine. Once I've figured that out there are other similarities in the song - though the latter isn't introduced with Jarvis shouting "Alright Hogwarts! Are you ready for some real music?". It's supremely silly. The lyrics aren't overwhelmingly Jarvis, which is what makes it possible he didn't write it, but someone's shoved in the "ma ma ma ma ma ma ma" that only Jarvis can do. As to the lyrics, well... "I spin around like a crazy elf / dancing by himself / I boogie down like a unicorn / I won't stop until the break of dawn". You get the idea.

Finally, and I will eat my ears if Jarvis didn't write this, Magic Works. The title's a bad start, sounds dangerously like some sort of Disney love song. Well, don't panic, but there's more than a bit of that in the music too... soft intro; "This one's going out to to all the lovers out there. Hold each other tight, and keep each other warm". But of course it's not slushy rubbish, it's Jarvis, and the sentimental sweeping orchestration belies something darker behind the words. It's classic early or late Pulp, somewhere between She's a Lady and I Want You, probably closer to the latter. It bears a remarkable resemblance to unreleased track The Quiet Revolution and brings a tear to the eye, but then it's me, so what doesn't? Oh yeah, real life. What would be soppy and trite from Dido is haunting and layered with meaning, at least for those of us whose emotional adolescence was soundtracked by Jarvis, from teenage fumblings to His'N'Hers, through drunken sixth form nights to Different Class, to post-university disorientation with We Love Life.

"And dance ... Your final dance / This is ... Your final chance / To hold ... The one you love / You know you've waited ... long enough / So believe ... that magic works"

Well quite. Those who strictly liked Different Class only won't see anything in this to make them optimistic about the rumoured 2006 Jarvis solo album. Long-standing Jarvis-lovers will be glad that, whatever it is, he's still got it, somewhere, and many will be relieved that Relaxed Muscle was an experiment, not a whole new direction.
Monday, October 24th, 2005
7:38 am
Tonight's the night Open your door and i'll come inside
Death goes to the disco > Disco 2000

anyone agree?
Thursday, October 20th, 2005
11:53 pm
I'm making a cd for my cousin who's 14 and knows nothing about music!

What Pulp song do you suggest I'd use? I thought Babies but I'm not sure it's the best choice for a first encounter with Pulp.

Wednesday, September 21st, 2005
7:49 pm
Sunday, September 11th, 2005
8:45 pm
Tuesday, September 6th, 2005
8:22 am
I might be in Sheffield on Saturday 17th.

Does anyone know of any good clubs? Really I just want to listen to Pulp all night. If I can't I'll ask in sheffield_uk and just find something generically good :)
Saturday, August 27th, 2005
1:27 pm
hello there! first time i post here. my name is paola, i've been a huuuuge fan of pulp for ages, it was the first band i really got mad about.

yesterday i was emptying some drawers and i found some old magazine cuttings-and even a fanclub letter! i'm sure i have some other stuff hidden somewhere in my room..i don't know if you've seen all this before, anyway i thought i'd be nice to share it with you.

memorabilia-not very dial-up friendlyCollapse )

x-posted in jarvizcocker and hardcorepulp
Friday, April 29th, 2005
11:27 pm
more requests
hi, you are probably all getting sick of me already but
does anyone have disco 2000 and common people videos ? :)
you would recieve much love and happiness from me!

Current Mood: blank
2:11 am
first post.
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Thursday, April 28th, 2005
9:19 pm
does anyone have the video of misshapes and babies they could possibly upload or send to my email tashamintpet@hotmail.com?

thank you!xxx
Wednesday, April 27th, 2005
4:23 pm
Saturday, April 9th, 2005
11:24 pm
Pulp icons!
10 Pulp/Jarvis Cockery icons (and 14 stone roses!)
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(Totally (not)authentic lj cut )

xposted to _commonpeople, </a></b></a>british_bands , </a></b></a>jarvcocking , </a></b></a>swankers

Saturday, April 2nd, 2005
11:07 pm
Jarvis on the radio
Just incase anyone has forgotten, Jarvis is presenting Rocket Science on BBC 6 Music - it's on now.


cross-posted to hardcorepulp and jarvizcocker
Saturday, March 19th, 2005
4:22 pm
Thursday, March 17th, 2005
11:52 am

JARVIS COCKER is to take to the airwaves on BBC 6 MUSIC.

The Pulp singer will be presenting Rocket Science for two weeks on the digital radio station, kicking off on April 2 between 1-4pm.

Cocker - who is covering for presenter Marc Riley - said: “Je suis très excited.”
Thursday, February 17th, 2005
5:34 pm
attention everyone from SHEFFIELD: offbeat pulp special
* Offbeat *

an indiepoppunk night

presents it's first ever Pulp special

9pm to 1am

@ The Raynor Lounge, Sheffield University SU, Glossop Rd, Sheffield

admission £3.00 on the door

includes free lollipops & stickers

playing loads of Pulp tracks plus the usual mix of classic leftfield indie, pop-punk, C86, new indiepop underground and lo-fi sounds from the likes of ...

Belle and Sebastian - Pavement - Interpol - Delgados - Smiths - Futureheads - Sonic Youth - Pixies - Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Bright Eyes - Franz Ferdinand - Mclusky - Polyphonic Spree - Ballboy - Buzzcocks - Ladytron - Wedding Present - Hefner - Strokes - Manics - Long Blondes - Dead Kennedys - Fall - Blur - Field Mice - Kenickie - Sleater Kinney - REM - Grandaddy - Joy Division - Hidden Cameras - Stereolab - Nirvana - Pastels - Aislers Set - Morrissey - Libertines - Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Half Man Half Biscuit - White Stripes - Elastica - Super Furry Animals - Bis - Ash - Talulah Gosh - Camera Obscura - At the Drive-in - Helen Love - Idlewild - Dressy Bessy - British Sea Power - Moldy Peaches - Ride - ...Trail of Dead - Jesus and Mary Chain - My Bloody Valentine - Urusei Yatsura - Undertones - Dandy Warhols - Shop Assistants - Eels - Sebadoh...

and many more

* more info' inc past playlists and admission details for non-students at www.offbeatsheffield.com *
Thursday, January 27th, 2005
12:19 pm
pulp in belgium?
Random question, but does anybody know of any clubs in the Brussels area that regularly play Pulp or britpop in general??
Monday, November 29th, 2004
11:47 pm
Get a date with the night
Seeing as how I just spilt my cocktail all over my lap and the Whiskey is penetrating my underoo's, this post will be brief.

On friday December 31st ( that's New Years Eve to all you who did'nt know) Carlos Dengler or Carlos D. as most people know of him, will be our guest DJ at Lipgloss.
As well as being a heart throb Bass player in Interpol he is a stand up guy and a great DJ. I have spent many nights dancing a sweat up to his sets at Lit in NYC, and have spent many nights mooching girls off his arm. (you do what you gotta do)

So now you might be asking yourself, "Why the fuck is he telling me all this?". The answer is simple my sweeties. I want you! Yeah your hot ass.

Typically New Years Eve blows...No question about it. So that's why I'm letting you know FAR in advance before you have to commit to some sad assed dog washing party or some chips and dip party, rockin it in with Dick (98 years old) Clark. We've all been to those parties, shagged the wrong person, drank too much, talked to the most boring people all whilst looking good enoufe to eat off of a stick.

So this year I say tell your friends to stuff their parties, make plans to play some other dive bar that you'll probably play another 8 times before August, plan on smoking your first piece of crack another night, tell your Aunt that she has Alzheimer's and the Boogle tournament was last month...whatever. Just get your plump little cherub cheeks out to Lipgloss and kick the New Years Eve straight in the nuts!

For more information contact

or find Michael, me , or Tyler on Myspace

*first 30 people that respond get a tongue bath*
Monday, November 15th, 2004
10:29 pm
NME is having a poll for the sexiest rockstar:

Vote Jarvis please! He will send you a signed picture of himself in a macaroni frame he constructed all by his lonesome.
Tuesday, November 9th, 2004
5:45 pm
does anybody have the pulp video "this is hardcore" on their computes so they could im it to me?

if not tips on downloading it would be great, kazaa sucks!

we need it for the next episode of "Tony's Top 5 Video Countdown!"
Tuesday, October 26th, 2004
6:36 pm
From AcrylicAfternoons.com:

Following the sad news of John Peel's death earlier today, Jarvis has paid tribute to him by posting a message on the Radio 1 website. Peel was credited by Jarvis for 'validating' an early Pulp when he offered the band a coveted Peel Session in 1981. Pulp recorded a further three sessions for him in 1993, 1994 and 2001. Peel even gave Pulp the chance to host his radio show for three nights during November 1997 and more recently Pulp played at a party in celebration of Peel's 40 years in broadcasting. Here's what Jarvis had to say:

"It would be absolutely impossible to write a history of the last 40 years of the British music scene without mentioning John Peel's name. He was one of those few people about whom you could truly say that the world would have been a much different place without him. For many years he almost single-handedly championed new & challenging music in the U.K. Through his radio sessions he allowed unknown & unsigned bands to be heard for the first time. Through his work with the BBC World Service he brought some of those same bands to a Worldwide audience. On the few occasions I was fortunate enough to meet him I found him to be a witty but quite shy man who was completely unimpressed by the "razzmatazz" of the music industry but who could instantly lay his hands on any obscure single you could mention hearing on his show whilst in your teens.

My teens were when Peel was most important to me I guess: the local radio stations wouldn't play any "Punk Rock" cos they thought it "wasn't music". One night in frustration I started tuning the dial & suddenly - Bang! - there it was; I caught the end of an Elvis Costello track, heard the dry, slightly droney voice that followed & I was hooked. A whole new world opened up - stuff that you would never get to hear anywhere else. & it was fun! It wasn't dry & academic - the monologues that invariably followed each song were often as entertaining as the tracks themselves (sometimes more so). In a world that is becoming ever more homogenised & pre-programmed John Peel stuck up for the "sore thumbs" of the music scene & I really can't think of anyone who could have done it better or who's going to do it now he's gone. I will miss him greatly & my utmost sympathy goes out to his friends & family."
3:01 pm
Friday, October 22nd, 2004
3:43 pm
PULP news
Fans of Pulp and Harry Potter both have something to cheer about. According to The Sun, Jarvis Cocker has been brought on to score the soundtrack for Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire. If that isn’t enough to make you salivate with delight, Cocker will also make a cameo in the film. Wait… is that the sound of diehard Britpop fans around the world wetting themselves? Yes it is. Myself included. Supposedly the new Potter director Mike Newell wanted to change things up a bit after John Williams scored the past three films. According to The Sun’s anonymous source at Warner Brothers, “Everyone here is really excited about Jarvis being involved in Goblet Of Fire. He is a very talented musician who is a big fan of movies and knows exactly how they work. You may just think Jarvis is the bloke in specs who fronted Pulp but he is a man with many hidden depths.”

In fact, it was Cocker who approached Franz Ferdinand to write a track for the upcoming film. Singer Alex Kapranos told VH1, “We've been asked to write some music.There's a section where there's a band of ugly sisters playing and I think, well, some members of Franz Ferdinand may be the ugly sisters in the band." Jarvis Cocker AND Franz Ferdinand working together for the good of mankind. Is it just me, or does Jarvis eerily resemble Harry Potter a bit? Cocker does have much better glasses.
Tuesday, October 12th, 2004
6:37 pm
You Think That Poor Is Cool
You are Pulp. Youre quite popular as most people
find it easy to relate to you. You can be a
little eccentric at times, but this only makes
you more endearing to the people around you.
You refuse to conform - people tend to change
to suite you and you plan to keep it that way.

Which Britpop Band Are You?
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