“PETITENGET” - off jalan kayu aya, you can see this big hoarding. (Taken with instagram)
inept graham biting his nail and a skateboard.
Then That Goes In There: A Pulp Primer
Pulp are an English alternative rock band formed in Sheffield in 1978. Their lineup consists of Jarvis Cocker (vocals, guitar), Russell Senior (violin, guitar), Candida Doyle (keyboards), Mark Webber (guitar), Steve Mackey (bass) and Nick Banks (drums). Throughout the 1980s, the band struggled to find success, but gained prominence in the UK in the mid-1990s with the release of the albums His ‘n’ Hers in 1994 and particularly Different Class in 1995, which reached the number one spot in the UK Albums Chart. Pulp’s musical style during this period consisted of disco influenced pop-rock coupled with “kitchen sink drama“-style lyrics. Jarvis Cocker and the band became major figures in the Britpop movement, and were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 1994 for His ‘n’ Hers. (Wikipedia)
Cocker’s cunning lyrics are marked by his baritone moaning and screeching (don’t let this put you off; it’s interesting), and often performed in spoken word. The lyrics often tell stories of characters’ mishaps (Oh, Deborah do you recall etc.).
BAND NAME/ALBUM NAME PUNS!
Early Pulp members differed from the current lineup.
- My Lighthouse (written by Jarvis Cocker and Simon Hinkler)
- Joking Aside
- Boats and Trains
- Blue Girls
- Love Love
Members on Freaks: Jarvis Cocker, Russell Senior, Candida Doyle, Peter Mansell, Magnus Doyle
*lead vocals by Russell Senior
His ‘n’ Hers (1994):
Different Class (1995):
The first album I fell in love with!
This Is Hardcore (1998):
Russell Senior not featured on this and the next album.
We Love Life (2001):
- Turkey Mambo Momma [The Peel Sessions (1981)]
- Razzmatazz [single; Intro – The Gift Recordings (1993)]
- Seconds [The Sisters EP (1994)]
- Mile End [“Something Changed” B-Side (1995); on Trainspotting (1996) soundtrack]
- We Are The Boyz [“Party Hard” B-Side (1998); on Velvet Goldmine (1998) soundtrack]
- Death Comes To Town [Unreleased]
Greetings Indie Legend: Jarvis Cocker
Jarvis Cocker is notorious for his stage invasion at the 1996 BRIT awards during Michael Jacskon’s performance in protest. He has also had a successful solo career. (gr8 sidetrack, Becky!)
- Don’t Let Him Waste Your Time
- Black Magic
- Heavy Weather
- I Will Kill Again
- From Auschwitz to Ipswich
- Running The World
Further Complications (2009):
- Further Complications
- I Never Said I Was Deep
- Caucasian Blues
- You’re In My Eyes (Discosong)
by Renaud Monfourny
but srsly, ada apa sih dengan band britpop dan photo shoot di rel kereta?
sinying! gua punya banget tuh kalung kayak gitu waktu sd, fix 90annya! so fukin nineties!
- brett anderson is the ultimate dandy of the ’90s
- brett anderson is about to bury you alive in trash
- brett anderson is the man who spent a year in a rambling gothic house in highgate scrambling his mind on drugs in the quest to write the words
- brett anderson is allergic to mushrooms
~*the world is changed because you are made out of ivory and gold*~
Coachella 2011 backstage
SUCH A STAR.
I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE.
asdfhjklsdfg i went gaga over this pic (ie. neil’s shades) and my colleague thought i have seizure. should’ve been tagged NSFW.
Here are two photographs, both very similar as you can see. One taken with an Olympus XA2 35mm, negatives scanned and the image converted to b/w. One taken with a Canon S95 digital and converted to b/w. I prefer the film camera shot, I’m interested to know which you all prefer, for what ever reason. Feel free to comment, repost, email me or however you communicate.
The first image is the Canon digital, the second the Olympus 35mm.
Definitely the second on. Film camera ftw!