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Produced by Simon Hinkler Label Red Rhino Released April 1983 UK Chart n/a

Notes Pulp's debut - a folky, pastoral, acoustic affair with only Jarvis Cocker present from the current line-up. Simon Hinkler went on to join The Mission. Drummer Wilson was borrowed from fellow Sheffield act Artery.

Jarvis Cocker - vocals, guitars Simon Hinkler - guitars David Hinkler - piano, keyboards, trombone Peter Boam - bass Garry Wilson - drums, percussion Saskia Cocker -backing vocals



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  • old/good
  • !!!
  • It's amazing to think that this came out even before The Smiths' first album. It's got the blueprints for 90s indie pop written all over it.
  • holy crap! I heard Different Class before this album and this is like Pulp do Indie Pop! THIS IS JUST LOVELY! HOLY CRAP!
  • totally agree with timahall. but all you've mentioned are fantastic!!
  • this one seems rather scott walker-esque
  • Such a nice album! The jump from this to Freaks is so extreme, more so than the jump from Different Class to This Is Hardcore.
  • love it. wishful thinking is perfection.
  • this is my all-time favorite album ever. boats and trains is certainly my favie.

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