English Indie band Pulp now have their own dedicated station on Exclusive Radio.
Formed in Sheffield, England in 1978 by Jarvis Cocker, theirs was a long road to success. A less determined outfit might have given up after the 1980s seemed to be nothing but a struggle; however the album His ‘n’ Hers in 1994 paved the way for the follow-up Different Class a year later. The latter album reached number one and spawned four top ten hits, two of which, Common People and Sorted for E’s & Wizz, both reached number two on the UK singles charts.
With this success Pulp became reluctant figureheads for the Britpop movement, along with Oasis and Blur. They won a Mercury Music Prize for Different Class in ’96 and headlined the Glastonbury Festival twice.
There was a break-up of the band in 2002 and a reunion in 2011, but they finally disbanded in 2013.
Pulp’s musical legacy is assured and you can hear all of their hits, and much more, on our newest station.
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