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Pulp 'Different Class' LP Black Vinyl

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The fifth studio album by the English rock band Pulp, originally released in October 1995. The inspiration for the title came to frontman Jarvis Cocker in Smashing, a club night that ran during the early 1990s in Eve's Club on Regent Street in London. Cocker had a friend who used the phrase 'different class' to describe something that was 'in a class of its own'. Cocker liked the double meaning, with its allusions to the British social class system, which was a theme of some of the songs on the album.

Black vinyl pressing


Side A:

1. Mis-Shapes

2. Pencil Skirt

3. Common People

4. I Spy

5. Disco 2000

6. Live Bed Show

Side B:

7. Something Changed

8. Sorted For E's & Wizz

9. F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E

10. Underwear

11. Monday Morning

12. Bar Italia