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I'm sure this is old news to most people reading here, but it IS relevant, so: Pulp are reforming! So far they've only announced festival gigs, and the list is here.

Anyone going?

Personally, I am ridiculously excited about this - Pulp is the band that pretty much defined my music taste for a long time, until they stopped producing albums. That said, they are only playing one festival in Australia at the moment, and I can't possibly afford to go, so I'm desperately hoping for sideshow gigs to be announced at a later date. :-/

On their website, they've also posted Pulp Tube, a collection of random people covering their songs on YouTube. I honestly think this is the most adorable thing I've ever seen a band do.

Does anyone else have any Pulp stories to share?

I shall leave you with Jarvis Cocker at his angry best: The Fear, live on Jools Holland.

Hi! I inherited this community because the previous maintainer deleted her account. I'd welcome a co-mod or two if anyone's interested, and also suggestions as to how we could get things a bit more active around here.

Date: 2011-05-05 09:43 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] rockunroll
Ooh, they're playing at T in the Park! Can't afford to go though, and I can't see many other good bands playing to make it worthwhile. Will definitely watch the highlights on the TV. Fingers crossed for a non-festival Scottish date!

Mind you, T in the Park was Blur's only Scottish date when they reformed. I was a bit disappointed. :-(

Speaking of festivals... this was a good one for Britpop. Wish I could have been there. Pity I was only six years old. :-P

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