PULP. British alternative rock-band first formed in Sheffield in 1978 at their peak between 1994-1996. 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 (1994) and particularily "Different Class" (1995) which reached No1 in the UK album charts. It also spawned four Top10 hit singles including ; Common People / Disco 2000 and Sorted for Es and Wizz. Their musical style during this period consisted of disco-influenced pop-rock coupled with dramatic style lyrics. They became reluctant figures in the Britpop movement and won the Mercury Music Prize in 1996 for Different Class. The band would release two further (much less successful albums) ; This Is Hardcore (1998) and We Love Life (2001) after which they entered an extended hiatus, having sold more than 10 million records. They reunited to play live again in 2011 at various festivals including Isle of Wight / Reading and Leeds. On 28th January 2013 the band released "After You", a re-recording of a We Love Life demo track as a digital download single, their first single release since 2002 .....

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Reference Number. 7235


A lovely original vintage 1995 autograph book page, clearly signed in ballpoints by all six group members ; Jarvis Cocker (adding Kath Hi) / Candida Doyle (adding To Kath with a K love xxx) / Nick Banks (adding What a difference x) / Steve Mackey / Mark Webber and Russell Senior (who left the band in 1996)

A rare set of autographs signed in 1995 at the groups peak during the Different Class Tour


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