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This song was originally demoed in 2000 but didn't even make it on the album - We Love Life.
What a gem of a song it is with a hint of the band's early-to-mid 90s output and produced by James Murphy.
I urge everyone who enjoyed Pulp or Britop for that matter to purchase this. I can;t get the lyrics out of my head:
From disco to disco; from Safeway to tesco
We're shopping around from the cradle til death row
Don't stop til the train has pulled into the station
I'll hold the door for you - no, I insist, after you
Lets first concerntrate on disc two of the This is Hardcore Delexe Edition. There are some fantastic pulp songs that should have made the original album, this includes 'Cocaine Socialism' 'Mordern Marriage', 'Street Operator' and 'Like A Friend'. Cocaine Soclaisim is an extremely catchy tune, whilst having a swipe at the labour party and should have made TIH Album at the expense of 'Glory Days' (both sound quite similar in tune). Modern Marriage is extremely witty track and was a single in the making, whilst street operator and Like a Friend are also fantastic catchy pulp tunes. It was great to hear the demos, because what largely let TIH was the production, so much show is I prefer hearing… Read more