There is no doubt that Pulp simply are fantastic. But has their creativity, talent and simply brilliant music been captured in their greatest hits? Well, in a word, yes. The album is addictive, lively, exciting and captures the enormous success of two decades. I have one reserve about omitting F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E. but I do have Different Class. The best album rankings do not reflect fairly the outstanding class that is Pulp. The album takes you on a rollercoaster ride beginning with Babies right through to Common people and This is Hardcore (possibly some of the best tunes from the last fifteen years). If you like Pulp and have not heard the earlier songs such as Razzmatazz and Lipgloss, this is the album for you. And unless you have, His n Hers, This is Hardcore and all the other albums; buy it, listen to it, then listen to it some more!
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