Why are Pulp so unpopular now?

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in the current amazon chart it is at # 81. so nothing to do with any barcode error; only one new track which is easily downloadable, the fans will have all the rest of the stuff anyway, no one else wants to buy it. it's like that and that's the way it is.

Marcello Carlin, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 13:29 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

there's no new remix cd to sell it like
there is with msp's and U2's,
everybody's got the singles
anyway and 'hits' is formed from
the bones of only 4 albums.
the previous socialism of the group
seems to have gone west too
what with jarvis doing ads for BT
and what not, and
the last album was proggy, part tuneless and didn't sell
despite the good reviews. like so many of those
great 90's bands (suede, blur) they're a good half
decade past the sell by date.
it's a shame though because only 2 readings ago
they were headlining, went down a storm and got the
best reviews of the festival almost everywhere.

piscesboy, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 13:49 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It was in Asda's Top 75. I bought a copy for Isabel, who likes them and doesn't have any of their stuff.

Marcello your argument applies to U2's G.Hits too. The question is - why does Pulp seem only to have committed fans? Ppl who *do* have all the stuff already so don't need this. Obviously GH records are designed to catch people who remember one or two singles they liked.

With Pulp I think there's two factors stopping their Hits being big.

- Pulp became prominent on the back of Britpop, they didn't drive Britpop's popularity. They started having big hits later than Blur, Suede or Oasis, for instance. I was at a wedding reception in '96 and the DJ played Country House, most people liked it - Roll With It, the place went mental - Common People, the floor cleared. Every kid who liked Britpop liked them, but they never really crossed over I think.

- Britpop now is pretty unfashionable. Pulp and Blur were the poppiest Britpop bands - Blur came back quicker with "Song 2" and shook off ideas about their sound, but Pulp's changes of sound never really caught people's imagination so they're still associated with their disco-fied, keyboard-driven big hits. That sort of sound has very little appeal to current NME readers, who seem to all love their rock'n'roll and would probably frown on the 'compromises' they'd hear in Pulp. So they dont even get big sales from that end of the market.

Tom (Groke), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 13:52 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Because the bastards haven't put on "Misshapes" but did put on "Sorted For Es and Wiz". Including the shitty intro.

Dom Passantino (Dom Passantino), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

They took too long to follow up "Different Class". I think they DID cross over, but they didn't capitalise once they'd established themselves. (Note: they only slipped up commercially, This is Hardcore was well worth the wait, artistically speaking). "This is..." possibly wasn't the most poppy album in the world, and the dark, long title track was a poor choice of single (again, speaking commercially rather than artistically), so that didn't help. They took ages to follow that one up, too, so by then their day in the sun had completely gone. I still find it hard to believe that their Greatest Hits would come in THAT low, though. A mistake, surely? Even the Bluetones did better than that...

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:03 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I think JARVIS crossed over into bigtime celebrity status.

Tom (Groke), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:06 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Apparently "Misshapes" was left off because it was too 'Andrew Lloyd Webber' and the group all hate it.

stephen. s (yaye), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:09 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

1. now, jarvis more famous as celeb rather than as part of pulp

2. britpop unfashionable, and pulp never escaped being synonymous with it

3. terrible sleeve

4. too redolent of particular era (this is point 2 again really), but they seem more tied to 95 than anyone, and, until 95 becomes popular again, they'll be unfashionable (strangely, when it does become popular again, i think they'll lag behind oasis/blur again even though both of those are less specifically tied to 95).

the strange thing about pulp 'of the moment/the moments over thing' is just how quickly it was 'over'. that moment was feb96 when they did 'something changed' on top of the pops, and it did indeed feel that something had changed. right then. that time was gone. that minute. they've seemed out of place and wrong ever since, unable to escape this period

gareth (gareth), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:15 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

is it over-speculating to say that when russell senior quit, they lost their "pop" element?

also, the difference with U2's GH2 is precisely that other people want to buy it - namely the ten-CDs-per-year people.

I don't recall the Best of Blur doing all that well; they certainly haven't crossed over.

The Elvis and Stones comps have done well, the Nirvana comp is doing OK, the Manics comp has sunk like a stone. Go figure.

Marcello Carlin, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:21 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"is it over-speculating to say that when russell senior quit, they lost their "pop" element?"

I think there was just a sombre, post-fame mood about "This is Hardcore", I dunno if Russel's departure had much to do with it. They didn't seem to lose their sharpness, musically, they just lost some of their fizz.

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:26 (fourteen years ago) Permalink


(I have nothing to say about Pulp as they were never popular in the U.S. to begin with, it's everyone else's loss)

Ally (mlescaut), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:29 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It's a tricky line to cross. Pulp "went weird" and flopped; Radiohead "went weird" and cleaned up.

Speculation: wonder how well greatest hits compilations by Suede or Supergrass would be selling if they were to be released now?

Marcello Carlin, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:31 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Awfully I think. Blur's G Hits at least went top 10.

My pet theory is that stuff 7 years old at any given time is at its least fashionable.

The shift from Senior to Webber as musical leader is a big deal I think - We Love Life is very much a Mark Webber album. I liked the transition but listening to the Hits comp the earlier stuff sounds a lot more focussed.

Tom (Groke), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:37 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

agree totally about the cover. f-ing awful isn't it ?
looks like an out-take from the 'we love life'
artwork which it probably is.

piscesboy, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:39 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Radiohead always had a rep in the mainstream as being makers of SERIOUS, MOODY music, I think. The people who bought OK Computer wouldn't have been as thrown by Kid A / Amnesiac as some think. Pulp hit the big time as a quirky, fizzy pop group.
A darker, moodier record + hesitancy to follow-up success = failure.

Reasons for commercial disaster are never cut and dried, though. There are probably hundreds of examples that go against what I've just said.

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:40 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

That was in response to Marcello, btw

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:41 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

um, after pulp got very popular they couldn't cope with it (it took a while to reajust). Jarvis went to a lot of parties and yes, when senior left that was a blow. I did wonder for a while whether they would come up with a follow up to 'different class'.

i felt they took too long to come back (or it certainly felt that way).

Julio Desouza (jdesouza), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:42 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

sorry to hijack the thread but why hasn't britney released a GH yet?

michael wells (michael w.), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:45 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

a bit too late for britney now i think?

Marcello Carlin, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 14:51 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

blur's 'best of' was massive. huge. millions sold worldwide.

piscesboy, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 15:09 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

You never hear any Pulp being used in ads, soundtracks, or in TV progs. You DO hear loads of U2, Oasis, Blur, so maybe Joe Public isn't prompted to remember that they exist, other than a vague recollection of Common People.

There are too many reasons not to buy :

The Kids - Pulp too old and square
Serious Rock Fan - will take Radiohead, but Pulp too flip and awkward
Non-loyal 'music fan'(me) - has everything they want already
Real Fan - only one new track
Joe Public - not interested/not heard of/too weird
Casual music fan 30-40 CDs a year - has Common People on one of those 'Best Album ever' (or whatever they're called) Britpop comps.

My own opinion - Hardcore and Life are by far the best albums they've ever done.

Dr. C (Dr. C), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 15:25 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

30-40 CDs a year represents casual music fan?

Matt DC (Matt DC), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 15:29 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Answer to original Q - "Help The Aged".

Graham (graham), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 15:38 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Oh I dunno Matt - I meant people who buy 3 or 4 CDs a month, maybe read Q, think they're clued up.... I *think* these people exist. Don't they?

Dr. C (Dr. C), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 16:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Well, by general standards, Dr C, 3-4 CDs per month is a pretty high average.

(then again, as a music writer who now buys zero CDs per month 'cos I get 'em all for free now hah! i can afford to be, er, slightly blase about this state of affairs)

I am currently ploughing through the 24-CD Throbbing Gristle live box set for Uncut. This may also be a major factor in my previously noted problems with fatigue.

Marcello Carlin, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 16:05 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Casual music fan 30-40 CDs a year

I meant people who buy 3 or 4 CDs a month, maybe read Q, think they're clued up.... I *think* these people exist. Don't they?

well, i dont read Q, but i probably buy this amount, maybe a bit less

gareth (gareth), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 16:07 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Um, I think if you added up all my purchases over the past TWO years, you'd get 40...

Ally (mlescaut), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 16:13 (fourteen years ago) Permalink


Ally unaware of a Manics release = Armageddon is nigh.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 16:18 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

'cause pulp is godawful, and jarvis' best stuff was on that All Seeing I album. it just took years for everyone to realise this.

bucky wunderlick (bucky), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 22:16 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

A few years ago I used to go to social gatherings hosted by thirtysomething friends - middle management, IT department, just having kids or trying for them, living in satellite villages. Middle England but still voting (New) Labour. They all had "Different Class" and at some point in the evening "Common People" would appear to liven things up. That's the audience Pulp lost with "This is Hardcore".

Andrew Norman, Wednesday, 20 November 2002 22:18 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Ally unaware of a Manics release = Armageddon is nigh.

Yes, I know. I'm sorry but I fear I have caused the end of the world with my ignorance. I don't know how it slipped my radar when I have been so dilligent. I did go and check it out, I'm not too impressed with their decision as to what are their greatest works, but I guess it's what you need to sell records??? Plus the bonus CD, there's no tracklisting on the case. I can't justify spending $20 when I have no idea what's enclosed. I might already HAVE it.

Ally (mlescaut), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 22:47 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

if you mean 'by Pulp' then I agree

electric sound of jim (electricsound), Wednesday, 20 November 2002 22:56 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"We Love Life" is boooooring! Give me any of the three previous to it, please.

weasel diesel (K1l14n), Thursday, 21 November 2002 00:03 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

now if only they would do a NTSC conversion of the 'Greatest Hits' DVD (for Canada - like they just did for Suede), I would buy about 10 copies and give them to friends in need.

Favorite Pulp video?

mine= 'Help the Aged' for that stair-chair move

Spencer Chow (spencermfi), Thursday, 21 November 2002 01:54 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Apparently "Misshapes" was left off because it was too 'Andrew Lloyd Webber' and the group all hate it.

Funny, every time I hear that song I imagine a full-tilt all singing, all dancing bloody great stage routine with twirling parasols and grubby urchins...

The Pulp DVD will sell more than the album, overflowing as it is with all sorts of fun stuff. Hits itself won't sell much, sadly, due to many of the reasons outlined above, but mainly because Pulp never fully capitalised on their moments in the spotlight - unsurprisingly, since they're not really capitalists. I can't imagine Pulp ever allowing one of their songs to be used on an advert, for example (lest we forget, they turned down Coca-Cola when they wanted to use "Sunrise" last year).

As to Jarvis appearing on ads and stuff, I think he (rightly IMHO) sees his own image and metastar status as being totally separate from that of "Pulp" the concept, so can use it however he likes without compromising Pulp's collective image.

Me, I love the last two albums, even though they both contain a couple of stinkers and half-finished water-treading exercises. Unlike any other recent band I can think of, they both lay bare in surprisingly candid terms the band and singer's mental state at the time of recording, and that's a sign of greatness from where I'm perched. Intro's still my number one tho.

I think, in time, Pulp will become one of those critics' bands like Squeeze, forever critically lauded for lyrical ingenuity, quirky charm and odd pop suss, but never again selling the huge amounts they once did.

btw excellent interview here: http://www.independent.co.uk/story.jsp?story=353311

Charlie (Charlie), Thursday, 21 November 2002 03:04 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

man, everthing by Pulp sounds like a "great stage routine" after while. They should have done more with the E Street Band influence on "Common People."

Anthony Miccio (Anthony Miccio), Thursday, 21 November 2002 03:51 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

more sax!

Spencer Chow (spencermfi), Thursday, 21 November 2002 05:35 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

**My own opinion - Hardcore and Life are by far the best albums ever done**

HEY! Some bastard was impersonating me above. Whoever posted as Dr. D - CUT IT OUT!! Any ideas who from IP address - moderators?

Dr. C (Dr. C), Thursday, 21 November 2002 10:15 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

*tsk* thanks for making my post make no sense

electric sound of jim (electricsound), Thursday, 21 November 2002 10:51 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Sorry electric sound! You are collateral damage in the lonely war against address fakers!

Tom (Groke), Thursday, 21 November 2002 10:52 (fourteen years ago) Permalink


electric sound of jim (electricsound), Thursday, 21 November 2002 10:57 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

i think it is solely down to that terrible tv ad

bob zemko (bob), Thursday, 21 November 2002 12:20 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Favorite Pulp video?

Do they even have any good videos besides the one for THis Is Hardcore?

Ally (mlescaut), Thursday, 21 November 2002 18:39 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Never seen that one myself. *cries* I need this DVD.

Yes, good videos a-plenty -- all three versions of "Babies" (seriously), "Common People," "Do You Remember the First Time," "Lipgloss"...

Ned Raggett (Ned), Thursday, 21 November 2002 18:44 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

This not strictly relevant to thread, but question for half-dozen or so other people who've actually bought the Hits CD: what exactly is the white bit of plastic with a D on it under the CD tray? Just curious, y'know.

alexfack (alexfack), Thursday, 21 November 2002 21:40 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I don't think any of those videos are particularly good videos.

Ally (mlescaut), Thursday, 21 November 2002 21:43 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Butbutbut Jarvis directed them all himself! I seem to recall, at least.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Thursday, 21 November 2002 21:49 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

They ARE tremendous videos, whirling dervishes of colour and breathlessnessness. Yum-yummo.

alexfack (alexfack), Thursday, 21 November 2002 21:53 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

what about the "Disco 2000" video? especially when you just see their feet dancing on the lit up floor. and all the mid 90s Gucci. and the band member cut-outs. come on!

Spencer Chow (spencermfi), Thursday, 21 November 2002 22:02 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Spencer is correct, this is the best of all. I don't recall if they got it together at the end or not...

alexfack (alexfack), Thursday, 21 November 2002 22:07 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Pretty sure they only came to Toronto once (unless I missed a tour for His n Hers) if it makes anyone feel better!
Anyway I have invaded the city. Nineish hours! Sorry we'll miss you, Morbs!

she started dancing to that (Finefinemusic), Wednesday, 11 April 2012 15:57 (five years ago) Permalink


bene_gesserit, Wednesday, 11 April 2012 21:00 (five years ago) Permalink

A little something I wrote:


Ned Raggett, Wednesday, 11 April 2012 22:14 (five years ago) Permalink

Rob Sheffield liked it.

Exile in lolville (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Thursday, 12 April 2012 11:53 (five years ago) Permalink

goddamn so jealous of people who saw that show. is there any idea of the likelihood of a larger scale US tour?

deejeridoo (some dude), Thursday, 12 April 2012 16:41 (five years ago) Permalink

I doubt it. Even back in the day they didn't tour the US very extensively.

Respectfully, Tyrese Gibson (Nicole), Thursday, 12 April 2012 17:11 (five years ago) Permalink

well yeah but reunion tours in general draw bigger audiences, better money, i'm sure they'd be able to sell more tickets in the U.S. than they did in all of the '90s several times over

deejeridoo (some dude), Thursday, 12 April 2012 17:36 (five years ago) Permalink

It was so damm good.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Thursday, 12 April 2012 18:50 (five years ago) Permalink

you are all monsters

I love you

and hate you

Peppermint Patty Hearst (VegemiteGrrl), Thursday, 12 April 2012 18:53 (five years ago) Permalink

It's just the way of things.

A...bonus, I guess: turns out someone's finally put the one 'lost' Pulp song from the mid to late eighties on YouTube, "Silence" -- this is the one that Jarvis refused to allow on the Masters of the Universe compilation and reissues since, according to this:

That features the only Fire track which hasn't been reissued: "Silence", from demos recorded in an old karate studio, written at that first rehearsal with Russell. Oh, it's so depressing, a two-note keyboard drone, someone playing one of those hunting horns you have on the living room wall and me alternately talking and screaming this story about a love affair that doesn't work out. I banned it from going on the Fire compilation, because it's terrible - I couldn't live with it being out.

And yeah, can't blame him for that:


Ned Raggett, Thursday, 12 April 2012 19:53 (five years ago) Permalink

feeling like I missed the boat on these guys, Different Class came out when I worked at college radio but I was kinda down on Britpop at the time and never really got into them ... now friends my same age were all getting super hyped for the shows and posting camera-phone photos of the big PULP stage sign and I'm strangely jealous

dmr, Thursday, 12 April 2012 21:10 (five years ago) Permalink

Lol I totally posted a bunch of those last night.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Thursday, 12 April 2012 21:55 (five years ago) Permalink

it's an impressive sign

dmr, Thursday, 12 April 2012 22:02 (five years ago) Permalink

They opened the show with a drawing of a... dolphin? It was a little strange.

she started dancing to that (Finefinemusic), Friday, 13 April 2012 15:35 (five years ago) Permalink

Yeah that was sorta weird, huh?

wolf kabob (ENBB), Friday, 13 April 2012 15:39 (five years ago) Permalink

><i> NY was pretty mid-Atlantic last time I checked, dude.

Still a 10-hour drive from DC, and I'm burned out from too many long drives lately

― everything else is secondary (Lee626), Tuesday, April 10, 2012 4:21 PM (Yesterday)

ok New York is TOTALLY not mid-Atlantic (unless you're from Canada or something) but it is not a fucking 10 hour drive from D.C.! more like 5 hours with pee breaks.

― some dude, Wednesday, April 11, 2012 11:48 AM (2 days ago) Bookmark Flag Post Perma</i>

Yeah I was thinking the long 10+ hour drive I often make through NYC to points northward, and <i>those</i>are 10hrs., it just seems NYC is the bulk of the trip due to traffis slowing to a crawl so often there. Anyway DC to NY indeed much shorter, but silll aways from DC., esp. if you start in the morning and arrive in afternoon.

Anyway, nice set list; I'll find a way to catch something.....

everything else is secondary (Lee626), Friday, 13 April 2012 22:21 (five years ago) Permalink

NY is actually considered a mid-atlantic state btw. Just saying.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Friday, 13 April 2012 22:23 (five years ago) Permalink

I think it's about 10 hours from DC to here.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Friday, 13 April 2012 22:23 (five years ago) Permalink

i see wikipedia agrees with enbb but i just can't accept that, what does 'mid-atlantic' even mean if it includes a state that borders canada, i always thought of ny as part of new england

some dude, Saturday, 14 April 2012 01:29 (five years ago) Permalink

Pulp Coachella:


Kent Burt, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:09 (five years ago) Permalink

new york is definitely mid-atlantic and totally distinct from new england culturally.

horseshoe, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:28 (five years ago) Permalink

it's as distinct from the mid-atlantic as it is from new england though! sorry i don't know why i keep talking about this.

some dude, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:36 (five years ago) Permalink

yeah i don't know why it matters to me, either, but it does. western new york is more like the midwest, anyway, but new york is like pennsylvania imo. mid-atlantic.

horseshoe, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:42 (five years ago) Permalink

aaaaaanyway, pulp

horseshoe, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:44 (five years ago) Permalink

All I know is that it is technically classified as mid-Atlantic and definitely not part of New England. This was like middle school social studies basics guys. It doesn't really matter though. Anyway - Pulp! Best show I've ever been to probably. I want to see them again now.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Monday, 16 April 2012 02:45 (five years ago) Permalink

lol x-post

wolf kabob (ENBB), Monday, 16 April 2012 02:45 (five years ago) Permalink

Seeing them Tuesday :).

svend, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:49 (five years ago) Permalink

You will love it. We danced pretty much the entire time.

wolf kabob (ENBB), Monday, 16 April 2012 02:51 (five years ago) Permalink

I haven't seen them since they opened for Blur, looking forward to it.

svend, Monday, 16 April 2012 02:52 (five years ago) Permalink

Oh that was good.

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 08:02 (five years ago) Permalink

Yes it was.

Spencer Chow, Friday, 20 April 2012 09:50 (five years ago) Permalink


"Do You Remember the First Time?"
"Monday Mornings"
"Live Bed Show"
"Disco 2000"
"Sorted for E's and Wizz"
"His 'n' Hers"
"Mile End"
"Like a Friend"
"This is Hardcore"
"Bar Italia"
"Common People"

1st encore: "OU"
"Bad Cover Version"

2nd encore: "Back in LA"
"Something Changed"

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 14:44 (five years ago) Permalink

need to add "Help the Aged," but may strike a little close now.

World Congress of Itch (Dr Morbius), Friday, 20 April 2012 14:53 (five years ago) Permalink

god i'm so jealous at the west coast set lists i can't even deal!!! we basically just got the entirety of "different class" with a few other things from later albums. they better play more old stuff when i see them in spain!

bene_gesserit, Friday, 20 April 2012 14:56 (five years ago) Permalink

Back In LA? wow.

Jamie_ATP, Friday, 20 April 2012 14:58 (five years ago) Permalink


Seriously though that's super awesome and I am glad you had fun!

she started dancing to that (Finefinemusic), Friday, 20 April 2012 15:09 (five years ago) Permalink

(Notices and adores her inadvertent OU/OH YOU wordplay)

she started dancing to that (Finefinemusic), Friday, 20 April 2012 15:10 (five years ago) Permalink

Hahah. I KNEW some of those choices would inspire, how you say, jealousy...

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:13 (five years ago) Permalink

And yeah -- a super long droney great version of "OU" -- and I still can't believe they did "Back in LA!" Imagine Jarvis on megaphone and the band making a huge racket -- if you had told me early Blur essentially ripped them off just from this I wouldn't've been surprised.

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:14 (five years ago) Permalink

Yah, I saw them three times last year and still green looking at that.

Unrelatedly, I found myself in Bar Italia a few weeks ago. It's pretty great.

Upt0eleven, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:15 (five years ago) Permalink

Oh and I forgot to mention: at one point, Jarvis doing an a capella (falsetto!) version of the chorus of Tina Turner's "Steamy Windows." Never in a million years etc. (Does make me think he would be a perfect dude for karaoke.)

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:15 (five years ago) Permalink

Hahahaha! We got a little bit of Louie Louie which was fun.

she started dancing to that (Finefinemusic), Friday, 20 April 2012 15:16 (five years ago) Permalink

Oh also, best T-shirt by a mile that night was some guy wearing a Suede shirt, classic logo and all -- on closer inspection, the small type above it was not 'The London' or any of that nonsense, it was 'Bernard Butler-era'

Ned Raggett, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:25 (five years ago) Permalink

omg i want that shirt!! haha

bene_gesserit, Friday, 20 April 2012 15:49 (five years ago) Permalink

nine months pass...

Just done on JRoss show.

Mark G, Saturday, 2 February 2013 22:52 (four years ago) Permalink

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