Pulp (band)

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Pulp
Origin Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England
Genres Alternative rock, post-punk, Britpop
Years active 1978–2002, 2011-present
Labels Island
Associated acts Relaxed Muscle
Venini
Members
Jarvis Cocker
Candida Doyle
Mark Webber
Steve Mackey
Nick Banks
Russell Senior
Past members
Magnus Doyle
Peter Mansell
Simon Hinkler
Peter Dalton
Richard Hawley
David Hinkler
Wayne Furniss
Jamie Pinchbeck
Peter Boam
Tim Allcard
Steven Havenhand
Gary Wilson
Saskia Cocker
Antony Genn
Mark Swift
Jimmy Sellers
Philip Thompson
David Lockwood
Katey Rigby
Michael Paramore
Captain Sleep
Ian Dalton

Pulp are an English band from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The lead singer, Jarvis Cocker, started the band in 1978. For a long time, Cocker found life as a musician hard. However, in 1994, he and his band became famous when their album called his "His and Hers" became popular in the United Kingdom. They had three more albums and a number of singles before the band split up in 2001.

Albums by Pulp[change | change source]

1994 - His 'N' Hers (Number 9 in the UK music charts)
1995 - Different Class (Number 1 in the UK music charts)
1996 - Countdown 1992-1983 (Number 10 in the UK music charts)
1998 - This Is Hardcore (Number 1 in the UK music charts)
2001 - We Love Life (Number 6 in the UK music charts)