25 Years Ago Today – Pulp Released Mercury Prize Winning ‘Different Class’ LP (Listen To “Disco 2000”

25 years ago today (10/30/95), Pulp released their career-defining album Different Class, which won the Mercury Prize in 1996 for the best album released in the United Kingdom by a British or Irish act. Two of the album’s singles – “Common People” and “Disco 2000” – were standouts and helped give Pulp notoriety in the states. Jarvis Cocker’s lyrics mixed with an elevated and more mature shade of Britpop, made Pulp a more sophisticated listening pleasure compared to Blur and Oasis at the time. Check out the prementioned “Disco 2000” off Different Class..

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