Pulp - Separations mp3
|2||Love Is Blind||5:43|
|3||My Legendary Girlfriend||6:51|
|5||Down By The River||3:39|
|6||This House Is Condemned||7:51|
|8||Don't You Want Me Anymore?||3:52|
|fire33026||Pulp||Separations (CD, Album)||Fire Records||fire33026||UK & Europe||1992|
|robcd 9216||Pulp||Separations (CD, Album)||Rosebud||robcd 9216||France||1992|
|fire mc26||Pulp||Separations (Cass, Album)||Fire Records||fire mc26||UK||1994|
|RE 2090-2||Pulp||Separations (CD, Album, RE)||Razor & Tie, Fire Records||RE 2090-2||US||1995|
|FIRELP26X||Pulp||Separations (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, RP, Gre)||Fire Records||FIRELP26X||UK||2015|
- Bass – Steve Mackie
- Drums – Nick Banks
- Engineer – Alan Fisch
- Guitar, Violin – Russell Senior
- Keyboards – Candida Doyle
- Producer – Alan Smyth, Pulp
- Sleeve [Sleeve Based On A Design By] – Martyn Broadhead
- Voice, Guitar – Jarvis Cocker
- Written-By – Pulp
The disc and booklet are identical to the other US pressing of Separations but this release retains the original barcode from the UK Separations release.
Made in the U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
℗ & © 1995 Razor & Tie Music, L.P., Licensed from Fire Records.
Track durations not shown on the release.
- Barcode: 5017161001000
- Matrix / Runout: RE 2090 · :MASTERED: :BY NIMBUS:
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L125
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Razor & Tie Music, L.P.
- Copyright (c) – Razor & Tie Music, L.P.
- Licensed From – Fire Records
- Published By – Twist And Shout Music
- Recorded At – Fon Studios
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
Separations is the third studio album by English rock band Pulp, released on 19 June 1992 by Fire Records. Recorded in 1989, it was belatedly released in 1992 by the independent record label Fire, having already been released in France in 1991 on Rosebud Records. The songs on the second half of the album range between electronic synthpop and experimental acid house styles, while the first half contains songs more typical of Pulp's late 80s music. The Pulp Group are long gone from Fire, currently negotiating a possibly major deal, and are not especially interested in you hearing a three-year-old LP that their old financiers failed to release at the time. Which is not to say don't buy it forthwith. If the generic term Lion Pop has you lost as yet, listen in. Lion Pop is all about flamboyance, unself-conscious foppery, grand gestures and absurd colour co-ordination. It is Sheffield's Pulp, falling about like an amateur dramatics society putting on Jacques Brel's existential musical adaptation of Run For Your Wife 'S. Pulp - Separations 1992. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. New Wave Electropop. Songs in album Pulp - Separations 1992. Pulp - Love Is Blind. Pulp - Don't You Want Me Anymore 703. Pulp - She's Dead. Pulp - Separations. Pulp - Down By The River. Pulp - Countdown. Pulp - My Legendary Girlfriend. Listen free to Pulp Separations Love Is Blind, Don't You Want Me Anymore and more. 9 tracks 48:30. Album Name Separations. Type Album. Released date 1992. Labels Fire Records. Music StyleBritpop. Members owning this album1. Love Is Blind. Don't You Want Me Anymore 3. She's Dead. Down by the River. But what is especially noticeable about Separations is how Pulp is finally starting to write some fully realized songs. My Legendary Girlfriend, the song that earned the band its first Single of the Week in NME, is the leader of the pack with a brilliant, sly lyric and vocal from Jarvis Cocker, and an appropriately melodic and slightly dirty instrumental backdrop from the band. Countdown, with its insistent beat, is nearly as good, as is the loping opener, Love Is Blind. Released June 19, 1992. Separations Tracklist. Love Is Blind 1992 9 Songs. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and is the third album by British alternative rock band Pulp. 1 Release and aftermath. 2 Track listing. 3 Personnel. 4 References. Recorded in 1989, it was belatedly released in 1992 on the independent record label Fire. The songs on the second half of the album are in an experimental acid house style, while the first half contains songs more typical of Pulp