Pulp ‎– Disco 2000

Label:
Island Records ‎– ISJB 623, Island Records ‎– 854 492-7
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Vinyl, 7", Jukebox
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Comes in plain white cardboard sleeve

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CID 623, 854493-2, 854 493-2 Pulp Disco 2000(CD, Single) Island Records, Island Records, Island Records CID 623, 854493-2, 854 493-2 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
12 IS 623, 854 771-1 Pulp Disco 2000(12") Island Records, Island Records 12 IS 623, 854 771-1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
PHCR 8358 Pulp Disco 2000(CD, Single, CD1) Island Records PHCR 8358 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
852 671-2 Pulp Disco 2000(CD, Single) Island Records 852 671-2 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
12 IS 623 DJ, 12IS623DJ Pulp Disco 2000(12", Promo) Island Records, Island Records 12 IS 623 DJ, 12IS623DJ Europe 1995 Sell This Version

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Ramzy

Ramzy

May 8, 2010

It should be noted that the Motiv 8 mix of this track is wildly misjudged. There is much in the lyric to suggest melancholic synth-pop but the song's actual construction totally precludes this as an option: the tragedy is soundtracked pertinently by the fact that this ain't no disco, while the awkwardly anthemic setting of phrases like 'damp and lonely Thursday' is central to the song's dilemma. The heavy-handed superimposition of an identikit Motiv 8 bassline and drum pattern sounds absurd. Even if the song could be reimagined as a synth-pop record, this would NOT be the way to do it.