Pulp ‎– His 'N' Hers

Label:
Island Records ‎– ILPS 8025, Island Records ‎– 524 005-1
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Joyriders 3:24
A2 Lipgloss 3:34
A3 Acrylic Afternoons 4:09
A4 Have You Seen Her Lately? 4:11
A5 She's A Lady 5:49
B1 Happy Endings 4:57
B2 Do You Remember The First Time? 4:22
B3 Pink Glove 4:48
B4 Someone Like The Moon 4:18
B5 David's Last Summer 7:01

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Credits

Notes

First issue released with lyrics / credits printed on a glossy liner.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 31452 40051 2
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Price Code: PY 281
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ILPS 8025 A-1 [SNA logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ILPS 8025 B-1 [SNA logo]

Other Versions (5 of 42) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CID 8025, 524 005-2 Pulp His 'N' Hers(CD, Album) Island Records, Island Records CID 8025, 524 005-2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
CID 8025, 524 005-2 Pulp His 'N' Hers(CD, Album, RP) Island Records, Island Records CID 8025, 524 005-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
524 000-4 Pulp His 'N' Hers(Cass, Album) Island Records 524 000-4 Thailand 1994 Sell This Version
STARCD 6113 Pulp His 'N' Hers(CD, Album) Island Records STARCD 6113 South Africa 1994 Sell This Version
314-524 006-2 Pulp His 'N' Hers(CD, Album) Island Records 314-524 006-2 Canada 1994 Sell This Version

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mr.furikuri

mr.furikuri

June 4, 2018
-Sound Quality on the 1994 original pressing is by far the best of the 3 separate issues of this album. '94 original is nice and loud, and the sleeve art is top notch. The only hitch to this pressing is the omission of the hit song "Babies."
-The overall sound on the 2012 MOV repress is good, albeit quieter than the original pressing. The sound does not pack as much of a punch as the '94 pressing. However, "Babies" along with an entire second LP dedicated to bonus tracks is included and is exclusive to this particular release. As for the sleeve art, it is good but not as crisp as the art on the '94 original.
-The 2016 Universal repress sound almost identical to the 2012 MOV release (I suspect they used the same master), unfortunately "Babies" is omitted on this release for some reason (Perhaps they wanted to replicate the '94 pressing). I'd only recommend this issue if you cannot afford the '94 pressing (I wouldn't blame you) or if you do not mind the omission of "Babies." The sleeve art is over saturated and nowhere near as crisp as the art on the '94 original.
-If you want the best sound and sleeve art, go for the '94 original. If you want the album's complete track list present and some extra songs, go for the 2012 MOV reissue. If you for some reason, do not mind the omission of the immaculate "Babies" and do not have $50 to spend, go for the 2016 reissue. As for myself, Babies is one of my favorite pulp tracks so I had to get the 2012 MOV repress.
Ramzy

Ramzy

August 22, 2010
Why is 'Babies' missing from this? I assumed it was a matter of length but, even with it, side A would have been shorter than side B, which remains unedited. Was it an early tracklist? Did they press the LP significantly earlier than the CD/cassette? A marketing strategy? I can't believe they expected to get sufficient LP sales to justify the inclusion of a 'bonus track' on the CD: this wasn't released in 1987.