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Separations (2012) [Remastered]

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Love Is Blind
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Don't You Want Me Anymore?
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She's Dead
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Separations
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Down By the River
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Countdown
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My Legendary Girlfriend
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Death II
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This House Is Condemned
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Death Goes to the Disco (Bonus)
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Is This House? (Bonus)
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Countdown (Bonus Extended Version)
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Death Comes to Town (Bonus)
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 74:34

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Pulp, Separations (2012) [Remastered]
2012 | Label: Fire Records / The Orchard

The third Pulp album, released after a bit of delay in 1992, brought on new bassist Steve Mackey, and its first half was their most rhythmically limber take yet on Jarvis Cocker’s aspirations to Scott Walker-style balladry with an arched eyebrow. Its second half, though, introduced a new sound for the band: In the years since Freaks, the acid house phenomenon had overtaken Britain, and all of a sudden Pulp, like seemingly every longstanding rock… read more »

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