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Different Class (album) by Pulp 

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Different Class
Different Class by Pulp (1995)
Overall rank: 164th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
81/100 (from 675 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1995 (4th)
Top 50 albums of the 1990s (38th)
Top 200 albums of all time (164th)

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PULP DIFFERENT CLASS LP *RARE* MOV AUDIOPHILE VINYL 180g EU PRESS 2011 LTD New
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Average Rating: 
81/100 (from 675 votes)
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From Daydreamer 02/20/2017 20:06
Best britpop album ever
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75/100
From nitomano 01/03/2017 03:28
Favoritas: Common People, Something Changed, Mis-Shapes, I Spy, Pencil Skirt
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95/100
From STesic 10/12/2016 21:49
There is a saying...why arguing about who is better Blur or Oasis, when everybody knows that Pulp is better then both of them...
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90/100
From garycottier 05/30/2016 16:21
Different class, is the ultimate brit pop album. Jarvis Cocker's Pulp capture perfectly that British nineties attitude at the time of 'cool Britannia'. It's a superb record featuring some of the era's greatest pop songs. Mishapes, disco 2000, sorted for e's and whizz, are all superb, but the crowning glory is the brilliant, common people, possibly brit pop's greatest single. An excellent album then, great stuff.
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60/100
From sethmadsen 05/09/2016 03:27
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From stos 09/20/2015 22:34
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75/100
From louisjwyatt 07/07/2015 21:06
Just a fun record. Doesn't necessarily strike me as a serious contender for consideration as one of the greatest 90s albums of all time, but it's worth listening to. It's giddy and energetic, I've just never held many britpop albums in very high esteem. With that being said, if this is your thing, Different Class is up there with the greats. I would much rather listen to this than Oasis.
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Rating:  
70/100
From gon2bed 06/28/2015 22:12
First half of the album is great, then the 2nd half not so...
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85/100
From WindowAbove 06/28/2015 21:47
It's a little annoying when he does the creepy whispering thing, otherwise this is one of the best pop rock albums of the 90s
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From Hellaboi 05/14/2015 21:02
This album is so great!! Britpop, glam, indie, it sounds so eclectic and exciting. I love the lyrics and the way he sings. Really great album.
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