Pulp’s seventh album, We Love Life, finds the Sheffield, England, institution in an unusually sunny mood, shedding their oft sardonic wit for warm orchestration and upbeat lyrics. It’s invitingly lush – from the bustling, beautiful strings of ”The Trees” to Jarvis Cocker’s soaring vocals on ”Weeds” – and more than enough reason to show this beloved Brit act some Stateside ”Love.”
(Pulp (Jarvis Cocker): © Michael Putland / RetnaUK)
Producer (group): Sanctuary
Posted August 23 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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