пятница, 30 апреля 2010 г.

среда, 28 апреля 2010 г.

Pulp #15 - Metropolis, Perth, Australia (25 September 1998)


Michael Dwyer (NME):

First, the Antipodean context. Pulp are in Australia for the first time. Prior to "Common People", they had sold around nine albums here. "Disco 2000" is their biggest hit. Their first gig is in a laughably tacky, multi-tiered, chrome and glass dome reminiscent of the villain's lair in a cheap James Bond rip-off. And Jarvis Cocker is ensconced in a dressing room emblazoned with the irony-free legend "Star Suite".

Which is only right, if the roar which greets his belated entry onstage is any indication. Sure, ring-in guitarist Richard Hawley attempts some lager-aloft grandstanding as the slow, ominous intro to "The Fear" builds behind him, but the only kids who scream are the ones who mistake him for Jarvis. They're the ones wondering who the chick in the mirror-ball frock is, and how long Brett Anderson has been playing bass.

The point is, Pulp is a brand new flavour for most of this smartly-dressed clientele. Whoever wrote the set list understands this fact and relishes it. This is "hardcore" and, to the palpable annoyance of the 100-odd public radio devotees who remember "Babies" and "Lipgloss", it's very little else.

Not that they're complaining, as "Joyriders" and "Underwear" follow "Do You Remember The First Time?", even if the early tear through Pulp's relatively obscure back pages has Cocker glancing at his wristwatch at least once per song. His dry, Northern banter is engaging ("The reverse magnetism down here is freakin' me, man") and our first real-life exposure to the tall guy's startlingly uncoordinated arse-wiggling and elbow-pointing is a treat.

Eerily echoing Damon Albarn, who stood on the same spot not a year ago, Cocker takes the time to complain about the weather and to note that he has "a bad throat". Good-o. His best story is the one about the note he found earlier in his suite, the one begging him to play "Sorted For E's & Wizz" and signed by a fan's parents, The band obliges, to the vocal relief of the throng.

In less acclaimed manoeuvres, "Seductive Barry" is the first real error of judgement: great for those low-lit, wee-hours whisky binges back home, but way too early and too damn dense for this party. Jarvis shimmies his satin trousers to the stage edge and takes a red rose from an outstretched hand, but his failure to adequately install it in the buttonhole of his brown body shirt is a poetic reflection that the crowd's slipping slowly from his grasp.

The song climaxes with Cocker flat on his back, dry-humping the air. The gesture signals a near-relentless "Hardcore" showcase which keeps the bar staff busy for the next hour, only "A Little Soul" and a truly devastating "This Is Hardcore" lifting the spirits of crowd that almost seems to be waiting for something...

"Common People" takes its unimpeachable place at the end of the last encore, of course, and it's a euphoric event, in a sense the moment where Pulp's first gig in the reverse magnetism zone appears to both begin and end. And, for those who went out and bought "Disco 2000", well, they can always go home and play it after the show. Pulp may have just arrived in these parts, but they've already moved on.

Tracklist:
  1. The Fear
  2. Do You Remember the First Time?
  3. Joyriders
  4. Underwear
  5. Dishes
  6. Seductive Barry
  7. Sorted For E's & Wizz
  8. TV Movie
  9. A Little Soul
  10. Help the Aged
  11. Sylvia
  12. Party Hard
  13. This is Hardcore
  14. Glory Days
  15. Common People
LINK HERE (~194 Mb)

воскресенье, 25 апреля 2010 г.

Hi again!

Yeah, it was a small problems with my computer - many viruses at last week!! But I killed them all and return to this place again. Soon I'll upload the new files))

суббота, 17 апреля 2010 г.

воскресенье, 11 апреля 2010 г.

Suede #3 - Razzmatazz, Barcelona (20 November 2003)


Tracklist:
  1. Introducing the Band
  2. This Hollywood Life
  3. Killing of a Flasn Boy
  4. Animal Nitrate
  5. So Young
  6. Lost in TV
  7. She's in Fashion
  8. The Drowners
  9. Metal Mickey
  10. Indian Strings
  11. Attitude
  12. Gan't Get Enough
  13. Trash
  14. Beautiful Ones
LINK HERE (~57 Mb)

Jarvis Cocker #4 - Glastonbury 2009 (27 June 2009)

Oh, yeah. I never said I was J-A-R-V-IIIII-S, I never said that I was clever...

Tracklist:
  1. Pilchard
  2. Angela
  3. Slush
  4. Homewrecker!
  5. Fat Children
  6. You're in My Eyes (Discosong)
LINK HERE (~454 Mb)


четверг, 8 апреля 2010 г.

Pulp #13 - Leeds Carling Festival (27 August 2000)

Memorable show on Leeds Carling Festival 2000.

Tracklist:
  1. Common People
  2. Weeds
  3. Something Changed
  4. The Night That Minnie Timperley Died
  5. Help the Aged
  6. Sorted For E's & Wizz
  7. I Love Life
  8. This is Hardcore
  9. Sunrise
  10. Party Hard
  11. Do You Remember the First Time?
LINK HERE (~94 Mb)

вторник, 6 апреля 2010 г.

Jarvis Cocker #3 - Black Session 252 (20 November 2006)


Tracklist:
  1. Cunts Are Still Running the World
  2. Don't Let Him Waste Your Time
  3. Heavy Weather
  4. I Will Kill Again
  5. From Auschwitz to Ipswich
  6. Tonite
  7. Big Julie
  8. Disney Time
  9. Fat Children
  10. Black Magic
LINK HERE (~54 Mb)

суббота, 3 апреля 2010 г.

Pulp #12 - Barrowlands, Glasgow (22 November 2001) aka "Minnie Timperley Died Round Here" bootleg


Tracklist:

  1. Weeds
  2. The Night That Minnie Timperley Died
  3. The Birds In Your Garden
  4. Something Changed
  5. Laughing Boy
  6. Live Bed Show
  7. F.E.E.L.I.N.G.C.A.L.L.E.D.L.O.V.E.
  8. Bad Cover Version
  9. The Trees
  10. I Love Life
  11. This is Hardcore
  12. Sunrise
  13. Sorted For E's & Wizz
  14. Babies
  15. The Fear
  16. Party Hard
  17. Joyriders
  18. Underwear
LINK HERE (~181 Mb)

пятница, 2 апреля 2010 г.

Pulp #11 - Rockpalast Festival, Loreley, Germany (20 June 1998) aka "Live Hardcore" bootleg


Tracklist:
  1. The Fear
  2. Do You Remember the First Time?
  3. I'm a Man
  4. This is Hardcore
  5. Sorted For E's & Wizz
  6. TV Movie
  7. Party Hard
  8. Help the Aged
  9. Glory Days
  10. Common People
LINK HERE (~75 Mb)

Suede #2 - Universal Trash, Denmark (30 April 1999)


Tracklist:
  1. Can't Get Enough
  2. Electricity
  3. Trash
  4. She
  5. Everything Will Flow
  6. Indian Strings
  7. Beautiful Ones
  8. Elephant Man
  9. Down
  10. He's Gone
  11. Lazy
  12. Savoir Faire
  13. Crack In The Union Jack
LINK HERE (~62 Mb)

Suede #1 - Ritz, Manchester (21 March 2010)

REUNIOOOOOOON!!!

Tracklist:
  1. Europe Is Our Playground
  2. She
  3. Trash
  4. Filmstar
  5. Animal Nitrate
  6. Heroine
  7. Pantomime Horse
  8. Flashboy
  9. Can't Get Enough
  10. Everything Will Flow
  11. He's Gone
  12. The Next Life
  13. Asphalt World
  14. So Young
  15. Metal Mickey
  16. Wild Ones
  17. The Drowners
  18. Beautiful Ones
  19. Obsessions
  20. The 2 Of Us
LINK HERE (~166 Mb)

четверг, 1 апреля 2010 г.

Keane #1 - AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland (19 October 2006)


Tracklist:
  1. Intro
  2. Put It Behind You
  3. Everybody's Changing
  4. Leaving So Soon?
  5. We Might As Well Be Strangers
  6. Nothing In My Way
  7. Bend And Break
  8. Try Again
  9. Your Eyes Open
  10. Hamburg Song
  11. Can't Stop Now
  12. The Frog Prince
  13. A Bad Dream
  14. This Is The Last Time
  15. Broken Toy
  16. Somewhere Only WE Know
  17. Is It Any Wonder?
  18. Atlantic
  19. Crystal Ball
  20. Bedshaped
LINK HERE (~88 Mb)
 
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