This Is Hardcore [12 inch Analog] Import
Amazon.com: 5 件のカスタマーレビュー
2017年9月20日 - (Amazon.com)
Awesome album! It came in perfect shape.
2017年1月20日 - (Amazon.com)
I love this CD. It was on excellent conditions.
the palp is the best for the modern music scene
2015年7月1日 - (Amazon.com)
Even in 2000, the palp is the best for the modern music scene vetaniki
Don't expect "Common People" part II
2015年1月13日 - (Amazon.com)
I almost don't want to write this review because it is hard for me to be less-than-enthusiastic about Jarvis and his band, but there it is. I was turned on to Pulp during the infamous "Britpop Wars" of the 1990's, when my music buying habits were usually steered by reviews in "Select" magazine and the like. So like a lot of others, "Common People" was a wild revelation when it was released, and when I found out this awesome band had been around forever and had a bunch of back catalogue titles, I sought them all out. I was underwhelmed by "His n' Hers", and a lot of their earlier stuff just sounds so different from "Common People". When "This is Hardcore" came out I bought it immediately without a listen because I thought it would be a continuation of the "Common People" sound, but it really isn't that at all. I find the tracks to be over-long and just generally without any spark, almost like the band didn't want to really commit to the songs. I didn't find any hooks that approached "Mis-Shapes" or even the slower "Live Bed Show" from "Common People", where more pensive and thoughtful tracks still are great songs. I won't go on, but if you liked "Common People", I would recommend skipping this album and instead buying Jarvis' solo efforts "Jarvis" and "Further Complications", which go a lot further in capturing the wit and vigor that made me a fan of Pulp in the first place.
2016年3月30日 - (Amazon.com)
great album, great songs. Pulp is music for your soul, for your brain. If you like music like common people, please don't listen pulp. Pulp goes deep inside your heart, your fears, your dreams. And this record, is one of the best 90's records.