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His 'n' Hers
Released: 29th October 2019
|2xLP||£24.99||Out of Stock|
Deluxe 25th anniversary reissue edition, pressed on 180-gram heavyweight 2-disc set for extra audio quality. Enhanced packaging – housed in sumptuous gatefold sleeve with printed inner bags. Remastered at Abbey Road – supervised by Steve Mackey (Pulp bass player and producer).
His ‘n’ Hers is the fourth studio album by Pulp and was the first to be released on a major label. It was originally released in 1994 and together with its follow-up Different Class, it is one of the highlights of 90’s ‘Britpop’. Its influences emanate from old glam and post-punk records, with the hooks and immediacy of perfect pop — it was sensual yet intellectual, cheap yet sophisticated, retro yet modern — with each seeming paradox giving the music weight instead of weighing it down: with Jarvis Cocker’s wry comments on life in Sheffield, where desperation, sex, and crime are always on the surface, creating evocative images with an appropriate amount of drama and a surplus of flair!