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Was just wondering if anyone ever archived the old Pulp website - circa 98/99. I remember maybe a banner image of Help The Aged (peering through the blinds), it being TIH pink and maybe a tour diary from US 98 tour. I used to sneak sports and PE and go to the library and look it up and then print out the pics on the dot matrix printer.

The site I think morphed into We Love Live livery.

 

 

 



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It certainly used to be archived on web.archive.org - which is blocked where I am now so can't check. But put rise.co.uk/pulp (I think that was the address?) into there and see what comes up!



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There were two websites, the first of which was the rise one that Sturdy mentions above, this site died some time around 1998-99 and in late 1999, Alex launched a new website alongside the Pulp People fanclub. Originally, the address was www.pulppeople.freeserve.co.uk but then it became www.pulppeople.plus.com (just an address change, there was also www.pulponline.com but that just linked to one of the aforementioned addresses)



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