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Thought it might be an idea to have a thread on newly discovered Pulp video clips online.

This seems to be a hitherto undocumented TV appearance,  (no sign of it mentioned on the Wiki anyway) performing/miming Misshapes on some show called "Adam", from somewhere in Europe (Germany? Scandinavia?). Hard to tell whether it's from before Different Class came out, and that it was a promo trip for the single or whether it's from a few months later (during their European tour in early 1996?).

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wLc1z3yQWBU

 

Also, Giles Acrylic recently uploaded some great clips of members of Pulp (Mark, Nick, Candida) on BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show in 1997 competing in a quiz on, well, Pulp.  

The one with Mark probably the best. Further proof that Marc and Lard tended to get the best banter out of the band:

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qcRwy2NzWfo

 

 



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I have a lot of love for misshapes these days, thought it was a daft piece of rubbish at the time..opinion completely changed..
Anyroad, nice clip, cheers E..

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I've got a load of VHS tapes in my shed including an audience recording from 1998 where the Stars in Your Eyes Jarvis was on stage with the real Jarvis. Unfortunately, I don't have the equipment or the time to convert and upload them right now. Watch this space though...

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They look so youthful there. Great to hear Mark, Lard and Pulp- applause to Giles.

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A short interview with a rather chatty and confident/grumpy Mark Webber at Roskilde'98:



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Thanks for sharing the Mark Webber interview! There doesn't seem to be enough interviews of him.

I'm guessing that was filmed on the 27th because I can hear The Stranglers in the background (apparently they replaced Echo & the Bunnymen). Pulpwiki and setlist.fm says Pulp played on the 27th but a YouTube upload of Pulp's set says the 26th. I'm assuming the upload is incorrect. Can anyone shed any clarity on this?

The concert footage isn't the best, but I'm not complaining. There's lots of chat from a grumpy Jarvis (e.g the "you are a tosser" bit after Sorted, gets annoyed by the mic and gives some words of wisdom before Party Hard) and he even plays with a flag at the start of This Is Hardcore.

EDIT: I know it's not a new video but I felt that it could be relevant!



-- Edited by MrOceanRain on Wednesday 3rd of February 2021 11:52:13 AM

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Not *strictly* Jarvis, but hey, no better day to share this than today.



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