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Sturdy wrote:

They could push it to at least 6 nights I think. There are enough songs circa Freaks (eg the Fire EPs, Sudan Gerri songs etc) for that to be a whole night on its own. So Seps+Intro for the next one (hey, that's what the live set in 1992 basically was), then HnH/DC, then a night for Hardcore and associated B sides, and the final night as you say.

But basically, yes please!


To do 150 songs, it would probably be 7 nights for each main album with around 20 songs in each set.   Freaks + MOTU compilation (which was the last remastered release) and Separations + Intro compilation.   Nice to speculate, but it wont happen smile



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It's about time Pulp released a proper anthology/career-spanning compilation covering Fire and Island eras.

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timahall wrote:

It's about time Pulp released a proper anthology/career-spanning compilation covering Fire and Island eras.


There are umpteen Fire compilations only one of which was any good, but that has been mostly superseded by the Freaks reissue. Also my fear of any retrospectIve these days is it comes out in 3 or 4 different editions, and I would be enough of a sucker to buy them.  I would settle for PulpIntro as pretty much everything else has been reissued in the last 10 years.  What would be nice is an LP that gathered together tracks like Born To Cry and Grandfathers Nursery which arent on Pulp releases. 



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A wishlist dream set list from the likes of me would be a ludicrously no chance in hell scenario..
So, i expect the usual suspects but would be very pleasantly joyous if they threw in a handful of oddities amongst it all...

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ArrGee wrote:
timahall wrote:

It's about time Pulp released a proper anthology/career-spanning compilation covering Fire and Island eras.


There are umpteen Fire compilations only one of which was any good, but that has been mostly superseded by the Freaks reissue. Also my fear of any retrospectIve these days is it comes out in 3 or 4 different editions, and I would be enough of a sucker to buy them.  I would settle for PulpIntro as pretty much everything else has been reissued in the last 10 years.  What would be nice is an LP that gathered together tracks like Born To Cry and Grandfathers Nursery which arent on Pulp releases. 


 I'm talking about an anthology that covers their entire career. That has never happened before.



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timahall wrote:
ArrGee wrote:
timahall wrote:

It's about time Pulp released a proper anthology/career-spanning compilation covering Fire and Island eras.


There are umpteen Fire compilations only one of which was any good, but that has been mostly superseded by the Freaks reissue. Also my fear of any retrospective these days is it comes out in 3 or 4 different editions, and I would be enough of a sucker to buy them.  I would settle for PulpIntro as pretty much everything else has been reissued in the last 10 years.  What would be nice is an LP that gathered together tracks like Born To Cry and Grandfathers Nursery which arent on Pulp releases. 


 I'm talking about an anthology that covers their entire career. That has never happened before.


 Understood, but having three versions of Nothing Has Changed didn't endear me to the Bowie estate.  And I would rather Pulp not do likewise.  Up until now, I think Pulp have been very good in having one Hits CD. If only other acts (or their record companies) showed similar constraint.



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