Song of the Week #3

Hello fellow comrades, Plotter is back with another fantastic song of the week. It was suggested by our dear sock consumer and my good friend, Messy! He has given us a fantastic song called Disco 2000 by Pulp.

Here’s what he had to say about the song:

The beats sounded very energetic and fun with all the different noises.

I certainly agree with his comment! It’s a fantastic.. or as I would say, grape combination of beats and it suits the melody well. The lyrics also make a lot of sense, as absurd as they sound. The song seemed quite intriguing to me. Hence, I decided to dissect the lyrics and this what I found. It’s mainly a story about how to people got close to each other but split up after deciding how they wanted to live their lives in the future.

The band itself is also quite interesting. Their band members constantly changed in the years they were active. They even took a hiatus between 2002-2011. The current members are Jarvis Cocker, Candida Doyle, Nick Banks and Steve Mackey. They were members that played during the reunion period between 2011-2013. Pulp was an English rock band formed in Sheffield in 1978. The song Disco 2000 was made on  27 November 1995. It’s older than most of us in Help Force. They have made fantastic albums and wonderful album covers too. The most eye catching one to me is the album they made in 1998.

Freshly Squeezed... the Early Years - Wikipedia

It goes very well with the band name, the fact that it’s called pulp and that they have an orange as their album cover. Many of their songs including Disco 2000 can be found on various platforms like Youtube, Deezer and most importantly, Spotify! As always, I have made a special playlist curated around the song suggested. Enjoy and come back next time for another fantastic song suggestion!

Hope you enjoyed this week’s playlist! Come back next week for a new one! Until then, Unleash The Power Of Helping. 


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One Response

  1. Amazing song
    I just started listening to it and now i can’t stop

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