Live Review: Pulp at the Warfield

Pulp review: Band of misfits rocks the Warfield: Aidin Vaziri | Without any fresh material to promote, Pulp was free to indulge its fans with the good stuff – dizzying Britpop staples like “Disco 2000,” “Babies” and “Underwear,” along with several deep album cuts. Cocker still resembled everyone’s favorite math teacher at the club – all flailing limbs, jutting hips and long, rambling anecdotes between songs. Under crackling neon letters that spelled out its name, the band recharged its biggest hit, “Common People,” setting off a riot of bouncing bodies in the balcony and on the floor. “I know a lot of time has passed,” Cocker said, addressing the faithful like a long-lost sage. “A lot of things have grown. A lot of things have disappeared. But we’re all still here.”
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