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Do You Remember The First Time ? - A Short Film - Pulp - Do You Remember The First Time ? (VHS)

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  1. Whilst not necessarily the band's breakthrough single, Jarvis Cocker has described "Do You Remember The First Time?" as "the day modern-day Pulp was born." This was where the signature sound of the band came together after the many years of experimentation and lineup changes that had proceeded.
  2. "Do You Remember the First Time?" is a song by British rock band Pulp, taken from their album His 'n' Hers. It was released 21 March as the second single from the album, charting at #33 in the UK Singles Chart (see in British music). It was the first Pulp single to reach the UK Top Format: 7" vinyl, 12" vinyl, CD single, cassette single.
  3. You wanna go home Do you remember the first time? I can't remember a worse time but you know that we've changed so much since then Oh yeah, we've grown Now I don't care what you're doing No, I don't care if you screw him Just as long as you save a piece for me, oh yeah now Do you remember the first time? I can't remember a worse time but you.
  4. You say you've got to go home. Well at least there's someone there that you can talk to. And you never have to face up to the night on your own. Jesus, it must be great to be straight. Do you remember the first time? I can't remember a worse time. But you know that we've changed so much since then, Oh yeah, We've grown. Now I don't care what.
  5. May 31,  · The single charted at #33 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the first Pulp single to reach the UK Top To promote the release of “Do You Remember the First Time?”, lead singer Jarvis Cocker asked fans to recount stories of their own “first time” sexual experiences. A short film was produced by Cocker and Steve Mackey, featuring loss of virginity stories from celebrities including Justine .
  6. Jangly, riffy and lyrically thoughtful, Do You Remember the First Time? by Pulp still holds up strong nearly two decades after its release. The guitar wanders across much territory, first laying down a light U2-ish sound wash, establishing lengthy and catchy melodic riffs, moving on to neat soaring sonics, then slipping back and forth for the duration of this fun tune.
  7. The videos from 'Intro' to 'We Love Life' and various documentaries, short films and videotaped TV appearances (including Chris Morris' Brass Eye Pulp parody, Blouse's 'Me Oh Myra').Well worth owning for the 'Bad Cover Version' video alone, but most of the promos are interesting, well made and enjoyable little films.
  8. You say you've never been sure, Though it makes good sense for you to be together. Still you bought a toy that can reach the places he never goes. Oh, now it's getting late. He's so straight. Do you remember the first time? I can't remember a worse time. But you know that we've changed so much since then, Oh yeah, We've grown.

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