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Here is a list of some rare Pulp songs

Have you heard any of these songs? Any favorites?

Dogs are everywhere – Pulp: “Dogs Are Everywhere” in a non-album single released by British band Pulp in 1986. The title song is a soft ballad reminiscent of the band’s first album It, but the B-sides have a darker sound closer to the band’s next album Freaks. All of the songs are included on the compilation album Masters of the Universe.

Death goes to the disco – Pulp: From “Countdown” single. Countdown is the second and final single from the album Separations. The song was re-recorded for the single release. The CD single cover stated the same track listing as 12″ single but in fact the tracks were reversed

This House Is Condemned – “My Legendary Girlfriend” is the first single from the album Separations by British band Pulp. The single was first released in 1991 on 12″ vinyl and then in 1996 on CD featuring the original track-listing. “Is This House?” and “This House Is Condemned” were remixed by Parrot (Richard Barratt) and Winston (Winston Hazel).

There is a 7″ vinyl limited edition of 500 copies version of the single released in 1992 on Bob Stanley’s label Caff Records. The new A-side “My Legendary Girlfriend” was taken from 11th September 1991 live BBC soundcheck. “Sickly Grin” and “Back in L.A.” are 1982 and 1984 demos accordingly.

O.U. – Pulp: “O.U. (Gone, Gone)” is a single released by British pop band Pulp in 1992. The song was later included on the compilation album Intro – The Gift Recordings in 1993.