His 'n' Hers is the fourth studio album by English rock band Pulp, released on 18 April by Island Records. It proved to be the band's breakthrough album, reaching number nine on the UK Albums Chart, and was nominated for the Mercury Music adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.info: Britpop, glam pop.
Pulp had been kicking around since , but for all intents and purposes, their major-label debut, His 'n' Hers is their de facto debut: the album that established their musical and lyrical obsessions and, in turn, the album where the world at large became acquainted with their glassy, tightly wound synth pop and lead singer Jarvis Cocker 's impeccably barbed wit.9/
"Seconds" follows similar themes to another track on the EP, "His 'n' Hers," and indeed a lot of themes from the His 'n' Hers album as a whole: rejection of conformity and domesticated bliss in life, stemming seemingly from Jarvis Cocker's personal dislike of marriage and convention. The sleeve notes state that '"Seconds" explores the idea that perfect people are well, "perfectly boring to be honest.".
Apr 21, · The seeds for Pulp’s second act were planted prior to His ‘N’ Hers, but just barely. In his great retrospective on the band, The Quietus editor Luke Turner identified “My Legendary Author: Brad Sanders.