Pulp: The Beat is the Law – A film about the band Pulp's rise to mid-90's Britpop glory out of Margaret Thatcher's turbulent 80's

“…stories, both musical and political, are captured with great power…”

I, me, mine: Sheffield’s rock outcrop and the pit dispute

Author: Simon Warner

“Any British cities possess a distinctive musical character but few have seen their rock’n’roll evolution shaped so profoundly by the prevailing political climate as Sheffield’s was during the early 1980s as the Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire took on the might of Thatcherite Whitehall…”

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