The official Pulp Facebook group.
Pulp's official Twitter account.
(no longer online - archive link)
This is the old official Pulp site. It became dormant after Pulp went on hiatus at the end of 2002. Included news, live reviews, lyrics, a discography, photos of Sheffield and lots more.
Launched to promote Jarvis' second solo album Further Complications.
Videos, tour dates, news and more.
Jarvis' Myspace page.
Site for Jarvis' Sunday afternoon radio show on BBC 6 Music.
A superb site. It includes a very detailed discography, an extensive list of TV appearances and a long list of transcribed magazine interviews. Well worth visiting.
This site has been down for several years. It once featured lyrics and very entertaining reviews for virtually every Pulp song. It will hopefully return one day - come on Steve!
A site promoting Mark Sturdy's excellent biography Truth & Beauty: The Story of Pulp.
See which Pulp tracks people are listening to at the moment and discuss them using the Shoutbox.
Read Pulp's entry on Wikipedia.
A collection of photos, including some rarely seen pictures from the '80s.
A new blog that aims to write about every Pulp song in chronological order.
A blog featuring reviews of most Pulp songs.
Information on live shows, demos and rarities.
Some information about the Sudan Gerri demo, written by the guy who recorded it.
Lots of interesting Pulpy things to read here. Site created by Lindsay-Marie (aka PulpQueenie).
Below is a list of old sites dedicated to Pulp - some have not been updated in more than a decade:
This message board has been around for several years and it's still well used despite Pulp's dormant state.
Includes a message board.
Richard Hawley's official site. He was formerly Pulp's live guitarist.
Makers of three documentary films about the Sheffield music scene: Made in Sheffield, The Beat Is the Law (Part 1) and The Beat Is the Law (Fanfare for the Common People). All these films feature Pulp related material and are worth seeing. The Beat Is the Law also has a separate site .