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Boomkat Product Review:
You know how it is - one minute you're idolising John Peel from your bedroom in Broomhill, the next you're headlining Glastonbury and feeling a little bit hollow inside and decide to jack in the music business in order to live in Paris and record art-school documentaries for Radio 4... Doesn't sound familiar? Then you're evidently not Jarvis Cocker - rakish front man of the Brit-Pop highlight Pulp and now solo artist taking on he world's politicians with the charmingly titled 'C*nts Are Still Ruling The World' (not included on the CD version we're afraid...). Very much bred from Cocker's way with an angular phrase and his ear for pop-picked melancholy, 'Jarvis' is essentially a new Pulp album - combining moments of grand pomp with the kitchen-sink dramas of everyday life. Always able to bring a sense of the domestic to whatever he does, the widescreen rock on show may be wide-screen in vision but it's still TV sized at heart - as Cocker plagiarizes Tommy James for 'Black Magic', gets all sinister on 'I Will Kill Again' and drops all pretence for the poignant 'Baby's Coming Back To Me'. Proving why he's one of Britain's most treasured songwriting talents, 'Jarvis' is dramatic pop music done good. Cock-a-hoop!