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Apart from the image-defining "Mis-Shapes," there's nothing missing from Hits, and while these are songs identified with their time, they transcend it, with even the new contribution, "Last Day of the Miners' Strike," holding its own on a collection of singles as strong as anything in '90s pop music.
Whitman-Walker Health. Pete Tampa. Pete Fort Lauderdale. The Center Orlando. Those minor missteps aside, PUP is an incredibly self-assured and refreshing debut for a band unwilling to shake the pressures of becoming an adult.
With a beer in hand and an irreverent middle finger on the other, PUP makes punk rock effortless. Album Reviews.The closing track of ‘Different Class’ brilliantly captured the bleary-eyed, 3am confusion of an all nighter fading away in the glimmer of a dingy cafe (in this case Soho’s Bar Italia).Missing: Pupazzi.