Limited mint green colored vinyl LP pressing. Different Class was the fifth album by Pulp and their commercial breakthrough. The inspiration for the title came from a friend of charismatic frontman Jarvis Cocker who used the phrase "different class" to describe something that was "in a class of it's own." The 12-track offering shot to #1 on the UK album charts in 1995 at the height of Britpop with the classic track "Common People" reaching #2 on the UK singles chart. The album explores sex and class with Cocker's biting, witty lyrics taking a perfect snapshot of mid-90s English suburban and working class life.