Is this THE great lost single? If they'd released it after On & On and (the re-released, Chris Evans-approved) She Said instead of Lost Myself, would it have sealed their position as One Of The Greatest 90s Indie Bands, rather than a dark secret from Richard Hawley's past, or an odd Pulp-related footnote/curio?
I can't even find the fucker on the internet, so there's no link. But if you've got it, listen to it, RIGHT NOW.
You see? It's fucking INCREDIBLE.