O.U. (Gone Gone)
by Pulp

Album: Intro - The Gift Recordings (1992)

Songfacts®:

  • Like the follow-up single "Razzmatazz," "O.U. (Gone Gone)" was released as a standalone single (Pulp's previous album Separations had come out shortly before) and later included on Intro - The Gift Recordings, released in 1995 once the band had moved to the major-label Island.

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