Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks

The special edition of the autobiography of Nick Banks, the drummer for legendary British band Pulp. This edition is the only way to get the book in hardback and it features an alternative cover.

Featuring an introduction by Richard Hawley.

So It Started There chronicles the life and career of drummer Nick Banks, and how he came to be in one of the UK’s most iconic and beloved bands: Pulp.

Beginning with his childhood in Rotherham, Nick recounts his personal and musical journey through the genres, first as a punk, then as a goth; how it all started when he was first inspired to pick up the sticks by Sex Pistols drummer, Paul Cook.

Flash forward to the eighties, Nick has been playing in a handful of Sheffield groups and spies an ad from his favourite band, Pulp, in a local club. He pays Jarvis and the gang a visit and the rest is history.

From there, Nick describes his growth as a professional drummer and musician, the trials and tribulations of chasing success in the music industry, touring triumphs and horrors, the band’s journey from relative obscurity to becoming a global sensation, and the process of writing and recording their most famous albums.

Written with warmth, humour and inimitable northern charm, Nick tells all. And with it, tells the story of a band that defined a generation.

‘Nick Banks is the time-keeper of Pulp, and within these covers are the early times, the good times, the not-so-good times and the WTF times. Do You Remember the First Time? Nick does. Great stuff.’ – Jarvis Cocker

Nick Banks

So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp

Omnibus
Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Hardback +

£20.00

signed

Special Edition signed by Nick Banks, limited edition hardback with alternative cover

Signed Copy
Released 28/09/2023Catalogue Number

9781915841179

Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Paperback

£20.00

Released 28/09/2023Catalogue Number

9781915841100

Nick Banks

So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp

Omnibus
Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Hardback +

£20.00

signed

Special Edition signed by Nick Banks, limited edition hardback with alternative cover

Signed Copy
Released 28/09/2023Catalogue Number

9781915841179

Album artwork for  So It Started There: From Punk to Pulp  by Nick Banks
Paperback

£20.00

Released 28/09/2023Catalogue Number

9781915841100

The special edition of the autobiography of Nick Banks, the drummer for legendary British band Pulp. This edition is the only way to get the book in hardback and it features an alternative cover.

Featuring an introduction by Richard Hawley.

So It Started There chronicles the life and career of drummer Nick Banks, and how he came to be in one of the UK’s most iconic and beloved bands: Pulp.

Beginning with his childhood in Rotherham, Nick recounts his personal and musical journey through the genres, first as a punk, then as a goth; how it all started when he was first inspired to pick up the sticks by Sex Pistols drummer, Paul Cook.

Flash forward to the eighties, Nick has been playing in a handful of Sheffield groups and spies an ad from his favourite band, Pulp, in a local club. He pays Jarvis and the gang a visit and the rest is history.

From there, Nick describes his growth as a professional drummer and musician, the trials and tribulations of chasing success in the music industry, touring triumphs and horrors, the band’s journey from relative obscurity to becoming a global sensation, and the process of writing and recording their most famous albums.

Written with warmth, humour and inimitable northern charm, Nick tells all. And with it, tells the story of a band that defined a generation.

‘Nick Banks is the time-keeper of Pulp, and within these covers are the early times, the good times, the not-so-good times and the WTF times. Do You Remember the First Time? Nick does. Great stuff.’ – Jarvis Cocker