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I'm not sure whether to buy any songs or not, but this album seems interesting. They have just seemed to be doing covors of songs from different decades, but I'm not sure if I like it.

Awesome!

This is soooooo cool!! I love it, it has just put the biggest smile on my face, i love all the classic songs and the version i will survive is great! These girls are great!!

Great stuff!!!

I love this album and have played it at least 20 times already. My favourite track is Heart of Glass followed closely by Wuthering Heights. I highly recommend this album if you enjoy listening to music that makes you smile and sing along.

Biography

Formed: London, England

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Modernizing the harmony vocal pop of '30s and '40s groups like the Andrews Sisters, London's Puppini Sisters took the name of Marcella Puppini, who founded the act after being inspired by the music in the film The Triplets of Belleville. Puppini, a native of Bologna, Italy, moved to London in 1990 to study fashion and quickly became immersed in the city's music scene. Though she had a career at Vivienne Westwood's design studio, she left to focus on music, and in 2003 earned a music degree at Trinity...
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