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Earth vs. The Pipettes

The Pipettes

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The New Pipettes

Quite dissimilar to their debut album, the new lineup of the Pipettes has just released their new record. Of course, with a half-new line-up (Ani Saunders replacing Rose Elinor Dougall and RiotBekki of Electric Blue) comes a slight change in direction. Their 60's group style is still present, but is mixed somewhat with 70s and late 80s influences too, which is a refreshing change. Though their tongue-in-cheek lyrics are somewhat diluted, this album is definately better than the critics have been suggesting and is extremely listenable and most definately packed full of fun.

Standout tracks are Call Me, Our Love Was Saved By A Spaceman, and Need A Little Time.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Brighton, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Matching polka-dot dresses, choreography, and retro sensibilities form the building blocks of the Pipettes, a modern-day girl group from Brighton, England. The group was launched in 2003 by Monster Bobby (real name: Robert William Barry), a local promoter who sought to revive the classic Phil Spector-inspired sound of the early '60s. An all-male troupe of backing musicians, the Cassettes, made up the backbone of the Pipettes' sound, but Monster Bobby smartly recruited three photogenic vocalists to...
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