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Less ’60s, more ‘80s is the order of the day on the Pipettes’ sophomore album Earth vs. The Pipettes. The stylistic shift coincides with a radical line-up change, resulting in Gwenno and Ani Saunders’ emergence as the British combo’s two lead vocalists. In these tracks, songwriting mastermind Monster Bobby moves the group forward from Phil Spector-style girl-group sounds into the synth-pop era with the help of producer Martin Rushent (the man behind the boards for Human League and Altered Images, among others). The result is heavy on buoyant tunes and spun-candy harmonies, all in the service of semi-ironic lyrics about love, break-ups, dancing and alien life forms. Gwenno and Ani dive into the material with plenty of zest, propelled by glossy rhythm tracks and swathed in gossamer strings. The breezy “Call Me,” the tropically funky “Stop the Music” and the throbbing “From Today” are among the highlights. Best of all is “Our Love Was Saved by Spacemen,” a shameless hunk of DayGlo kitsch that the singers treat absolutely seriously.

Customer Reviews


Thought I had found another Band I LOVED! , The first album was incredible, but this one has lost what was The Pipettes to me am so sad.

Well, it arrived

The "blue-eyed brunette" and "the one with the glasses" aren't present this time, but it's actually a pretty good album, catchy at times. Very polished, shiny disco-pop. Captain Rhythm, Call Me and Stop The Music are recommended.


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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