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For Fans Of: Abba, Chic, Studio 54, Philly Soul, The Human League, Motown. The Pipettes were never your typical pop band and now they re back to prove it. They ve put the polka dot dresses on ice, brought the boys out of the shadows and had a change in the girl department too. Their musical roots of sculpted, self-confessed, unabashed pop remain intact, but with a fresh new take.
(Stop The Music).. has the sort of chorus that makes you go a little bit wobbly and misty-eyed and we like it very much indeed. --Popjustice (Song Of The Day)
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about The Pipettes second album 'Earth vs The Pipettes'.
It depends how you like your pop I guess. Shallow? Mindless?
Vacuous? Tick all three if you are a grumpy curmudgeon! If
on the other hand you don't mind a bit of harmless jollity
then these twelve tracks might be right up your street.
We find a trimmed-down edition of the original line-up here.
It has come down to sisters Ani and Gwenno Saunders to carry
the brand into perpetuity with the guidance and inspiration
of writer/producer Robert Barry (aka Monster Barry).
The album is unremittingly upbeat and nothing wrong with that.
It's all a bit rough around the edges and clearly hasn't got the
kind of money behind it which propels the likes of Girls Aloud
or The Saturdays into the airwaves and you know what, if there
has to be such a thing as a girl band then I'll settle for this
one please! Yes, there are shades of Bananarama here and a glimpse
of Sophie Ellis-Bextor there but I'm not gonna complain because
I like them too. The tunes are good and that's what matters.
Things kick off with a real stormer in the shape of 'Call Me'.
It's got the kind of chorus which (however cliched) wants to make
me sing along with my hands in the air (not a good look for any
carnivore over fifty I know!) It's got more than a whiff of
Hazell Dean (remember her?) about it which is bound to make it
a winner in my books! The crisp and dry harmonies are delightful.
'Thank You' is another perfectly lovely composition. The
flattened Southern-county vowel sounds make it extra special!
Pop by numbers for sure but completely sincere and unashamed.Read more ›