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December 3, 2007 "We Are The Pipettes" has enough zip, drive and sass to be the theme song to a cartoon about the band's adventures, so much so that it's not surprising that The Pipettes' members throw out a roll call at the top.
November 13, 2007 The Pipettes, an ultracool British pop trio, put a postmodern spin on songs that throw back to the sound of Phil Spector. The group is defiantly catchy, a new kind of bubblegum for listeners' ears. "We are the Pipettes," its members sing, "and we have no regrets."
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March 12, 2007 As befits its running time — but not its seemingly nonsensical title — The Pipettes' "The Burning Ambition of the Early Diuretics" is simple: A girl doesn't understand why the object of her affection refuses to admit what every indication tells her is true. So she asks, firmly but sweetly, for answers.
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