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The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

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The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

The Merry Sound of the Pipettes

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The Pipettes' sound throws back to the days of Phil Spector. hide caption

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The Pipettes, an ultracool British pop trio, puts a postmodern spin on songs that throw back to the sound of Phil Spector.

The band's CD We Are the Pipettes is defiantly catchy, a new kind of bubblegum for listeners' ears. "We are the Pipettes," its members sing, "and we have no regrets."

When they visited the Bryant Park studios, with their angelic harmonies and choreographed hand movements, they showed exactly why.

Video: 'Pull Shapes'

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Album
We Are the Pipettes
Artist
The Pipettes
Label
Interscope
Released
2006

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