8 thoughts on “ Tell Me What You Want - The Pipettes - We Are The Pipettes (CD, Album) ”

  1. Jul 23,  · Oftentimes, they can be blissfully sunny as well: "Pull Shapes" will immediately make you want to get up and dance with its Wall of Sound feel. But they manage heartbreak just as well: "A Winter's Sky" carries a lovely sadness, while "Tell Me What You Want," with its flutes and lovely harmonies calls to mind Saint Etienne/5(19).
  2. Aug 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of We Are The Pipettes on Discogs/5(20).
  3. WOW. As much as I *LOVE* this album, I am really disappointed and saddened by the sound quality of the vinyl LPs. I bought the US edition on vinyl and the sound quality was so lousy and overcompressed that I spent the extra cash to get a copy of the original UK version of the LP/5(38).
  4. This release was the debut album from `experimental manufactured girl band' the Pipettes. The group set out to recreate that classic sixties (and more specifically Phil Spector) sound and look, though edged with a modern twist/5(53).
  5. Jan 01,  · Well if you haven't noticed this album is much different sounding than then the (in my humble opinion vastly superior) UK version. The downsides include: 1.) Distracting additional instruments which is especially found in "Tell Me What You Want" 2.) Different instrumental leads such as the guitar intro drowning out the piano intro in "Dirty /5(53).
  6. Apr 20,  · referencing We Are The Pipettes, CD, Album, "A Winter's Sky" carries a lovely sadness, while "Tell Me What You Want," with its flutes and lovely harmonies calls to mind Saint Etienne. An album that's easy and a pleasure to return to again and again. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful /5().
  7. Just when you thought they didn't make 'em like that anymore, Brighton's Pipettes emerge with this debut album to prove you wrong. With hooks and looks borrowed from the golden era of Phil Spector, the Pipettes, it seems, are on an admirable mission to re-establish the concept of the girl group, and there are, undoubtedly, some true gems on We Are the Pipettes: the mid-summer single "Pull.
  8. ‘We Are The Pipettes’ is an album written by teenagers for teenagers. An album that understands the heartbreak of leaving the disco alone (It Hurts To See You Dance So Well), tells stories of befriending the school’s outcast (Judy) and the older boyfriend who only wants one thing (Sex).

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