Song: Judy Artist: The Pipettes. From the album We Are The Pipettes. p) Memphis Industries 2006.
We Are The Pipettes is the debut album from the Pipettes and is named after the group's theme song. It was released on 17 July 2006 by Memphis Industries on CD, vinyl and digital download. The song "We Are the Pipettes" was featured in "Everything Changes", the first episode of the TV series Torchwood.
The Pipettes /pɪˈpɛts/ were a British indie pop girl group formed in 2003 in Brighton by Robert "Monster Bobby" Barry. The group has released two albums, We Are the Pipettes, and Earth vs. The Pipettes and released numerous singles to support it; the most successful being "Pull Shapes" which peaked at No. 26 in the UK Singles Chart. The group was active from 2003-2011.
Meet The Pipettes - EP Q&A. More The Pipettes albums. Earth vs. the Pipettes.
Just when you thought they didn't make 'em like that anymore, Brighton's Pipettes emerge with this debut album to prove you wrong
Album by The Pipettes. Why Did You Stay? Dirty Mind. It Hurts To See You Dance So Well. A Winter's Sky. Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me. Tell Me What You Want. Because It's Not Love (But It's Still A Feeling). Sex. One Night Stand.
Earth vs. Initially dreamed up as a modern girl group, the Pipettes have defied this grim logic once before. On 2006 debut We Are the Pipettes, the Brighton, England-based indie-poppers improbably managed a full-length's worth of cheeky, refreshingly contemporary, and wholeheartedly catchy songs to match their polka-dot dresses and choreographed moves. They were "the prettiest girls you've ever me. Your kisses were wasted on them. They were playful, they were divisive, but they were memorable and, to many, instantly appealing
The Pipettes are Gwenno and Ani Saunders. They are a traditional girl pop group from Brighton, England. Both of the girls are singers in the group with Gwenno occasionally taking to the keyboard. The Pipettes (at the time consisting of Julia Clark-Lowes, Rose Elinor Dougall, and Becki Stephens) and their backing band, The Cassette, formed at a seaside party in Brighton in 2003 and have since wowed audiences with their trademark polka dot dresses, doowop anthems and choreographed hand movements.