The Pipettes, the British trio whose neo-girl group harmonies and matching polka-dotted outfits created an Internet sensation back in 2006, has a new album out in the U.K. Here's the catch: None of the three singers involved in the original project appear on the album, because they've all left the group. And in the four years since their debut CD "We Are the Pipettes" was released, two of the replacements have been replaced themselves. All very confusing. The lone voice that remains from the debut is Gwenno Saunders, a former Welsh TV host and soap opera actress. She's DJing at this month's Mousetrap Britpop night at the Black Cat. We have no idea what she'll be spinning -- the Pipettes' new singles sound more '80s pop than indie Phil Spector.
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