Rose Elinor Dougall
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Singer/songwriter Rose Elinor Dougall has been a permanent fixture on the indie pop scene since joining the Pipettes at the age of 17. She joined the '60s-inspired girl group in 2003 and scored two Top 40 singles, "Pull Shapes" and "Your Kisses Are Wasted on Me." After five years, she left the band to pursue her solo career and provided guest vocals on tracks by Brakes, Young Playthings, and Dr. Colossus. Her debut album, Without Why, featuring the singles "Another Version of Pop Song" and "Start/Stop/Synchro," was released in 2010. Dougall also appeared on Mark Ronson's Record Collection album and performed on his U.K. tour as part of the Business International. ~ Jon O'Brien
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