Formed around the twin songwriting combination of Donna Esposito and Frank Bednash, Toothpaste 2000 released it third CD on September 21, 1999. Like the band's previous efforts, Bachelorette! marries melodies from your favorite pop songs with hints of classic rock, '60s mod, and ultra-appealing first wave ('80s) New Wave Brit Pop. The duo trades off lead vocals on alternating tracks leading with the Bednash crafted "Baby, Let's Rock," and jangles through different moods including Esposito's standout "The Girl Who Could Get Everything." And, to adequately cover all recent decades T2000 amplifies a '70s backbeat for the disco inflected "Don't Say That You Love Me."
Native New Yorkers, Bednash and Esposito lived and created for a spell in England before relocating permanently to Seattle. Recording under the band name Cowboy & Spingirl the duo released one single for Subway Records. For the past seven years Seattle has been the recording base for their five Parasol Records full-lengths (the first two as Cowboy & Spingirl).