Scissor Sisters - Ta-Dah - Polydor
After spectacularly rocketing to fame on the back of their 2004 debut, capturing the public s imagination as the Abba for the Noughties. Their effortless rise to the top shows no sign of sliding with this delightful, disco-pop stomper of spangly campness.
After spectacularly rocketing to fame on the back of their 2004 debut, capturing the public's imagination as the Abba for the Noughties.
Their effortless rise to the top shows no sign of sliding with this delightful, disco-pop stomper of spangly campness.
Lead single I Don't Feel Like Dancin' is full of celebrity miserablist lyrics, but rides bareback on an addictively slick, cheesy dancefloor-filler of a backing track.
Throw in songs on a dream about Paul McCartney (Paul McCartney) and the trials of loving a male-impersonating pirate (She's My Man), and it's quickly apparent these US superstars haven't lost their wicked sense of humour.
Bigger, bolder and better.
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