Scissor Sisters - 'Magic Hour'

Scissor Sisters - 'Magic Hour'

Scissor Sisters’ last album, 2010’s ‘Night Work’, was a triumph of sorts. It was all sleaze-pop references and a general sense of disorder that flew in the face of their previous incarnation as the Nation’s Favourite Wacky Uncles (and...

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Scissor Sisters feat. Krystal Pepsy - 'Shady Love'

Scissor Sisters feat. Krystal Pepsy - 'Shady Love'

Currently cleaving NME.COM users’ opinions in half, this very un- Scissor Sisters , Boyz Noise-produced track – featuring one Azealia Banks masquerading as Krystal Pepsy – is either a sub-Black Eyed Peas blip or the most exciting rave-pop...

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Scissor Sisters - 'Shady Love'

Scissor Sisters - 'Shady Love'

Sometimes, when I lie awake at night, wondering what it's going to take to get Jessie J to close her legs, I wish I was a Scissor Sister. Yes, there was a moment there when they were over-exposed - right around the time Ma Levine started singing...

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Album Review: Scissor Sisters - 'Night Work' (Polydor)

Scissor Sisters - 'Night Work' (Polydor)

By their second album ‘Ta Dah’ , Scissor Sistors had more in common with Sean from Corrie than the hedonistic New York gay scene of the ’70s. When Jake Shears realised what they’d become, he walked out of the band and went on a...

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