Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters

Scissor lady Ana Matronic takes the lead micstand two years too late. Being the only surviving vestige of the edginess that made Scissor Sisters Mk1 the CSS of their day, Ana’s song has a lot riding on its bejewelled shoulders. But ‘Kiss You...

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Scissor Sisters: Ta-Dah

Scissor Sisters: Ta-Dah

As every hardcore fan knows, there are enormous mixed feelings involved in seeing a band you loved early on go nuclear. While it’s great that they’re getting the success they deserve, everyone’s in on your secret, and their gigs are...

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Scissor Sisters : Mary

Scissor Sisters : Mary

“I believe in days ahead/Don’t spend another night alone, cross and wishing you were dead…” You know what? I’m not going to. But, you know, thanks for caring. And thank you, thank you, thank you Sisters of Scissor, for recording and...

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Scissor Sisters : Laura

Scissor Sisters : Laura

More glam-disco absurdity from Elton John new best friends. The first three seconds of this single sound worryingly like Moby 'Honey', but once that horrifying similarity dissipates, the high-class camp kicks in and before we know...

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Scissor Sisters : Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters : Scissor Sisters

Oh, at first glance it's so easy to sneer at Scissor Sisters, five achingly hip New Yorkers with the kind of names (Babydaddy, Ana Matronic) that suggests either novelty act or very cruel parentage. They don't, after all, fit in with any of the...

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Scissor Sisters : New York Bowery Ballroom

Scissor Sisters : New York Bowery Ballroom

Liza Minnelli could wander onstage in feathers and false eyelashes and it wouldn’t seem weird. Because Scissor Sisters put on the kind of show that makes you look around in confusion and wonder if you’ve wandered into an alternate universe –...

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Scissor Sisters :  Laura

Scissor Sisters : Laura

Everything is gay these days. And don’t get me wrong that’s great, I’ve got loads of gay records which I consider some of my best friends - Elton John’s ‘Are You Ready For Love’, Junior Senior’s ‘Move Your Feet’, Rufus...

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