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Kiss You Off - Scissor Sisters - Ta-Dah (CD, Album)

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  1. The second album by New York City's Scissor Sisters, Ta-Dah, brings with it a huge weight of expectations. After all, their debut album slowly rode up the charts in to become that year's biggest selling album. The good news is that, like their debut, Ta-Dah is packed full of witty, grown-up pop music/5().
  2. Celebrate Summer With A Scissor Sisters Concert Bored and yearning for bygone days, say back in the s when you were young and hot and listening to your favorite Scissor Sisters’ songs while sitting in the sun at your favorite gay beach?
  3. Ta-Dah is the second studio album by American alternative band Scissor Sisters, released on September 15, It was produced by the band and features collaborations with Elton John, Carlos Alomar, and Paul Williams. The album debuted at number 19 on the US Billboard chart, selling 42, copies in its first week.
  4. Hurrah! A Year of Ta-Dah is the second DVD by the Scissor Sisters, released on November 12, It contains a live concert filmed at London's O2 Arena as part of the "Kiss You Off" tour in July , as well as a minute documentary, behind-the-scenes footage from the tour, a minute acoustic gig at an intimate venue, and all four music videos from Ta-Dah.
  5. Oct 10,  · On Friday, after getting off a hard work week you need something to pick you up and set the mood for the weekend - and that's where the Scissor Sisters debut album stands. By Saturday, you need something just a little more outrageous to get your blood pumping and kick into full party mode - thus, Ta'Dah, their sophomore album does just that.
  6. About Kiss You Off "Kiss You Off" is the fourth and final radio-released single from the Scissor Sisters' second studio album, Ta-Dah. Plans for a fifth radio-released single from Ta-Dah had been cancelled due to poor charting positions on prior single releases. The single was followed by the limited edition "fan-only" release of "Lights".
  7. Jan 01,  · Editors’ Notes The Scissor Sisters are reminiscent of so many different bands (and eras) that part of the fun is playing name that influence. There’s Abba and the Bee Gees for sure (lead singer Jake Shears has one sweet falsetto), a touch of Elton John’s gift for melody (and there’s good reason for it: John co-wrote the album’s irresistible opener “Don’t Feel Like .
  8. Product Description The Scissor Sisters keep the party going on their sophomore album, Ta-Dah, a synthesis of three decades worth of Pop that alternately references early Prince, Elton John, the Bee Gees and even such Rock/Funk hybrids as the Rolling Stones' "Miss You."/5().

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