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yer mother's day playlist

‘allo, sons and daughters (and none of the above)! ‘Tis Mother’s Day, of course, and for many of us: our mothers were our first DJs, selecting playlists of lullabies, then sing-alongs and, of course, the right radio stations. 97 more words

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Scissor Sisters - Ta-Dah (2006): Review

Produced by Scissor Sisters
Label – Polydor/Universal

UK audiences have always had a deep affection for high camp, and Scissor Sisters rise to prominence in 2004 was of little surprise. 429 more words

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The UK's Greatest Hits: 36. Scissor Sisters - Scissor Sisters

Scissor Sisters – Scissor Sisters – 2004

First listen?: No

The first album that I was a big fan of before this list, the massive success of the Scissor Sisters back in 2004 continues to surprise me. 408 more words

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Scissor Sisters' "Magic Hour"

I had heard of the Scissor Sisters before, in fact I have very fond memories of blasting their earlier song “Tits on the Radio” on my car stereo in my younger days. 336 more words

Re: Life, Death, and Pie

Here’s a great little Pushing Daisies music video. The song is “I Can’t Decide” by the Scissor Sisters. I’ve decided that Lee Pace bears a striking resemblance to Jimmy Stewart.

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Scissor Sisters’ Ana Matronic Dishes on Duran Duran, Drag-Queen Lingo and Playing the Tower of London

Originally published in Spinner, May 29, 2012

Scissor Sisters are looking to have a very busy summer both here and abroad. In addition to their own show dates in the U.S., beginning June 15 following the release of their new album, Magic Hour, the group is also going to perform in London in late July in a very unique setting. 812 more words

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