Scissor Sisters Scissor Sisters
- Words: Carleton Curtis
- Label: Universal
As smarmy and friction-filled as the sexual position for which they're named, NYC's Scissor Sisters know how to let sparks fly. "Tits On The Radio," a disco-draped reaming of Guiliani's anti-skin initiative, is perhaps the finest protest song since 2 Live Crew's tossed salad days. And SS's buzz-worthy rendition of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb," you ask? So intoxicating that even Barry Gibb, Elton John, Marc Bolan and anyone else they cut 'n' pasted would sob sequined tears of joy.
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