Monday, September 25, 2006

They Make Us Feel Like Dancing Like It's 1978

The Scissor Sisters' Ta-Dah, like their debut, is almost a great disco album. It's best when they channel their Bee Gees meet Leo Sayer by way of Sylvester falsetto, and not so great when they play it straight. Wasn't that the same problem with Village People albums? And this will be their dilemma by the time album #3 arrives. How do you keep from dancin' when you're known as a dance group, and your best songs all sound like prime 1978-disco cuts?
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