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Night music, with a difference

I'm finding these responses quite amusing... Almost everyone who has posted a low score review of this track seems to have done so because they don't understand it, because it is completely different to the original, and because it is not the kind of thing they have ever heard before on Edith Bowman or Chris Moyles daytime Radio 1, or in Walkabout on a saturday night... Considering the Sisters have taken Erol on tour with them as a DJ in the past, and that they appeared on Pete Tong's essential selection WITH Erol, I would say they have no problem whatsoever with this record, or any of Erols other work for that matter. As much as they are a camp pop/rock band, they really equally are an underground electro/electroclash act and remixes like this build upon that to maximum effect. By the way Erol Alkan is one of the Futureheads & Mystery Jets producers. Extremely talented, very eclectic, go and see him DJ - you will be blown away. Anyway onto the review... This is a remix by electro DJ and producer Erol Alkan. It lifts the melody from the bridge of the original song and builds upon it in a sublime fashion. It is mainly instrumental but some of the vocals kick in towards the end. It's very atmospheric and works extremely well on a large sound system, but judging by the reviews, as the die hard Scissor Sisters fans have found out, it isn't much like the original and is definitely not a pop record. Let's not forget however that Scissor Sisters were almost the only band in America to openly advertise themselves as electroclash. If you want the original then buy the original. If you're interested in electro, house or techno, or have heard of Erol Alkan then I'm sure you'll enjoy it, but don't buy it expecting a 3 minute camp pop gem and then write an negative but uninformative review. It is similar to Erol’s Hot Chip remix in the sense that on first listen it seems somewhat bland, but gets more lush and interesting on every listen, especially if you’re hearing it in a club. Sublime, beautiful, and danceable all at the same time – well done Erol.

I like it. A lot.

Well, it looks like some of you one starrers should get out a bit more. This is supurb if you like electro and Erol's other remixes. Of course if you like the scissor sisters because you want some camp music to drive your car/do your dishes to then go and buy the new robbie williams album from asda for £7.99 and then you can relive the whole experience by complaining on itunes about how dreadful you think the (amazing) soulwax mix is of lovelight is.


I am a huge SS fan, and this is total PANTS! This bears no likeness to the song and is purely instrumental. Stay away! I feel robbed.


Formed: 2001 in New York, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A genre- and gender-defying mix of rock, pop, and dance inspired by burlesque, drag queens, and glam rock, New York's Scissor Sisters made a splash in late 2003/early 2004 with their neon-bright reimagining of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb," the B-side to the band's first single, "Electrobix." The song made quite a name for the band, which featured singers Jake Shears and Ana Matronic, keyboardist/bassist Babydaddy, guitarists Del Marquis and Derek G, and drummer Paddy Boom: along with becoming...
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