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Read My Lips

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

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Album Review

The banal title fronts a disappointing debut from Sophie Ellis-Bextor, fusing Human League synth with beats and cinematic strings ("Take Me Home"/"Murder on the Dancefloor"). Nothing, though, really comes close to matching the shimmering highlight, "Murder on the Dancefloor," which guests bass genius Guy Pratt. "Final Move" is a more subdued version with similar kaleidoscope synth. Another notable is Ellis-Bextor's English accent, particularly on "By Chance."

Customer Reviews

The Pride of Britain

This album is perfect. For anyone who wishes to learn proper English but cant be bothered with the lessons and wishes to learn the correct pronounciations of words such as 'DANCE' rather than the Amercian 'DAANSE' then you can learn from Ms Sophie. The words gracefully glide from her mouth and if sounds were to take phsyical form they would be butter. Beautifully posh in every way. Sophie knows her limits vocally and doesn't strain to perform, which I think is her selling point. Again, with the effortless way of singing in the Queens English combined with quirky lyrics and inspiring beats she certainly delivers.

awesome album

a good solid album from sophie ellis bextor. mint songs throughout

Murder On The Dance Floor - A Sexy Song.

Murder On The Dance Floor - A Sexy Song. I think you'd have to be a tone deaf not to tap your foot this.

Biography

Born: 10 April 1979 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Throughout the '90s, the U.K. music scene was filled to the brim with nerdy cockney types sporting messy threads and even messier hair. Fresh-faced Sophie Ellis-Bextor was among the first Brit-pop stars to break with this trend. She made it onto the stage in 1997 as the teenage vocalist behind new wave outfit theaudience. Smartly dressed (often in black) and boasting a sexy, posh voice, she caused quite a stir on London's alternative circuit. Theaudience became known the world over as a groundbreaking...
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