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Make a Scene is the fourth album from British singer/songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor. It was initially supposed to be part of a greatest-hits project, but the recording sessions were so successful that Ellis-Bextor decided to record a full-length album instead. Make a Scene is heavily dance-oriented and features production from several big-name artists, including Armin van Buuren, Freemasons, and Calvin Harris., Rovi

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This album is amazing I cant stop to play it, If U buy this album you won´t be dissapointed. Congrats Sophie

Another Fine Solid Album From Sophie

As great as her previous album "Trip the light fantastic". This album is very unique and upbeat, she just keeps getting better, can't wait for her fifth record


What an amazing pop/dance album! Way better than Kylie's latest effort Aphrodite! Sorry Stuart, you should have stuck with Madonna! But this by Sophie is something else... Hard beats and trance, lush after hours Ibiza chill and seductive french house... Its got it all and is a testament to her knowledge of the dance scene. One of the gems of 2010!


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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