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9 thoughts on “ Scissor Sisters - Take Your Mama (CD)

  1. Dijinn
    this is the single to own for any Scissor Sister fan. It has the album version of "Take your mama",and also two Unreleased bonus tracks. "Get it,get it" was on the UK version of the self titled debut,and it has this new wave feel to it like classic "80's" tingnasenliaraghidahigusreicabeet.co other "Backwoods discoteque pt.2" has this kinda disco/country club feel to it that will keep you humming it all night.4/5(5).
  2. Zololabar
    Label: Polydor - • Format: CD Single • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Electro Scissor Sisters - Take Your Mama (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(4).
  3. Makora
    Jan 04,  · referencing Scissor Sisters, CD, Album, B Just a thought a name. Well, let's be fair and say that Scissor Sisters will be merely a mention - 4/5().
  4. Daran
    Mar 20,  · Take Your Mama, a Single by Scissor Sisters. Released 29 March on Polydor (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Pop Rock/5(7).
  5. Akinojin
    Jan 01,  · Take Your Mama - EP Scissor Sisters Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Take Your Mama 2 Backwoods Discotheque II 3 Get It Get It 3 Songs, 12 Minutes Released: 1 Jan ℗ Released on: January 01,
  6. Kagazragore
    "Take Your Mama" is a song by American band Scissor Sisters and is the second track on their self-titled debut album. The song, written by Babydaddy and Jake Shears at Shears' parents' horse farm in West Virginia, was inspired by Shears' coming out to his mother, whom he is close with.. The single was released on March 29, , in the United Kingdom, peaking at number 17 on the UK Singles.
  7. Volrajas
    Many of Scissor Sisters' songs deal with themes in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, relating to the fact that three of the band members, including the two founders, are gay. "Filthy/Gorgeous" is about transgender prostitutes while "Take Your Mama" deals with coming out of the closet to family members. Despite this, Shears.
  8. Voodookree
    Those who checked out the act's self-titled debut album were pleased to hear a full-blown Goodbye Yellow Brick Road homage in "Take Your Mama," as well as the hope-filled emotional change-up of "It Can't Come Quickly Enough." Now making commercial inroads in their homeland, Scissor Sisters have eyebrow-raising tunes for days, not to mention.
  9. Vibei
    An ex-gogo dancer, occasional journalist and face on the early 00s New York gay scene - he’s part ‘the man you’d take home to meet your mum’ and part rubber catsuit-wearing pop perving exhibitionist – he went on to score a series of smash hit singles with Scissor Sisters (‘Take Your Mama’, ‘I .