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Scissor Sisters is a five member American glam rock outfit greatly inspired by the gay club atmosphere of New York City. The band took its name from a lesbian sex posture. The outfit was initially known with the complete name Dead Lesbian and the Fibrillating Scissor Sisters in 2001 when lead vocalist Jake Shears and keyboardist/bass guitarist Babydaddy formed the band. The other members of the outfit are Ana Matronic, Del Marquis, and Paddy Boom. The composers of their lyrics are Shears and Babydaddy, who are recognized for their combination of humor and sadness.

The opening single of the outfit "Laura" was released on a limited scale in 2003 (attaining the 54th position in the UK singles chart), and drew insignificant notice barring the British music paper New Musical Express. In the very same year, the impressive "It Can't Come Quickly Enough" was performed under the honor of the New York club film Part monster and emerged on its soundtrack. The outfit came to fame in 2004 when they released "Comfortably Numb" (moving up to the 10th spot in the UK), a disco-style version of the Pink Floyd song in which Paul Leschen performs on the piano and keyboards. This was trailed by a song hugely admired by its followers, "Take Your Mama" (secured the 17th spot in the UK), along with "Laura" which reached the 12th spot in the UK when it was released yet again, the ballad "Mary" (which bagged the 14th spot in the UK), and the outrageous "Filthy/Gorgeous" (that was placed at number 5 in the UK). Every single rolled up from the self-titled initial collection Scissor Sisters, which bagged the coveted number one slot on the UK albums chart and turned out to be the top selling collection of songs of 2004, getting the better of their nearest adversary Keane by merely 582 copies. In the latter half of 2004, Shears and Babydaddy jointly wrote and produced the well admired "I Believe in You", for Kylie Minogue.

During the 2005 Brit Awards, the outfit bagged all the awards they were selected for which were the: International Group, International Breakthrough, and International Album. It was the only occasion in the Awards annals that an outfit emerged supreme in all three International categories. They also inaugurated the program with "Take Your Mama", on a set created by The Jim Henson Company.
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The band bagged a GLAAD Media Award for exceptional music artist on March 28, 2005. On July 2, 2005, the outfit put up a performance at Live 8. Their renditions comprised the formerly unknown song "Everybody Wants the Same Thing".As their previous achievements have been registered completely in Europe, they are over and over again erroneously viewed in the U.S. as a foreign group in spite of their New York connections. It is a not very acknowledged reality that there are a number of tracks recorded by the group prior to their eponymous initial endeavors which were never made public; these songs have permeated down the admirers community and, though at times tough to locate, can be acquired free of cost. These numbers consist of "Someone to Touch", "Bicycling with the Devil" and "Monkey Baby".
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