Alex Blaze

Queer music Friday - Scissor Sisters

Filed By Alex Blaze | September 21, 2007 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Ana Matronic, queer music, Scissor Sisters

Well, I was eventually going to have to post a video by the Scissor Sisters, and, no matter what I think about them, this is a pretty good cover of "Comfortably Numb".

And singer Ana Matronic, for ConertLiveWire, in her own words on reading (That's what you get when Alex doesn't like you! I pull a quotation on reading!):

It's all books and iPods. It's actually a lot of hard work while on the road and some of us have partners. We will occasionally do a Rave in the back of the bus where everyone gets their iPods out and we start mixing up the music. A bit of alcohol and other stuff might flow a little bit. But, mostly it's pretty normal stuff. I have to say that we're a big bunch of nerds. I'm all for knowledge. Actually, Babydaddy and I we're talking the other day about starting a book club for rock stars. We think rock stars need to read more and so if we're out and about this summer at the festivals we're going to start-up our international book club and go and introduce books to rock stars.

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This is the best song Scissor Sisters has done.

Ah, yes ... leave it to a gay group to introduce a little intellectualism into the HRC --- that stands for Hard Rock Cafe --- culture ...