Album Review: Scissor Sisters – Magic Hour

Looking for new party anthems? Check out Scissor Sisters new album Magic Hour! BestFan had an exclusive first look to their fourth studio album, and we have nothing but good things to say about it!  Magic Hour is filled with 16 tracks, each showing off an original and unique high beat sound. Containing a mix 1960’s electro psychedelia and New York City inspired nightlife sounds. If your body craves a good beat to dance to, definitely check out the Scissor Sisters – Magic Hour!

Rating: 4 stars

Our favourites :
San Luis Obispo
Only The Horses
Let’s Have A Kiki

Track list:

01 – Baby Come Home
02- Keep Your Shoes
03- Inevitable
04- Only The Horses
05- Year Of Living Dangerously
06- Let’s Have A Kiki
07- Shady Love
08- San Luis Obispo
09- Self Control
10- Best In Me
11- The Secret Life Of Letters
12- Somewhere
13- Ms. Matronic’s Magic Message
14- F Yeah
15- Let’s Have A Kiki ( DJ Nita Remix)
16- F Yeah (Seamus Haii Remix)

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