Bittersweet - Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Make A Scene (CD, Album)

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  1. Other Sophie Ellis-Bextor albums: Trip The Light Fantastic. Sophie Ellis-Bextor 12 tracks Released in Electronic. Make A Scene. Sophie Ellis-Bextor. 14 tracks. Released in Electronic. Tracklist. Revolution. Bittersweet. Off & On. Heartbreak (Make Me A Dancer) Not Giving Up On Love. Can’t Fight This.
  2. – Sophie Ellis-Bextor: Make A Scene Mixed By – Steve Fitzmaurice Producer – Futurecut*, Metronomy Written-By – Joseph Mount, Sophie Ellis-Bextor: 10 – Sophie Ellis-Bextor: Magic Backing Vocals – Hannah Robinson Mixed By – Pete Hofmann Producer – Richard X Written-By – Hannah Robinson, Richard X, Sophie Ellis-Bextor: /5(45).
  3. Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Bittersweet (Remixes) Album Lyrics; 1. Bittersweet (Freemasons Club Mix) 2. Bittersweet (Freemasons Dub) 3. Bittersweet (Freemasons Extended Club Mix) 4. Bittersweet (Freemasons Radio Edit) 5. Bittersweet (Jodie Harsh Dub) 6. Bittersweet (Jodie Harsh Extended Remix) 7. Bittersweet (Jodie Harsh Remix Radio Edit).
  4. First and foremost, Make a Scene is absolutely and definitely the least good album that Sophie Ellis-Bextor has ever released. It still isn't bad, but it is only Sophie's voice and a couple of fine tracks that keep this album slightly above the average.
  5. It was released as the album's fourth single in February It was also the second single from Ellis-Bextor's fourth studio album, Make A Scene. The single was released in France prior to the release of Ellis-Bextor following single, "Bittersweet". The video for the song was shot in Paris on 10 March It was believed that Roselyn Della.
  6. Sophie Ellis Bextor albums Tracks, 'Take Me Home' (Single Version, Jewels & Stone Mix, Sharp Club Vocal Mix, Mutiny Dub Mix & Comfy Sophie RMX) German single off the album, Read My Lips. Bittersweet Vinyl LP ().
  7. Make a Scene is the fourth studio album by English singer and songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, released in Russia on 18 April by Universal Music Group and in the United Kingdom on 13 June by Ellis-Bextor's own record label, EBGB's. It is her first studio album since Trip the Light Fantastic ().
  8. About Bittersweet "Bittersweet" is a song by British singer-songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, written by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, James Wiltshire, Russell Small, Richard Stannard and Hannah Robinson for Ellis-Bextor's fourth studio album Make a Scene.

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