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Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Read My Lips album mp3
Club/Dance,Dance-Pop,Pop
  • Performer:
    Sophie Ellis-Bextor
  • Title:
    Read My Lips
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Club/Dance,Dance-Pop,Pop
  • Date of release:
    September 3, 2002
  • Recording date:
    May 3, 2002
  • Duration:
    01:01:01
  • Recording location:
    Alma St Studios
  • Size FLAC version
    1442 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1509 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1796 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    197
  • Formats:
    AHX VOX DXD WMA MOD ADX

Read My Lips is the debut studio album by English singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor. It was released on 27 August 2001 by Polydor Records. After the disbandment of the Britpop group Theaudience, in which Ellis-Bextor served as vocalist, she was signed to Polydor. Prior to the LP's completion, the singer collaborated with several musicians, including band Blur's bassist Alex James, Moby and New Radicals frontman Gregg Alexander. The record was described as a collection of 1980s electronica and 1970s disco music.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Read My Lips (2001). Songs in album Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Read My Lips (2001). 1. Murder On The Dancefloor.

Sophie Ellis Bextor ‎– Read My Lips. This is the first issue of the album, later re-issued as a 13 track album and a 15 track album. It comes in a standard jewel case with a sixteen page booklet and cover stickers. Published By: Track 1 - Right Song Inc. through Warner Chappell.

Read My Lips is the debut studio album by British singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor. It was released on August 27, 2001 by Polydor Records. Prior to the LP’s completion, the singer collaborated with several musicians, including band Blur’s bassist Alex James, Moby and New Radicals frontman Gregg Alexander. The album reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, and has since been certified double.

By: Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2001, Electronic). More albums from Sophie Ellis-Bextor: Trip The Light Fantastic by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Familia by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Make A Scene by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Shoot From The Hip by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Wanderlust by Sophie Ellis-Bextor. View all albums . Read My Lips. By: Sophie Ellis-Bextor (2001, Electronic).

The banal title fronts a disappointing debut from Sophie Ellis-Bextor, fusing Human League synth with beats and cinematic strings ("Take Me Home"/"Murder on the Dancefloor"). Nothing, though, really comes close to matching the shimmering highlight, "Murder on the Dancefloor," which guests bass genius Guy Pratt.

Read My Lips is the debut studio album by English singer and songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor, released on 27 August 2001 by Polydor Records After the disbandment of the Britpop group Theaudience, in which Ellis-Bextor served as its vocalist, she was signed to Polydor Prior to the LP's completion, the singer collaborated with several musicians, including band Blur's bassist Alex. An "eclectic" album, Read My Lips, is a collection of 1980s electronica and 1970s disco The album opener and first single is a cover version of Cher's 1979 song "Take Me Home", described as a "disco groove" Betty Clarke from The Guardian observed that her voice in the song is reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn's Eliza Doolittle in the movie.

Credits

Mert Alas - Photography
Gregg Alexander - Composer, Producer
Michele Aller - Composer
Saphena Aziz - Vocals (Background)
Blackcell - Arranger, Engineer, Producer
Jake Davies - Composer, Mixing, Programming, Sound Design
R. Davis - Composer
Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Composer, Primary Artist
Göran Elmquist - Assistant
Bob Esty - Composer
Niklas Flyckt - Mixing
Ben Hiller - Composer, Drums, Instrumentation, Piano, Producer
Alex James - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Producer
Sylvia Mason James - Vocals (Background)
Mathias Johansson - Composer
Jennifer John - Vocals (Background)
Henri Korpi - Arranger, Composer, Engineer, Keyboards, Producer, Programming
James Loughrey - Engineer
Adian Love - Arranger, Programming
Darren Nash - Assistant
Yoad Nevo - Drum Programming
Roger Newell - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Steve Osborne - Producer
Guy Pratt - Guitar (Bass)
Marco Rakascan - Producer
Juliet Roberts - Vocals (Background)
Matt Rowe - Composer, Producer
Rik Simpson - Engineer
Stefan Skarbek - Programming
Cristiano Spiller - Composer
John Themis - Guitar
Jeremy Wheatley - Mixing, Producer
Gary Wilkinson - Producer
The Wired Strings - Strings
Nina Woodford - Composer, Vocals (Background)
Andrea Wright - Assistant

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Murder on the Dancefloor Gregg Alexander / Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:52
2 Take Me Home Michele Aller / Sophie Ellis-Bextor / Bob Esty Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:10
3 Lover Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:25
4 Move This Mountain Sophie Ellis-Bextor / Ben Hiller / Alex James Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:47
5 Music Gets the Best of Me Gregg Alexander / Sophie Ellis-Bextor / Matt Rowe Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:45
6 Sparkle Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:33
7 The Universe Is You Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:40
8 I Believe Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:06
9 Get Over You Jake Davies / Sophie Ellis-Bextor / Mathias Johansson / Henri Korpi / Nina Woodford Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:18
10 By Chance Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:15
11 Is It Any Wonder Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:28
12 Leave the Others Alone Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:11
13 Final Move Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 4:46
14 Everything Falls into Place Sophie Ellis-Bextor Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:46
15 Groovejet (If This Ain't Love) R. Davis / Sophie Ellis-Bextor / Cristiano Spiller Sophie Ellis-Bextor 3:59

Loni
Brilliant and sophisticate.A Postmodern Classic, and one of the last great dance-house albums that was made it.I can't believe AllMusic give that rating ..What they were thinking back then ?This is one of the most underrated albums ever.