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The stunning second album from the Scissor Sisters, Ta Dah , finds the band more at home with their instruments and more exploratory with their song writing. Once again packed full of hits rooted in disco,Ta Dah is the perfect party record and it has more than enough depth and substance to keep you hooked.
Recording of the second album, Ta Dah, commenced in mid-May 2005, at the Discoball and allowed the band to explore the limits of their creativity. Jake Shears believes the band have devolved significantly since their dÈbut offering: "I think the band has evolved musically. I don't think we were necessarily a very good band when we started out. I think we were fun and we were great and Ana is super funny and the shows were really fun. But I don't think we were a great band. Whereas now, I think, the band itself has gotten really tight and amazing, just as a live band. And the music has taken another step. The second album is kind of different. It's a bit more nuanced and lyrically it goes different places. This album is not about the same thing. We're writing about different things than we were on the first record."