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  • CD (28 octobre 2003)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN : B0000DZ6KE
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SHOOT FROM THE HIP

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Loin de la machine à tubes faciles, Sophie Ellis-Bextor est en train de construire l’air de rien une carrière au long cours. Son premier album, lui-même renfermant quelques pépites scintillantes, avait signalé son talent d’écriture et une voix parfaite pour visiter tous les registres de l’émotion. Shoot From The Hip confirme et mène encore plus loin ces intentions affirmées. Jouant des arrangements les plus malins, avec des contributions de Bernard Butler et d’Alex James (Blur) sur "Love It Is Love", elle se glisse dans chaque chanson comme dans une robe fourreau. Bien malin qui pourrait alors extraire de la garde-robe une chanson plutôt qu’une autre. La Britannique se livre dans un désarmant "The Walls Keep Saying Your Name" et se lance sur le dancefloor avec "Mixed Up World" ou "I Won’t Change You". Marquée par les sonorités de Goldfrapp, elle nous berce d’une guitare nonchalante sur "Hello Hello" et affiche une maîtrise des tempos electro dance sur "Another Day". Mais on ne pourra résumer ce très bel album à l’une de ses parties. On l’appréhendera comme une boîte à malices où la pop coquine nous fait les yeux doux jusqu’au bout. --José Ruiz


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Sophie Ellis Bextor, grande star de la pop anglaise est de retour avec un nouvel album, melange les genrs, de The audience et Read my lips mais avec de nouvelles choses... A noter le tube en puissance, mixed up world, premier single du nouvel album aux sonorités années 80, dans un thème très actuel. On aime et on en redemande
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Ceux qui aiment bien les chansons comme 'Murder on the dancefloor' vont adorer cet album, qui réunit tous les éléments nécessaires - de la musique..., un 'beat'... et des paroles qui sont parfois droles, sarcastiques ou meme pleine d'ironie. Si vous voulez un album que vous allez écouter en boucle... pour danser... pour conduire et meme pour chanter il vous faut cet album.
Il y a quelques chansons vers la fin de l'album qui ne sont pas à la hauteur des autres mais comme meme globalement vous ne serez pas deçus!
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Je trouve tres dommage que l'on passe a coté de cette chanteuse. Cet album comme le précédent et le suivant est un carrément bon album pop dance. On le met dans le lecteur et on se laisse porter.
Pourvu que, malgré la crise du disque, sophie ellis-bextor puisse encore et pendant longtempts nous livrer des galettes aussi bonne !
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HASH(0xa02a948c) étoiles sur 5 The Divine Miss Bextor Returns 23 novembre 2003
Par Busy Body - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When Sophie Ellis-Bextor first broke into the mainstream back in August 2000 as the guest vocalist of Spiller's epic No.1 dance anthem "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)," she became one of the most promising female acts for years. Sure enough, a year later, she released her debut album "Read My Lips" which went on to sell more than 1 million copies in the UK. After a string of successful solo hits in the form of "Take Me Home," "Murder On The Dancefloor," "Get Over You" and "Music Gets The Best Of Me," the divine posh bird returned a month ago with her second album "Shoot From The Hip."

Where her debut album was really just an experiment into what style Sophie's future career would take, her sophomore release goes all the way basing its sound upon its predecessor, but twisting it slightly. Gone are the songs of disco pop that she became known for, replace with much more sophisticated, more mature real music. The songs on this album show Sophie in a totally different light. She now shines brighter than any other British female artist, and no one pulls off a raw English accent like Lady Bextor...

The album opener "Making Music" is brash, loud and infectious. The retro beats and twangy, with a manic beat that totally contrasts Sophie's brilliant voice. The song may take a while to grow on you, but once it does, it'll be in your head for days. "Mixed Up World" is the first single from this album and stormed into the UK Top 10 a month ago. With a typical beat that sparkle in true Bextor-style, this is a definite highlight in which Sophie raises the topic of the current state of the world, while combining it with a hopeful love story. "I Won't Change You" is one of my favourites on the album and just has to be released as a single! The beat on this song just totally bounces with simplicity, while the wonderful chorus is nothing short of perhaps Sophie's catchiest-ever tune.

"Nowhere Without You" starts off loud and in your face, before settling down in the verses for a chilled out and relaxing ballad. The guitar is wonderful and perfectly matches Sophie's sighing vocals of bliss. You could listen to this song while watching the sun rise, because it has that earthy quality that a lot of Sophie's music boasts. "Another Day" is a slight dip in the quality of the album, but the production makes up for it with some crafty and attention-seeking (and finding) beats. "Party In My Head" is a true highlight with a jangly-guitar and a superb beat that you will hum to for ages. Clapping in the parts before the choruses are very classy, while the backing-vocals from Sophie are also amazing in their melodic quality.

"Love It Is Love" begins like a racing steam train, intent on reaching its destination. The beat is heavy and very well-produced, and the bit in the middle where the whole song slows down is awesome. "You Get Yours" is perhaps the worst song on the album, but it is still absolutely brilliant! The beat starts off in a totally crazy way, demanding your attention. The chorus is a bit forgettable, so this song may need repeat-listening for you to truly appreciate it. "The Walls Keep Saying Your Name" is, simply put, a masterpiece. This song creates so many images in your mind that you can't help but go back again and again for repeat listens! A little violin arrangement totally makes this song so amazing, while the chorus are wonderful with the lines, "I can't sleep when the walls keep saying your name. Go from me and let me slumber again." It's one of those songs that is totally sky-high on the camp factor that the homosexuals will have a field day dancing to, and rightly so!

"I Won't Dance With You" is another one of my favourites from the album. The beat is hard hitting, and the sonic barrage of electro beats infects the song with that feeling that you just have to dance to. It's kinda cheesy, but ever so classy. Sophie's vocals are superb, but the clanger comes with the line, "You can wallow in praise until the cows come home!" Argh! "I Am Not Good At Not Getting What I Want" is awesome, and I thought only the Pet Shop Boys had long song titles! This song sees Sophie go back to the 1950's and don her best ball gown as she sings in a jazzy and smooth Big Band style of a spoilt and selfish girl who always gets what she wants. It's amazing, and you end up wondering why Sophie doesn't do more of this! "Hello Hello" is even more laid-back than the last song, with some good vocals but it's certainly not the best song on the album!

OVERALL GRADE: 10/10

While her debut album had a few filler tracks that not many listeners cared for, Shoot From The Hip has no rubbish songs whatsoever. Here Miss Bextor has perfectly crafted a masterpiece dance/pop album that represents Britain at its best. If only the States were into her like the UK is! Hell, even her cover of Olivia Newton-John's "Let's Get Physical" as the hidden track on the album is great! This album has flopped in the UK so far, which is a great shame because talent like this is wasted on many people who want their music so commercial that you don't have to seek it out. All in all, well done Sophie! She's proven herself a true player on the British music scene. I look forward to her third album. I'm sure it will be fantastic!
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HASH(0xa02a9894) étoiles sur 5 Ellis-Bextor Strikes Gold Here 31 août 2006
Par Neptunian Spirit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I just recently purchased this along with her 2001 debut "Read My Lips". Her debut was a slick, if slightly tame in spots, euro-disco trip. The eccentricity was there, but only peppered through her debut, here Sophie played up the eclecticism.

This is probably one of the best pop records I've heard in sometime. It is a clean & strong record, no filler, just great songs. Clocking in at almost 40 minutes, "Shoot From the Hip" is a mixed bag of pop all grounded in her familiar sensual euro-disco sound, but isn't fixed there.

"Mixed Up World" opens up in a manic pop whirl, recalling the great styles of late 1980's electric dance music & early 1990's house respectively. It reminds me of vintage Cathy Dennis in some cases. Lyrically, this is one of the strongest songs, one that deals with perserverance & determination of the human spirit. Other highlights include the hopelessly romantic thump of "I Won't Change You", the rock inflected "You Get Yours", & robo-funk of "Another Day" come to mind.

There are two songs I will focus on in particular: the one-two ballad closers "I Am Not Good At Not Getting What I Want" & "Hello, Hello". Both find Ellis-Bextor utilizing her beautiful accented voice to it's emotive fullest, without sacrificing her icy demeanor. From an arrangement point of view "I Am Not..." recalls classic torch, & "Hello, Hello" sits pretty in an alternative setting that would do Tori Amos justice.

Ellis-Bextor is clearly someone who is slightly underrated. Not only does she write her own material, she possesses a very alluring stylist voice, & manages to surround herself with production talent who can bring out the best in her, without sacrificing her personae in the process.

I highly hope that Ellis-Bextor records a follow-up worthy to this masterpiece. I recommend this to anyone who likes good music, take a chance, I'm glad I did! Highly recommended!
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HASH(0xa02a990c) étoiles sur 5 Right Where It's Hip 8 novembre 2003
Par Dogville - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While Sophie Ellis-Bextor's debut album contained the critically hailed hits of Take Me Home and Murder On The Dancefloor, it also had a fair share of album fillers. On Shoot From The Hip, this is vastly improved.

Having a penchant for that retro feel, Bextor doesn't break new grounds on the faster songs. First single, Mixed Up World, is still a funky electronic-retro track that bears the Gregg Alexander trademark that's also found on Murder. Definitely a catchy song with a very 70-ish video. Album opener, Making Music, is a real club stormer with its rightly placed electronic bleeps and buzz. I Won't Change You and Party In My Head round up the by now standard retro-dance flair from Bextor. The only gripe is when the songwriters and Bextor play up the retro factor too much on Another Day which almost sounds passe and hard to bear. Another instance is where the lyrics are so embarassing on I Won't Dance With You, "Then you can wallow in praise until the cows come home", that even the good music can't hide them.

What's astonishing from Bextor this time round are the ballads, which I consider some of the best songs from her. I am Not Good at Not Getting What I Want and Hello Hello are such exquisite ballads that Bextor should perhaps invest more time on. The former is a low key Broadway style ballad that sweeps you off your feet. Finally there's a very familiar remake of a classic track tagged at the end of Hello Hello as a bonus track.
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HASH(0xa02a9c9c) étoiles sur 5 Shoot To Your Ears. 5 décembre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I must admit, I was not all that crazy about Ms. Ellis-Bextor's first album. Read My Lips had only a handfull of songs I liked. This album I feel is stronger. Making Music is a whale of a track, my favorive on the album, along with I Am Not Good At Not Getting What I Want, which is wonderful with it's 1950's guitar work. Hello Hello is quite beautiful, and Mixed-Up World is infectious too. The album as a whole is more consistently listenable, but it's not perfect. Some of the tracks don't seem as well thought out as others. My biggest gripe is that some of the lyrics are very bad. Party In My Head sounds like random phrases just pulled from a thesaraus.
WARNING: There is a second edition of this album now available with only 10 tracks . DO NOT BUY THAT EDITION!!! It is the inferior version! Making Music and I Won't Dance With You are gone as is the bonus hidden track, a cover of The Olivia Newton-John classic Physical. While that bonus track was clearly not a good idea, Making Music alone is worth the extra money. Be sure you buy the proper version with the artist name and album title in WHITE lettering.
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HASH(0xa02a96a8) étoiles sur 5 It's Murder On The Dancefloor 3 septembre 2004
Par Datura - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's actually kind of funny how I "tripped" unto Sophie. I was sitting in a bar one day in Akron and they were playing music videos and "Murder On The Dancefloor" came on. Well, needless to say, I was glued for the whole video duration. Her music is very stylish and unique, and her videos arn't any less. I thought the whole "Look out, here comes miss thang" attitude was a killer! Since then I have collected any and all of Sophie's music, videos, interviews and whatever other Sophie items I can get my hands on. I am very dissapointed that her record label has thier heads up thier rears when it comes to promotioning her music. Ok, so she's not Limp Bizkut or she's not Britney Spears.. She's Sophie Ellis Bextor - GET OVER IT AND PROMOTE HER! Anyhow, I would grab this album , along with her previous "Read My Lips". Both the albums have great music..
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