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From the Single Murder On The Dancefloor

Other Songs 12 Little Dolls 13 Little Dolls A Pessimist is Never Disappointed (Orchestral Version) Another Day Birth of an Empire Bittersweet By Chance Can't Fight This Feeling Can't Have It All Catch You China Heart Colour Me In Come with Us Cry to the Beat of the Band Crying at the Discotheque Cut Straight to the Heart Dial My Number Do You Remember the First Time? Down With Love Everything Falls Into Place F*** With You [Original Extended Mix] Final Move Get Over You Heartbreak (Make Me a Dancer) (Orchestral Version) Heatbreak Hello Hello Homewrecker I Am Not Good At Not Getting What I Want I Believe I Won't Change You I Won't Dance With You If I Cant Dance If You Go Interlude Is It Any Wonder Leave The Others Alone Live It Up Love Is a Camera Love Is Here Love is You Love It Is Love Lover Magic Make a Scene Me and My Imagination Mixed Up World Move This Mountain Music Gets The Best Of Me My Favourite Things Never Let Me Down New Flame New York City Lights Not Giving Up on Love [Jorn Van Deynhoven Rmx] Nowhere Without You Off & On One Way Or Another Only One Party In My Head Revolution Runaway Daydreamer Sparkle Starlight Supersonic Synchronised Take Me Home The Deer & the Wolf The Distance Between Us The Earth Shook The Devil's Hand The Universe Is You The Walls Keep Saying Your Name Today the Sun's on Us True Faith Under Your Touch Until the Stars Collide What Have We Started? When the Storm Has Blown Over Wild Forever (Orchestral Version) Wrong Side of the Sun Yes Sir, I Can Boogie You Get Yours Young Blood
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Sophie Michelle Ellis-Bextor (born 10 April 1979) is an English singer and songwriter. She first came to prominence in the late 1990s as the lead singer of the indie rock band Theaudience. After the group disbanded, Ellis-Bextor went solo and achieved success beginning in the early 2000s. Her music is mainstream pop and dance with influences of disco, nu-disco, and 1980s electronic music.

In 2000, Ellis-Bextor collaborated with Italian DJ Spiller on "Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)", which reached number one in the United Kingdom and in 2015 became the UK's biggest-selling vinyl single of the millennium so far. Her debut solo album, Read My Lips, was released in 2001 and peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified double platinum by the BPI, and sold 1.5 million copies worldwide. Three of its four singles—the Cher cover "Take Me Home", "Murder on the Dancefloor", and double A-side "Get Over You" / "Move This Mountain"—reached top three in the UK. Its follow-up Shoot from the Hip (2003) reached number 19 in the UK and spawned two top ten singles, "Mixed Up World" and "I Won't Change You".

Ellis-Bextor's third studio album, Trip the Light Fantastic (2007), peaked at number seven in the UK and its lead single "Catch You" reached the top ten. Her fourth studio album, Make a Scene (2011), and its third single "Bittersweet" achieved top 40 positions in the UK. Her fifth studio album, Wanderlust (2014), peaked at number four. She released a Latin-inspired sixth studio album, Familia, in 2016 to critical acclaim.
Born: 10 April 1979 (age 45)
Parents: Robin Bextor (father)
Janet Ellis (mother)
Spouse(s): Richard Jones ‚Äč(m. 2005)
Children: 5
Genre(s): Pop, nu-disco, house, indie pop
Active From: 1996-present
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