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All in all, I highly recomend this album for all Tori fans, old and new.
There were some great ideas, and most of the songs had a great deal of potential, but the album just seemed kind of aimless and flat.
Not since From the Choirgirl Hotel has a Tori Amos album been so engaging from start to finish.
I've been a huge Tori fan for 20 years now and this one of my favorites from the last few years. I buy all of her cd's when they come out and enjoy all of her music.Published 24 days ago by Mark M
This CD surprised me, in the best way. It is a sleeper to most, but one of my favorites!
My favorites are: Big Wheel, Bouncing off Clouds, Tried & true, Body & Soul, Secret... Read more
This whole album is my jam! I love every track, they each have something to offer. This is possibly Tori's most upbeat album yet, full of optimism, empowerment, and channeling self... Read morePublished 10 months ago by LIRRIK
this album is very solid from beginning to end, with incredible music and powerful messages that follow through the whole arc of the songs. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Michael Glatze
American Doll Posse is Tori's 9th studio album. It's a conceptual album about 5 American women (Tori, Pip, Isabel, Clyde, and Santa) all portrayed by Tori, and their views on... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Angela
This is the perfect album to listen to when you want an album that is deep, good quality, and not all sunshine and lollipops. Read morePublished 20 months ago by hotsammy
Absolutely love all of Tori's work. I enjoy how she puts so many songs on to one CD! Very enjoyable!Published 24 months ago by A. Tucker
I really struggled with rating this album and have put off rating it anywhere for a long time. I remember getting it as soon as it was released and found myself somewhat... Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by Airmid
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|What the hell ever happened to Tori Amos?||
If you think that the 'classical' touch was the only thing that defined Tori, then you sure weren't paying attention to her constant references - even at the time of the early albums you liked - to how much she loved Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin.
Just because you saw one facet of her on certain... Read More
May 24, 2007 by T. Mobbs | See all 7 posts
|What a Hideous Album Cover||
Everyone, chill out on Jack Frost. He is entitled to his opinion. I don't think the cover is hideous though. I like it as I like the fact that I never know what to expect from Tori and thats a big reason why I am a fan.
But there seems to be some mystery surrounding these particular girls as... Read More
Apr 6, 2007 by DaniCalifornia | See all 66 posts
|Miss 'older' style Tori||
I think that an artist needs to change and move in order to stay relevant. You can't do the same thing over and over just to chase commerical success. That said, I wish Tori would stop with the gimmicks and just make music. I think that her passion died with Venus. It's awful, but it seems as... Read More
May 1, 2007 by Kristine Lofgren | See all 8 posts
|Simply an AMAZING new Album!!!||
honestly iim a big tori fan and i give her plenty of props for being adventurous-but I have to say,I think the majority of the songs are sub par, esp the rock and rollish songs.they just dont sound that good,,,,,,,I d rather listen to pj harvey doing this -these songs just dont rock like they... Read More
Apr 28, 2007 by sweetpatotopie | See all 11 posts
|Oh, boo-hoo, she's doing too many things...||
songs are different from each other, but they are not that different from the 70's masterpieces that presumably inspired them.
for example: girl disappearing is a lot like famous blue raincoat
dragon is reminiscent of "those were the days"
other people have said they hear... Read More
May 19, 2007 by Mary Katherine | See all 2 posts
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