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2. The Way We Make A Broken Heart
3. If You Change Your Mind
4. The Real Me
5. Somewhere Sometime
6. Runaway Train
7. Tennessee Flat Top Box
8. I Don't Have To Crawl
9. Green, Yellow And Red
10. Why Don't You Quit Leaving Me Alone
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12. Runaway Train
13. Green, Yellow And Red

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  • Audio CD (November 1, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 1990
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000CELOD6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #165,258 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Much better is "Real Woman."
Timothy Yap
Since all the original ten songs are wonderful,I'm sure the upgraded version would be even more so.
Kenneth T. White
I can't say she's ever released a bad album and "Interiors" is arguably her finest work to date.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Yap TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Prime Cuts: What We Really Want, Paralyzed, On the Inside

Before there was Shania Twain and hubby Robert Lange, there was Rosanne Cash and Rodney Crowell. Crowell in his artistic and commercial ingenuity has produced and/or written a fleet of hits for then-wife Cash. Jointly, they have managed to lock in 10 country chart toppers through the 80s. On this sixth release, Cash dutifully thanks her man again for his "inspiration, love and partnership." If art truly reflects nature, and if Crowell really inspired these songs (which lean towards marital discord), then indeed trouble must had been on the line. In hindsight, this might have been true as the Cash-Crowell marriage did crumble months after this release.

"Interiors" is an aptly titled album. These ten songs unearth the emotional shoals that lurk beneath the surface of human politeness, gentility and superficiality. The utter lack of pretense and the confessional honesty in these songs flies in the face of the shallowness of what is passed along on country radio as hits. The album starts off on a good start with the perky "On the Inside." Setting the thematic pace for the album, "On the Inside" deals with the viciousness of betrayal and hurt. Similar in subject matter is "On the Surface." Though set at a slower tempo, "On the Surface" is disturbingly a duet with Crowell! Were they singing this song to each other?

Lead single, "What We Really Want," is again an introverted number. This time it deals with a desperate plea for personal intimacy. Melodically, "What We Really Want" is upbeat, radio friendly and not dissimilar to Cash's previous hit "Second to No One." It is also Cash's last shot at the country charts (peaking at number 19) before she called it truce with country music altogether.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. M. Ettinger VINE VOICE on April 22, 2006
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Seemingly off-course by Cash's previous efforts and the only disk that is written and produced almost entirely by herself. Abandonment becomes the theme of the music and the record in general.

Musically the material is or could be based on the failure of Cash's marriage, but just as much is in regards to the failure of her parent's marriage decades earlier. The songs are bleak ("This World", "Dance w/the Tiger"), to the point ("Paralyzed", "Mirror Image") and microscopically hopeful ("I Want A Cure", "What We Really Want").

'Interiors' is also the most consistent album Cash has ever recorded and probably speaks to her true artistry than anything she's done. It's a shame she hasn't taken the helm of more her albums. Cash has captured her own songs better than anyone who has produced her previously.

Sony completely abandoned marketing of 'Interiors' when they realized it wouldn't produce four #1 hits like her previous disk and it failed to fall into any category. Nashville pretty much abandoned Cash too - but their loss was the gain for anyone who found this recording.

The quality of the remaster is superior to the original release. As for extras, this remaster didn't really need them - but we got them. I'm a huge fan of the two deleted tracks, Cash's own "Portrait" and a cover of World Party's "All Come True" - and have enjoyed them for years, but now that they are in sequence and that I'm used to this disk for the last 15 years, they seem out of place. They are still great tracks.

The two live cuts are great. Pristine and understated recordings. Very nice touch. It's not the easiest disk to listen to - but one I have enjoyed over the years and one I recommend whole heartedly.

The remaster is now copywrite protected, but I had no issue playing it my car, my laptop, ripping it to iTunes or loading to my iPod. I also had no issue w/the first reissue of the flawed Sony disk.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. M. Ettinger VINE VOICE on November 7, 2005
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Seemingly off-course by Cash's previous efforts and the only disk that is written and produced almost entirely by herself. Abandonment becomes the theme of the music and the record in general.

Musically the material is or could be based on the failure of Cash's marriage, but just as much is in regards to the failure of her parent's marriage decades earlier. The songs are bleak ("This World", "Dance w/the Tiger"), to the point ("Paralyzed", "Mirror Image") and microscopically hopeful ("I Want A Cure", "What We Really Want").

'Interiors' is also the most consistent album Cash has ever recorded and probably speaks to her true artistry than anything she's done. It's a shame she hasn't taken the helm of more her albums. Cash has captured her own songs better than anyone who has produced her previously.

Sony completely abandoned marketing of 'Interiors' when they realized it wouldn't produce four #1 hits like her previous disk and it failed to fall into any category. Nashville pretty much abandoned Cash too - but their loss was the gain for anyone who found this recording.

The quality of the remaster is superior to the original release. As for extras, this remaster didn't really need them - but we got them. I'm a huge fan of the two deleted tracks, Cash's own "Portrait" and a cover of World Party's "All Come True" - and have enjoyed them for years, but now that they are in sequence and that I'm used to this disk for the last 15 years, they seem out of place. They are still great tracks.

The two live cuts are great. Pristine and understated recordings. Very nice touch. It's not the easiest disk to listen to - but one I have enjoyed over the years and one I recommend whole heartedly.

The remaster is now copywrite protected, but I had no issue playing it my car, my laptop, ripping it to iTunes or loading to my iPod.
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