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Old 02-23-2005, 10:17 PM   #1
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Whats the best tori amos album?

I dont know anything about her but Im going to buy one of her cd's which one should I buy first? And who can recommend me 2 other great albums to buy from another artist?
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Old 02-23-2005, 10:22 PM   #2
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The general consensus around here is that with Tori it's good to start at the beginning: Little Earthquakes. Pick it up first thing tomorrow. We'll be waiting.
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Im signing up for BMG again, so I thought Id give her a try, thanks for the recommendation, Ill check it out!
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and also, for more Tori chatter, go here:

http://forum.interference.com/t100489.html
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LITTLE EARTHQUAKES

Bar none, hands down, 'nuff said

Just buy it already.
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Little Earthquakes, Under the Pink, Scarlets Walk, From the Choirgirl Hotel, Boys for Pele. Anyone of those would be suitable.
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I found Little Earthquakes a great album to start with, athough From the Choirgirl Hotel is my favourite.
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From the Choirgirl Hotel.
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I found Little Earthquakes a great album to start with, athough From the Choirgirl Hotel is my favourite.


i completely agree.

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Under the Pink is awesome too. It was a perfect second album for her. (Yes, not counting Y Kant Tori Read for the purists. )
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little eathquakes is the best overall

however, the best song is Professional Widow - song is insane
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I found Little Earthquakes a great album to start with, athough From the Choirgirl Hotel is my favourite.
I wonder if she'll ever do another Choirgirl-type record. iieee and Liquid Diamonds.
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however, the best song is Professional Widow - song is insane
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I LOVE that frickin song. Fascinating and addictive. I listen to it at the gym on the elliptical machine.
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Under the Pink is awesome too. It was a perfect second album for her. (Yes, not counting Y Kant Tori Read for the purists. )

So true.


Funnily enough, Crucify came up on the iPod while I read this thread.
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