This album is everything! I know that I am like 1 maybe 2 decades behind on Tori Amos but I am so glad I discovered her when I did, I am finding a lot of the songs on this album are super deep and really make me think about what she's actually trying to say.
I know she has new stuff out and I will be giving that a listen to next but for now, I just really enjoy listening to her old stuff!
A classic from 1992, Little Earthquakes is Tori's best album. Please be aware that there is some mature content here, including "Me And A Gun" which describes her rape. On a much lighter note, while bonus CDs often do not feel like much of a bonus to me, the second CD with this one is actually very good. Most of the tracks are songs that didn't quite make it onto Little Earthquakes, but were recorded around the same time. The bonus CD also includes her cover of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and live versions of 5 songs from Little Earthquakes.
Besides being a powerful debut album in its own right, this one also has sentimental value for me. A style that often comes across for other artists as pretentious, Tori Amos pulls off with sincerity and passion. Standout tracks include 'Silent All These Years,' 'Happy Phantom,' 'China' and 'Leather.'
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