Raining Blood - Tori Amos - Strange Little Girls (CD, Album)


Download Raining Blood - Tori Amos - Strange Little Girls (CD, Album)
2001
Label: Atlantic - AMCY 7283 • Format: CD Album, Promo 1st Cover • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop •


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9 Comments

  1. Shataur
    Aug 28,  · This album was issued with four alternative covers in the US depicting Tori as the characters singing "Happiness is a Warm Gun" (this one), "Strange Little Girl", "Time" and "Raining Blood". A 5th cover of the "I Don't Like Mondays" character available in some other countries/5(62).
  2. Garamar
    This album contains an eclectic selection of covers interpreted in the eclectic way that one would expect from Tori Amos. Sometimes, as with "Heart of Gold," it's a bit over the top, but generally it succeeds/5().
  3. Totaxe
    Sep 18,  · Strange Little Girls Tori Amos Rock · Editors’ Notes Tori Amos attacks a wide range of material on this collection of covers — punk rockers, rappers, classic rockers — often reinventing the tunes to the point where they’ve become new songs. She isn’t one for complacency and always seeks a challenge. Raining Blood. Released on: September 18,
  4. Shaktikora
    This album was issued with four alternative covers in the US depicting Tori as the characters singing "Happiness is a Warm Gun", "Strange Little Girl", "Time" and "Raining Blood". A 5th cover of the "I Don't Like Mondays" character available in some other countries.
  5. Tagore
    Sep 18,  · Issued with six alternative covers depicting Tori as the characters singing "Happiness is a Warm Gun" (1st), "Strange Little Girl" (2nd), "Time" (3rd, North America only) and "Raining Blood" (4th). This version (5th) was issued with the "I Don't Like Mondays" character/5(46).
  6. Shakashura
    Oct 28,  · The unobligaTori cover-up: Tori Amos – Strange Little Girls There generally tends to be the reek of desperation around most cover albums – you get the scratchy feeling that the artist has hit a dead slump in their creative flow, is constrained (by whatever peripheral reason) to release something, and takes therefore the quickest and simplest route to get rid of the nuisance of actually /5().
  7. Zulkizilkree
    Something that goes unspoken in the cult of Tori Amos is that she knows the value of press and that she knows how to exploit it. So, six albums into her career, and several years since she captured headlines, she released Strange Little Girls, a collection of covers intended to strike a dagger into the heart of how males view females in pop cieglasexcosikom.recpuacolracepfulilesgahimontbi.co be honest, you wouldn't know that from.
  8. Tuzshura
    Strange Little Girls is a concept album released by singer-songwriter Tori Amos in The album's 12 tracks are covers of songs written and originally performed by men, reinterpreted by Amos from a female point of view. Amos created female personae for each track (one song featured twins) and was photographed as each, with makeup done by Kevyn Aucoin. In the United States the album was .
  9. Kigataur
    Tori Amos. In , the song was covered by Tori Amos on her studio album Strange Little Girls. The cover of "Raining Blood" was suggested by bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who told Amos that she "had tried pretty much every other genre of music, from rap to .

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