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“Alanis Morrisette”

published 08/02/2004

AdvantagesMusic packed full of feelings.

DisadvantagesDoes go on a bit..

...Ahh... Re-discovering Alanis Morrisette. The child-star from Canada apparantly only 16 years old when she wrote 'Jagged Little Pill and but 19 when she wrote 'Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie'. Which I guess explains all the moaning and teenage angst..haha! probably why I used to luv it so much then. I got my hands on 'Jagged little Pill' again a few days ago because I heard 'Ironic...

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AdvantagesSome good songs

DisadvantagesSome not-so-good-at-all songs

...sounds a lot like Sinead O'Connor, or Margaret O'Hara (mid 80's singer, with amazingly emotional delivery), both singers I love, but I'd rather listen to them than Alanis. On the positive side: I love "Unsent", which is really a batch of love letters that have never been sent, and "Your congratulations", a stark paino based ballad, in the manner of Tori-Amos, and "One" (extremely like Mary Margaret O...

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AdvantagesChilled out,familiar,still got that magic,more mature vocals make songs emotionally stronger.

DisadvantagesNot really any new material but it does give you something new in sound and feel.

...Jagged Little Pill Acoustic- released in 2005 suits the new Alanis really well. With her general albums showing a mellower (hippier) side, the acoustic take on the past albums is really a nice idea. The good thing about this album is that the songs still have the familiarity that they did before but with a slightly new sound. Now if you are expecting it to be an album of just Alanis...

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