I think I was 31 years old when this came out. I was a total Tori Amos Fan Then.
I still love them both.
I’ve grown to enjoy everything AM shares with us.
My partner and I have been together 25 years and most of AMS’ releases represent a lot of soundtrack to the 25 years of cohabitation between two male opposites of my partner and I (Gemini/Leo).
Thank you AM!!!
By BRANDON SCOTT KRUSE
In a short story the 8th subjugation HERO WILL DIE AT THE A OF THIS!
wish i could put 10 stars
WoW so thankful for Alanis
I loved this album when it was released in the 90’s. I wish this version included the a cappella version of Your House, like on the original release.
I don’t bloody get it
By Yorick Delano
I cannot for a second figure out why this album is held in such high regard, i for one think it just awful. You Oughta Know, i don’t think I’ve cringed harger to a song that wasn't 21 Pilots' stressed out
I didnt have to listen to it
By lesser m
Because I owned the cassette tape and played it on a regular basis.
90's essential. Alanis Morisette never fails to amaze me!
By Eddie Gimeno
Greatest album EVER!
I always lose interest fast after "Hand In My Pocket". There truly isn't a bad song on here. It's an album without any surprises though. It starts out promising, but then soon you realize about halfway this is ALL she does, and that despite some solid songwriting on the second half, it all blends into one "#;fdbi&@~€^"
Should be one of a handful of albums to be put into a time capsule. No other female has made a single album that is more powerful and influential than Alanis on JLP.