2009
Label: Universal Republic Records - 602527034355 • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock
Not Dying Today - Tori Amos - Abnormally Attracted To Sin (CD, Album)

 · Album. Abnormally Attracted to Sin Tori Amos. Released . Not Dying Today Lyrics. 6. Maybe California Lyrics. 7. Curtain Call Lyrics. 8. Fire to Your Plain.

Abnormally Attracted To Sin. Tori Amos Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars. ratings. Price: $ & FREE Returns. Return this item for free. Free returns are available for the shipping address you chose. You can return the item for any reason in new and unused condition: no shipping charges/5().

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Abnormally Attracted To Sin is a music studio album recording by TORI AMOS (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5.

Abnormally Attracted to Sin is the tenth solo studio album by American singer-songwriter Tori Amos, released 19 May , in standard and limited CD/DVD edition. The album debuted on Billboard at no. 9, giving Amos her seventh Top 10 album in the US.


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3 Replies to “Not Dying Today - Tori Amos - Abnormally Attracted To Sin (CD, Album)”

  1.  · “Not Dying Today” has a clean, classic rock shuffle sound as realized by a full band, while those craving some solo Amos will enjoy “Mary Jane,” her piano-and-voice tale of a mother and her coming-of-age son.

  2.  · After the high conceptualism that lorded over 's The Beekeeper and 's American Doll Posse, singer and songwriter Tori Amos has decided to return to the relatively simple songs-as-songs approach on Abnormally Attracted to recordings, fine though they may have been, stretched the artist's reputation and the patience of her fans to the breaking point; based on her /10().

  3.  · This album went from being one of my least favorite Tori Amos records to one of my favorite. The difference is that significant. My only criticism is that switching the order of Not Dying Today and Maybe California would have worked better for vinyl. Not Dying Today sounds a bit flat, while for Maybe California sounds a bit bright/5().

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