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The album represents a more acoustic piano-based sound, and most of the final third of the album is devoted to a classical-inspired suite of piano songs, including the sweeping nine-and-a-half minute epic "Yes, Anastasia". Tori Amos used a prepared upright piano for the studio recording of "Bells for Her", which was also played on a prepared piano for the second half of the tour. It was voted among the greatest albums of the 1990s by Rolling… read more



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    CD-Review (german): Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes & Under The Pink (Deluxe Versions / Re-Issues) -
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    fucking spellbinding
  • Avatar for Feeriee
    My favorite from her....timeless :)
  • Avatar for Deformografy
    Happy 20th, Under the Pink!
  • Avatar for giovanealex
    Today marks the day: 20 years ago, this masterpiece was released.
  • Avatar for gilkagan
    why (LP Version) in every track name ? is it needed ?
  • Avatar for AngelPop
    So the album is named Under the Pink and the cover is blue? LOL
  • Avatar for citron016
    Some of most representative songs are on this album (Pretty Good Year, Cornflake Girl)....Still, I don't think anyone can compose a song like 'Yes, Anastasia.' It's beyond awesome
  • Avatar for Deardeadfriend
    Everything about this album is delicate - the cover, her voice, the music...

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