Tuesday, October 25, 2016

I Shaved Every Place Where You Been, Boy

Tori Amos' album Boys For Pele (which is my favorite Tori album not to mention one of my favorite albums, period -- you guys have no idea how many times I have listened to this record in my life; possibly more hours than some of you have been alive) celebrated its 20th anniversary back in January and in a couple of weeks she is releasing a Deluxe Edition of the album, which will have a whole bunch of remastered b-sides and bells and whistles of that sort - if you're a fan it seems pretty Cannot Miss. Buy it here and give MNPP a few cents, if you feel like it. 

Anyway I'm not just soliciting miniature donations with this post (not just) - if you missed this interview with Tori about the album and its making and its legacy at Stereogum a few weeks back, it is also Cannot Miss, and today Nylon has shared one of the b-sides that's on the deluxe album, a track called "Alamo," which has never seen a proper release! That puts "Cannot Miss" into a whole new light.

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