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Here is the Blender review of A Piano. They give it 4 out of 5 stars. Thanks to Noah for telling us about this.
Beloved chanteuse’s rebottled hits still feel like ’90s nirvana.
Reviewed by Jane Dark
Orbiting elliptically around the twin stars of interior abstractions and rancid sexuality, with startling dynamic shifts and oddly shaped melodies, Tori Amos was as grunge as anyone: Kurt Cobain with a piano and progesterone on blast. With the bad grace to survive, shifting restlessly among the allusive, elusive and concept albums, the glory of the ’90s has receded beneath maturity’s tarnish — restorative legend polishing is one goal of this fancy box. The other is to sell tracks fans have long boosted through the wires, by plunking fan-fave B-sides, alternate takes and rarities in a single five-disc box with a wad of hits. You’ll still have to find her “Abbey Road” your own damn self. That such a thick collection can’t encompass the fullness of Amos’s genius, however, is testimony enough.