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Abnormally Attracted to Sin was less-than-favorably reviewed in the May 18th issue of Rolling Stone, garnering only 2½ stars. While it hasn’t been posted on their website yet, Parker kindly sent us a scan which we’ve transcribed below.
Update The review is now on RollingStone.com.
Abnormally Attracted to Sin
Singer reassembles herself with a plodding set of ballads
After splitting into five different personalities for 2007’s American Doll Posse, Tori Amos pulls herself together again on her latest. The result is a set of prog-inspired balladry with less bounce than her last disc. The plodding “Strong Black Vine” has Amos saving folks from “that evil faith” over strings straight out of Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” and “Police Me” is a multitracked mess of percussion, orchestration and New Wave synth lines. Among the standouts: the ballad “Maybe California,” a tender show of empathy for a mother about to throw herself off a cliff.