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While one may think Uptown Magazine is behind the curve because they just posted their review of Abnormally Attracted to Sin, it appears that they finally just added it to their website last week and that it was previously published in the print edition. At least, that is what one hopes considering the C+ grade they gave it…
Abnormally Attracted to Sin is quirky singer/songwriter Tori Amos’ 10th album, but not much has changed thematically. She’s still writing vague poetic songs about her beef with religion (seriously, Tori, we get it). Amos creates lush backgrounds of strings or electronic beats, and sings overtop of them with her own internal rhythms. Songs such as Maybe California and Flavor are simple piano ballads, with more conventional vocals. The album would be better if Amos had shortened it a bit – at 17 tracks, Abnormally Attracted to Sin is a long haul. The highlight of the album: Mary Jane, a quirky cabaret tune about marijuana.
— Robin Dudgeon