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The London Evening Standard reviewed American Doll Posse in their April 27th edition, where it headlined their CDs Of The Week column.
American Doll Posse (Universal)
A consistent class act, Tori Amos hardly does herself justice by opening her album with Yo George, a mini-lament containing the rather tired message that George W Bush is, like, bad. Right kids? Thankfully, things move steeply uphill. The catchy melody and power-chord-fuelled chorus of Digital Ghost bring the power ballad within a whisker of the cheese zone – however, a hint of genuine anguish brings the song back from the brink. Musically complex and as dark as night, the gritty rock of Teenage Hustling brings out familiar themes of sex, shame and anger, as does the snarling mini-track Fat Slut. With a touch of Southern blues and oozing with sexual longing, You Can Bring Your Dog has a more playful touch. Amos has come back with an accomplished and unpredictable offering that allows her freewheeling musical and lyrical spirit to run riot in glorious style. CHRIS ELWELL-SUTTON