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The Star-Telegram’s Preston Jones reviewed American Doll Posse last week, along with Björk’s Volta and several other new releases. While short, it’s quite rather postive!
American Doll Posse
Rating: Five stars out of five
The myriad voices in Tori Amos’ head are made flesh on this, her ninth studio album. Assuming different fictional identities (and continuing her career-long obsession with flashy literary devices), Amos delivers a keenly focused work, her best since 2002’s Scarlet’s Walk. Ambitious and intense, American Doll Posse deftly shifts from gritty rock (Teenage Hustling) to brittle balladry (Digital Ghost). The conceit of imaginary characters doesn’t disguise the fact that Amos has crafted one of the most accomplished albums of not only 2007, but of her career.
— Preston Jones