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Although it’s not on their site yet, Uncut reviewed American Doll Posse in their latest issue and Anni sent it in for y’all. Thanks to her for that!
Tori Amos: American Doll Posse
Proto-Newsom “goes sexy”. Blimey.
A new look, and a new sound for Tori Amos here. At least on “Big Wheel”, anyway—a stomping, whiskey-drenched country-rocker complete with slide guitar and a sleazy Tori boasting: “I am a M.I.L.F.” It’s more Lucinda Williams than Boys for Pele but is hardly typical of the rest of the other 20 songs. Some, such as “Fat Slut” and the mandolin-driven “Devils and Gods”, are mere fragments, but there are several major Amos compositions here, too, from the quirky dance-pop of “Bouncing Off Clouds” to the strings-and-piano-arpeggios of “Girl Disappearing”. After the difficult concepts of Scarlet’s Walk and The Beekeeper, American Doll Posse sounds like a return to more conventional songwriting form.