Abnormally Attracted to Sin (Island)
Tori Amos's uncompromising debut, Little Earthquakes, paved the way for the female singer-songwriter movement of the Nineties. Seventeen years, nine albums and a happy marriage later, she's unable to conjure quite the same vitriol for Abnormally Attracted to Sin — but it does have a dark magic of its own.
Weighing in at a hefty 18 tracks, the album carries a certain amount of excess fat — particularly in a second half made up of earnest piano ballads such as Starling and Lady in Blue. The sweeping beauty of Welcome to England is more successful, while the stomping Strong Black Vine proves that, when she puts her mind to it, she can still make the earth move.
Fonte: Undented.com e Evening Standard
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