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Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic 0191
  • ASIN: B000002ITU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,020 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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TORI AMOS Crucify (1992 US 5-track CD single including the remix version and Winter plus cover versions of Smells Like Teen Spirit Angie and Thank You [different tracklisting to the UK edition] picture sleeve)

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By a on March 13 2004
Format: Audio CD
I'm 15 an I've been a fan of Tori for about 3 years now. The first album I bought was "Little Earthquakes" and the first track "Crucify" brought tears to my eyes. It has become not only my favorite Tori song, but one of my favorite songs of all time. Tori is a genius not only at lyrics, but music as well. The lyrics are just...amazing and the music will capture you like nothing else.
It starts out immediatley with "Every finger in the room is pointing at me/I want to spit in their faces/But I'm afriad what that will bring" with piano chords and a bass drum keeping the beat. Then she starts in with her georgous piano in the chours "I've been looking for a savoir in these dirty streets" and "Why do we crucify ourselves?/My heart is sick of being in chains"
The bad thing about this single is that they don't include the original, and I like the original better. I don't like how they cut out the chours and all of the added instruments.
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Crucify [Remix] - A remix of the genius song "Crucify." Sounds like the original, only with added guitars and some of the chours is cut out.
Rating: 4.5/5
Winter - Why this song is included on here, I do not know, but I'm glad it is because this is one of Tori's best songs. Winter is just a beautiful ballad. I can never get enough of it! Another Tori song that brought tears to my eyes, espically in the chorus "When you gonna make up your mind?" Beautiful.
Rating: 5/5
Angie - A cover of the Rolling Stone's Angie; and it is amazing. She completly makes it her own. Just her and a piano, and I love that Tori the best.
Rating: 5/5
Smells Like Teen Spirit - A cover of Nirvana's song of the same name. Just Tori and her piano.
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Format: Audio CD
although i've been an advocate fan of tori amos for many years, crucify can never leave my cd player for very long. this is the ep for those who love tori's voice but either can't afford to buy a full album or prefer the mellow tori. christian fanatics or fundamentalists will not have a hay day with this either because there is nothing written here trashing religion of any kind so one can not use that as an excuse for not buying this wonderful cd. needless to say, you don't have to hide this one from mommy or daddy because there no controversial themes or profanities here. in fact, your parents might even like this one themselves. my mother hates tori amos but actually finds this cd to be quite pretty & soothing which surprises me a bit. tori amos is one of the few living artists i know who can do just as well with covers as she does with her own body of work & that's extremely impressive. in fact, quite often i would prefer to hear tori's cover than the original artist. i have to agree with the many fans & critics alike who love the haunting cover of cobain's "smells like teen spirit". ms. amos has covered this great classic with grace & beauty but manages to still convey the darkness or to strike a nerve with us nevertheless. i also feel the remix of "crucify" on here is far better than the one on her earthquakes album. the only song on here that i feel should've received a better re-working is the gorgeous, heartfelt "winter" which she would later remix or rework for her greatest hits compiliation entitled "tales of a librarian". aside from that, there are 3 beautiful covers in addition to two of tori's greatest classics on this ep & this should satisfy even the casual tori listener who has never owned a tori cd or cassette.Read more ›
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By Erica Anderson on Nov. 30 2003
Format: Audio CD
Being a devoted Tori Amos fan, I try to collect as many of her singles/EPs I can because Tori always includes some wonderful b-sides like cover songs. The cover songs are the primary reason I bought "Crucify" 2-3 years ago. Like a lot of other reviewers, I like this version of "Crucify" over the album version found on "Little Earthquakes". It sounds closer to what I have heard in concert. I'm also glad that "Winter" wasn't altered. It is one of my all-time favorite Tori songs, not to mention ballads. As for the cover songs, I thought all three were great. I was never a Nirvana fan. I always thought they were highly overrated and "Smells Like Teen Spirit" was played to death. The only credit I give Kurt Cobain and co. is for killing the careers of Poison and their ilk. I like Tori's version a lot more. I didn't find it to be for a good laugh unlike another reviewer did. Unlike Nirvana's version, I can honestly hear the lyrics being sung clearly. Tori succeeds in giving the song an emotional feel which the original version lacks (unless you count giving me a massive headache an emotional feel). I also enjoyed Tori's interpretations of "Angie" and "Thank You". I know that Tori is a big fan of Led Zeppelin so I think I understand her choice in covering a Zeppelin song, but I'm not really sure about "Angie" or "Smells Like Teen Spirit". Still her renditions were executed as well as Tori plays the piano. "Crucify" is a must have for Tori fans, new or old alike. This is not a throwaway album.
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