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Extraordinary Machine


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 4 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000B0WOEO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,875 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Extraordinary Machine
2. Get Him Back
3. O' Sailor
4. Better Version Of Me
5. Tymps (The Sick In The Head Song)
6. Parting Gift
7. Window
8. Oh Well
9. Please Please Please
10. Red Red Red
11. Not About Love
12. Waltz (Better Than Fine)


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After a long 6 year hiatus, Singer-Songwriter Fiona Apple returned to the spot light with the album extraordinary Machine in 2005. The first thing you might notice about the style on this album is its extra layer of jazz esque insturmentation, as well as a much sweeter mood throughout the album. The first track "Extraordinary Machine" is easily the most entertaiing song of the bunch and acts as the perfect example of how Fiona Apple is experimenting with her sound. The songs "Get Him Back" and "O'Sailor" are lead by Apple's heavy hitting piano playing, however do become a bit repetitive. The song "Please Please Please" is fun and energetic, while the songs "Parting Gift" and "Red Red Red" act as beautifull love ballads. While the overall sound on this album doesn't differ much from track to track, Fiona Apple has still made a pretty good album!
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By C. Preston TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 20 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Fiona Apple is defintely an extraorinary musician & songwriter. Having said that, this CD wasn't my favorite especially after her 1st CD; to me this one is an okay effort.

The only songs I put on my Mp3 player from this CD were:

Parting Gift: Is a great jazzy tune, has a dark element both lyrically & vocally.

Oh Well: Love the piano work in this track...rhythmically flows great. Her voice is exceptionally unique in today's music industry.

Red,Red,Red:My favorite song on this CD...reminds me of a track she would have put on Where The Pawn. Very well sung...more dark lyrics...storytelling is great! "What's so great about a diamond?" Awesome!
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Feb. 24 2007
Format: Audio CD
"Be kind to me or treat me mean/I'll make the most of it, I'm an extraordinary machine..."

It's been six long years since we last heard from pop's queen of melancholy, Fiona Apple, in her sophomore album "When the Pawn..." (add eighty words). And she was definitely missed during that time.

In those six years, Apple actually created another album, "Extraordinary Machine," only to shelve it for awhile. So imagine the joy of her fans when it was announced that at last, this "Machine" was in motion, and would finally be out and about for public consumption.

With expectations so high, one would expect that Apple's "Extraordinary Machine" would disappoint one way or another. But it doesn't. With dramatic strings and explosive piano rock, Apple proves that she's only grown further during her forced hiatus.

She hasn't lost her knack for pain and angst, or the memory of romantic rage. She can be wounded and angry just as well here. If anything, it's sharper this time around: "Wait 'til I get him back/He won't have a back to scratch/Yeah, keep turning that chin/And you will see my face/As I figure how to kill what I cannot catch..."

Not that it's all on one subject, or based on one emotion -- most of them focus on post-love in all its forms. Apple explores being cheated on, being dumped, being alone, and the heartache of a breakup's aftermath. "I'm either so sick in the head/I need to be bled dry to quit/Or I just really used to love him/I sure hope that's it," she muses.

But the title track is perhaps the most memorable one, where Apple reaffirms her own strength.
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By A Customer on March 10 2006
Format: Audio CD
This cd, extrodinary machine is one of the best cds I've ever heard!! Fiona Apple is absoutely remarkable and truly an artist!! My fav songs are of course Extrodianry Machine, Not about Love and Oh Sailor
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