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|3. Black-Dove (January)|
|4. Raspberry Swirl|
|5. Jackie's Strength|
|6. i i e e e|
|7. Liquid Diamonds|
|8. She's Your Cocaine|
|9. Northern Lad|
|11. Playboy Mommy|
|12. Pandora's Aquarium|
From The Choir Girl Hotel is Tori Amos' brilliant fourth Atlantic solo album. Amos is poised to expand upon her ever growing audience. Tracks such as the hypnotically pop-tastic first single, Spark , as well as inventive, joyously indescribable songs like Raspberry Swirl or Liquid Diamonds, display a new rhythmic complexity and all-around musical expansiveness. Certified at 1 million units by the RIAA. (2/01)
For Tori Amos, sex can be a weapon, a spiritual offering, or an act of protest. It's certainly been the singer/pianist's big subject since her 1989 debut Little Earthquakes. But while her earliest compositions tried to punch every emotional hot button at once and came off sounding turgid and overblown, her new album packs a greater punch by toning down mock-symphonic excess in favour of stark, haunting tracks that contain veiled mysteries. Love cuts both ways on Choirgirl. Songs such as "She's Your Cocaine" and "Cruel" view relationships as vicious power plays, while the protagonists in "Playboy Mommy" and "Northern Lad" desperately seek salvation via emotional connection. Hypnotic, affecting, and frequently gorgeous, From the Choirgirl Hotel is Amos's most accomplished album to date. --Marc Weingarten
Honestly, get it! It's so worth it, even if it were just for some lines that are sung. The music is overwhelming. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2005 by Julia F. Göhner
"Blake Dooove. Blick Dob. You're not a Halley Comet..." (Listen to song #3 and you'll know what I'm talking about. Read morePublished on June 10 2004 by myxoplik
This album is no exception in Tori Amos's stellar lineup of music from the whole of her career.
It is undoubtably one of the best of 1998, and, despite its being a response to... Read more
This is probably my favourite Tori album. It's a little harder than her others but it does have some slow songs that will kill your heart. Read morePublished on March 22 2004 by Laura
There are too little words to describe this album. It was my first experience with the works of Amos, and it is truly magical, from the haunting 'iiee' to the sexy 'Raspberry... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2004 by Aubree Hansen
From The Choirgirl Hotel is without a doubt my favorite Tori Amos album. I like the "plugged" sound of the songs. Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2004 by B. K.
I love this album, almost every song (hence the 4 and 1/2). Tori's melodies are gorgeous, as always. Read morePublished on Jan. 7 2004
TORI AMOS - FROM THE CHOIRGIRL HOTEL
1. SPARK: The lead single of this record is absolutely breathtaking. Read more