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Joining You 1 / These Are Thoughts / Thank U Maxi, Import


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  • Audio CD (March 9 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Maxi, Import
  • Label: Wea International
  • ASIN: B00000IHD7
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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By scruniel on April 21 2000
Format: Audio CD
I love Alanis, and I think this was a great choice for a single! The melancholy mix of Joining You was great, and so was These R The Thoughts. Thank U was also excellent live. The only suggestion i have is that she should've had the REAL Joining You (The one from "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie") on the single too. But it still is a great single.
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By A Customer on June 7 1999
Format: Audio CD
I thought I was going to disappoint myself after spending over $10 for like 2 songs; but this is great! The ballad "These Are The Thoughts" is sill in my head after listening to it many times in one day. The new mix of "Joining You" is really cool as it uses more accoustic guitars throughout. Even the live version of "Thank U" sounds great when the chorus kicks in. Get this, dude.
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By A Customer on April 8 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is the latest cd single by Alanis Morissette. How can I sum it up in more that one word? PERFECT! Joining You is the best song on her new cd, and the version that is contained on this single is even better!! I really wish this song was released in the USA so other people could know how great it is. The b-side, These Are The Thoughts, is just plain great! It starts off with her singing with just a piano and slowly builds throughout the song till it climax's at the end with a beautiful string arrangement. With lyrics like "how can you say you are spiritual, yet you treat people like sh*t" proves that Alanis is still the same old Alanis! I wish she would have put this song on her new cd! Peace!
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Whether Alanis Morissette is doing an album, single, or movie (well, she has a part in Kevin Smith's movie DOGMA coming out this October.), she can never make us worry about her. You know how it is, sometimes an artist releases this awesome album and the next is horrid. Alanis never has acheived such a down-sider yet. She has changed her music throughout from dance to alternative and alternative to easy light rock, but she has never made us cry. But the reason I am writing now is for her latest single JOINING YOU. No matter whether she releases a 17-track CD or a 3-track single, she always gets attention. Her THANK U single rose to the top of fans' collections because of a fantastic b-side called "Pollyanna Flower". This time, JOINING YOU is up there because of "These Are The Thoughts". Yeah, well there have been some thoughts on why this song wasn't put on her latest album. It is fantastic. 'These are the thoughts that go through my head in my backyard on a Sunday afternoon', Morissette sings beautifully until reaching a rising action of questions: 'why do you say you are spiritual yet you treat people like sh-t?...'....'How can you say you're close to God, and yet you talk behind my back as if I'm not.'. It's just our same, young brilliant Alanis Morissette at work. You must get this single! You have nothing to lose, it's almost as fantastic as her full albums!! Also, the actual song "Joining You" is different. It's better than the album version!! (tracklist: Joining You (melancholy mix), These Are The Thoughts (unreleased track), Thank U (BBC radio live edit)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Joining You, toned down April 28 2005
By H. Rose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'd heard Joining You on the Supposed Former [...] album. I found it overstated, with too much guitar (and I'm a guitar kind of person!). I found this CD Single in a used CD store and bought it on impulse, mostly because of the Melancholy Mix. I found the story of Alanis talking to the younger person about thoughts of suicide to be very powerful. The music caresses the words, and I can hear Alanis' concern for her friend.

These Are The Thoughts was truly a bonus. Her voice and the lyrics combine again to speak with power.

I'm very glad I stopped in the used CD store, else I might not have given this disc a chance.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Pretty Much Worth The Money June 7 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I thought I was going to disappoint myself after spending over $10 for like 2 songs; but this is great! The ballad "These Are The Thoughts" is sill in my head after listening to it many times in one day. The new mix of "Joining You" is really cool as it uses more accoustic guitars throughout. Even the live version of "Thank U" sounds great when the chorus kicks in. Get this, dude.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE FOR MORISSETTE TO DISSAPPOINT HER FANS! March 24 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Whether Alanis Morissette is doing an album, single, or movie (well, she has a part in Kevin Smith's movie DOGMA coming out this October.), she can never make us worry about her. You know how it is, sometimes an artist releases this awesome album and the next is horrid. Alanis never has acheived such a down-sider yet. She has changed her music throughout from dance to alternative and alternative to easy light rock, but she has never made us cry. But the reason I am writing now is for her latest single JOINING YOU. No matter whether she releases a 17-track CD or a 3-track single, she always gets attention. Her THANK U single rose to the top of fans' collections because of a fantastic b-side called "Pollyanna Flower". This time, JOINING YOU is up there because of "These Are The Thoughts". Yeah, well there have been some thoughts on why this song wasn't put on her latest album. It is fantastic. 'These are the thoughts that go through my head in my backyard on a Sunday afternoon', Morissette sings beautifully until reaching a rising action of questions: 'why do you say you are spiritual yet you treat people like sh-t?...'....'How can you say you're close to God, and yet you talk behind my back as if I'm not.'. It's just our same, young brilliant Alanis Morissette at work. You must get this single! You have nothing to lose, it's almost as fantastic as her full albums!! Also, the actual song "Joining You" is different. It's better than the album version!! (tracklist: Joining You (melancholy mix), These Are The Thoughts (unreleased track), Thank U (BBC radio live edit)
Excellent April 20 2000
By scruniel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love Alanis, and I think this was a great choice for a single! The melancholy mix of Joining You was great, and so was These R The Thoughts. Thank U was also excellent live. The only suggestion i have is that she should've had the REAL Joining You (The one from "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie") on the single too. But it still is a great single.
Two thumbs way up!! April 23 2012
By JaimeJim - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
It has taken me years to acquire, I don't know why it took so long, but I finally own it!! So, I'm a huge Alanis fan from waaaay back! It's a great CD, but the huge bonus on this CD, for me, is the Studio recording of "These R The Thoughts". You may be familiar with the Unplugged version. I actually prefer the live version better, but that's just because I have seen her live and there is nothing better! Pure ear candy! As a collector, I've always wanted the studio version!

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