After three years of the release of the ever successful, Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette finally released her sophmore album, "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie". What's distintcly different about this album and it's predessor? How about a much more softer and not-so-angry toned Morissette, musical influences from India, and a new sense of spirituality. This record is considered Morissette's "F#@& you" record to the industry, because she literally defies all common recording industry rules. From the very beginiing of this record you'll sense a new peace in Morissette thanks to "Front Row" (a song whose verses are derived from conversations) and the guitar whirling "Baba" (a song that questions people's personal motives in religion). Thank U (the first single from the record) is Alanis Morissette's declaration of thankfulness for the expiriences she has lived and accepting the good and bad in her life. This album is packed with 17 songs which (for the casual listener) maybe hard to digest. "Joining You", "Sympathetic Character", "Would Not Come", and "Can't Not") are all angry songs that are reminiscent of Jagged Little Pill. However songs like: "So Pure", "The Couch", "UR", "Unsent", and "One" reveal Alanis's new expirimental style. I would never reccommend this album to the casual Alanis Morissette listener, but it is definitley a treasure among rocks.