If you're one of those people who has the tendency to say, "I like their old stuff better.", this is not the Tori CD for you. Similarly, if you're a Tori neophyte, this is NOT the introduction you want to her music. While I can't say I didn't enjoy this electronically-influenced venture from Ms. Amos (I still listen to it often), it left me aching to hear her doing the "girl at the piano thing" again, as she puts it. Tracks like 'Concertina' and 'Spring Haze', (the most old-school Tori on the album), are the ones on which I find myself pushing the repeat button. 'Juarez', a deep, sexy track, and 'Glory of the 80's', with its clever lyrics and pulsing beat, are also on my replay list. However, tracks like the whiny and repetitive 'Suede', and 'Datura', (coming in at over 8 minutes long with not a lot of substance to show for it), are where this album falls short. Also less than impressive is the live CD, which I'm convinced was only attached to force die-hard Tori fans who must own every album to pay upwards of $20 for the new release. It's your standard fare-- the kind I wish Tori would have written more of for the new portion of 'To Venus...' The final verdict? It's a great exploration into Tori's eclectic capabilities, but I doubt it will ever be anybody's favorite.