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The Collection Enhanced, Best of

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 15 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Best of
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000B8QF00
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #10,232 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Thank You
2. Head Over Feet
3. Eight Easy Steps
4. Everything
5. Crazy
6. Ironic
7. Princes Familiar
8. You Learn
9. Simple Together
10. You Oughta Know
11. That I Would Be Good
12. Sister Blister
13. Hands Clean
14. Mercy
15. Still (From Dogma)
16. Uninvited
17. Let's Do It
18. Hand in My Pocket

Product Description

The first retrospective of the career of Alanis Morissette, The Collection spans 1995-2005 with hits and more, as a new recording, 'Crazy' joins some of the most popular songs of the era, from 'You Oughta Know' and 'Hand in My Pocket' to 'Ironic'. Warner. 2005.


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This is NOT the best compilation I would have made of Alanis Morissette's songs. I am a HUGE fan and there are better songs out there but it gives a good idea of her talent in songwritting. A good introduction album to know if you like or dislike her. But I would start with the basics, Jagged Little Pill.....
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After beginning her music career back in Canada as a dance-pop princess in the early 1990's, she grew tired of being labeled as a pop icon, and the constant comparisons to Debbie Gibson, so Alanis moved to LA in 1994 and released "Jagged Little Pill", her most successful record to date, and a record that broke many records. Selling 30 million copies, and winning 5 Grammy awards, the album is the best selling international debut record for a female, ever. Quite a title to uphold. After JLP, Alanis released "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie" in 1998, "Unplugged" in 1999, "Under Rug Swept" in 2002, "Feast on Scraps" in 2002, "So Called Chaos" in 2004 and "Jagged Little Pill: Acoustic" in 2005. 10 years after her initial success, Alanis decides to put out a "greatest hits" collection, titled simply "The Collection". Two versions of this album were released, one with a purple cover which is the CD only, and another version, the "Limited Edition Digipack with DVD".
CD:
The record's only new track is Alanis' cover of Seal's track "Crazy". Originally done for a compilation put out by the Gap called "Favorites", the track is the only new track to be featured here, not to mention it is a remix version of it. I really liked the version off of the "Favorites" CD, but this James Michael Remix just doesn't so it for me. Included in this collection are some of her larger hits, and some of her non-existent hits, and is obviously missing some hits. The major inclusion that baffles me is "Mercy", of the Jonathan Elias disc "The Prayer Cycle", in which Alanis provided vocals for. A hit? Hardly. A good track? Hmm.. I'll let you decide that. What really baffles me is how she blatantly ignored the hits off of her disc "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie".
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The case was broken when it arrived 😕
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I must admit that this CD was a disappointment for me. I found a few songs by Alanis Morissette that I really liked, so I took a risk and picked this CD out. I listened to the CD a few times and nothing grabbed me. It is a tinkly experimental work that has too much 'granola' for my tastes. Can't comment much on the content too much because it gathers dust from neglect.
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