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The first studio album from Alanis Morissette since 2004, "Flavors Of Entanglement" fuses the organic and the techno - prompted by producer Guy Sigsworth. Incorporating beats, loops and sythesizers, the album was designed, says Morissette, so listeners can "dance your face off." Balancing introspective confession and delirious joy, the global and the personal. "Flavors Of Entanglement" is a tasty new musical feast from one of pop's most intriguing artists.
Top Customer Reviews
The first track called Citizen of the Planet is by far my favourite on this album. But I also enjoy Underneath, Strait Jacket, and Versions of Violence as well. Heck, I love all the songs.
I just finished reading a bunch of interviews from Morissette's website . I am so pleasantly surprised how insightful and thought-provoking she is.
My laws are all of attraction
My punishments are consequences
Separating from source the original sin"
(Alanis Morissette - "Citizen of the Planet")
Back when I started reviewing on Amazon.com, I was asked to name my favorite artistes, and without pausing I chose Alanis Morissette and Queen. Well, many years later, Freddy Mercury's passed on, but Alanis still reigns. Her music and lyrics are intelligent, thought provoking, honest, and most definitely non-mainstream and anti-karaoke.
The album starts off with "Citizen of the Planet" a track with a Middle Eastern vibe, and a shout out to Kwan Yin, the Buddhist Goddess whose name means "One who hears the cries of the world".
The second track is the first single "Underneath", a mid-tempo track with a soaring chorus about people who aren't communicating effectively. This is emphasized when she sings "Look at us jumping ship in our dialogues". An excellent track by any yardstick.
Other noteworthy tracks are "Straitjacket" (PA lyrics, bass heavy dance beat on the chorus); "Versions of Violence" (one of my favorites, rock beat); "Not As We" (plaintive piano-backed ballad); "Moratorium" (classic Morissette); "Torch" and "Giggling Again for no Reason" (simply beautiful - music, lyrics, everything).
The album closes with the second single "Incomplete", an Alanis-styled ballad and second shortest track, where she seems to describe her career when she sings "Ever unfolding / Ever expanding / Ever adventurous and torturous / But never done"
Another great album, no filler material, and definitely a keeper.
Versions of Violence (killer vocal), Not As We (great love lost song), Torch (lyrically great), Tapes (internally self-reflective song).