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|Alanis Morissette||Primary Artist, Vocals|
|Victor Indrizzo||Percussion, Drums|
|Tim Pierce||Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar|
|Lyle Workman||Electric Guitar|
|Mike Daly||Acoustic Guitar|
|David Levita||Electric Guitar|
|Chris Elms||Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar|
|Glen Ballard||Composer, Lyricist|
|Joe Chiccarelli||Producer, drum programming|
|Guy Sigsworth||Composer, Lyricist, Producer, drum programming, Additional Production|
|Alanis Morissette||Composer, Lyricist|
|Mike Elizondo||Composer, Lyricist|
|Chris Elms||Programming, Engineer, Pro-Tools|
|David Campbell||Woodwind Arrangement|
|Sam Bittner||Sound Consultant|
Posted September 4, 2012
The key to enjoying a new Alanis Morissette record is to accept that shell never record another " Jagged Little Pill".
Morissette's musical prowess in subsequent releases have always been the same a singular snapshot of her current journey. " HABL " is no different heavy guitars, drum loops, dashes of electronica and middle eastern influences and signature lyrics that alienate those being trained by the current airwaves. An easy listening offering both political and personal introspection. Morissette is a wordsmith, a poet, a singer and self assigned therapist.
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Posted February 6, 2013