American Doll Posse

American Doll Posse

by Tori Amos
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American Doll Posse 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this album was disappointing, did not stay true to the music-genre of tori amos' other albums. The political lyrics intergrated with rock is not something I find pleasing to listen to. This album is the worst yet.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
one of the worst cd's - she was on a gradual decline after scarlet walk ....................
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just heard the full album, and it's Tori's most eclectic, exciting release in years. It's a mix between the tight production of Choirgirl and the sprawling anger of Pele. Tori may be channeling five imaginary characters here, but, more importantly, she's channeling David Bowie, Patti Smith, John Lennon, Stevie Nicks, Neil Young... If there is a statement to be found here, it's that music (be it rock, glam, prog, punk or honkeytonk) has done more for America than its own government. Imagine Strange Little Girls with a real pulse. That's why Posse is so good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The clips are fantastic! This is the most exciting release from Tori since The Choirgirl Hotel. I really think her concept behind it is pure brilliance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The song titles alone (and artwork) gets this an early 5 stars. Big Wheel is floating around out there on the internet too... A bit honky-tonk with some very cool syncopation and a few 'choice words'. Can't wait!
Guest More than 1 year ago
"American Doll Posse" feels like an apology from Tori to all us long-time fans after the overall letdown of "The Beekeeper". While not as "hardcore" as some of her earlier albums, such as "Little Earthquakes" and "Boys for Pele", "American Doll Posse" really does showcase the best of the now seasoned and refined Tori, a side of her songwriting and musical skill first truly displayed in her "Scarlet's Walk" album. "American Doll Posse" is an overall strong, beautifully balanced, and highly enjoyable album that should come to most Tori fans as a very welcome return to form.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome tori album. it's different "it's actual rock!!!" but i love it anyway. 'teenage hustling' is a great track, it's gonna rock live, and i love the preppy, poppy, radio friendly 'bouncing off clouds.' 'secret spell' kinda reminds me of 'tear in your hand' from little earthquakes. Another good song is 'girl disapearing' kinda like 'jackie's strangth' w/ the strings, but different vocals. tori rocks!
Winnie_Doe More than 1 year ago
She's still got it and she proves it with ADP. This is a very good, albeit very long, album. It's tightly woven and well thought out, but not overthought, which i beileve is where she lost me with The Beekeeper. This album has restored my faith in her ability to shock and awe. This is an album that i am proud to own.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a landmark album for the music world. This album totally reminds me of the movie, Hedwig and the Angry Inch due to it's rock-operaesque styling (23 tracks!). From start to finish, Tori delivers songs dealing with political, social, and feminist issues that blend together into a sweeping soundscape that is magical. The 5 different "women" that make up this album set it apart from other musical ventures. "Santa, "Clyde", "Isabel", "Pip", & "Tori" make up the American Doll Posse. Overall, American Doll Posse is a classic. Nobody can ever pull something like this off again.
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