From the Choirgirl Hotel

From the Choirgirl Hotel

by Tori Amos
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From the Choirgirl Hotel 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
well first of all i would like to state that besides Ani Difranco you cannot find a more emotional singer, 2nd of all~this is a fantastic album. it has everything that you want, slow and fast dancing songs. slow songs like jackies strength, fast songs like shes your cocaine and rasberry swirl. playboy mommy is a really emotional and good song, well basically it is all good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For years, my mother has been a fan of Tori Amos. My dad and I, fans of rock, constantly mocked her for liking such weird music. But I have recently been listening to more experimental music. And after I stole this from my mother's collection, it has been held hostgae in my room for months. I love music with exceptional lyrics and this defintely qualifies. This album wraps you up in a warm, crazy blanket and keeps you company the whole way through. It holds you in way that is quite unexpected. Everything about this album is perfect. Buy it now!
wmorin76 More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of Tori's for years now and I've owned this album for years as well. For some reason, I feel compelled to review it now which I'll do in very simple terms. First of all, amazing record. Easily my favorite by her. Secondly, buy it. Enough said, the music speaks for itself.
Guest More than 1 year ago
lovly,lovly,lovly!this CD really rocks!this is the CD that brought me into the Tori cuture.if you like vocals and piono ,you'll love
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tori Amos' follow-up to her conceptually confused ''Boys For Pele'' is the wonderfully dark and brooding ''From the Choirgirl Hotel''. Amos is back in full form, and though the music is a bit more techno-deviated, her lyrics, passion and piano are all center stage. From the throbbing beat of ''Raspberry Swirl'' to the genuinely touching ''Playboy Mommy'', ''Choirgirl Hotel'' is one of Amos' best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If 1996¿s Boys For Pele served as a sporadically successful effort at cleansing exorcism, then the comparatively unquirky From the Choirgirl Hotel is Tori Amos¿ attempt to check back in to the Raisin Girl Zeitgeist. Supplementing her siren-song sound with a tight, traditionally-arrayed backing band, Choirgirl finds Amos reigning in some of her more hysterically esoteric instincts while still straddling the stylistic extremes of ¿Raspberry Swirl¿ ¿ a deliciously throbbing romp reeking of damply enjoined genitalia ¿ and ¿Northern Lad¿ ¿ a bittersweet ballad evoking some of the same ache that Joni Mitchell mined in ¿A Case of You.¿ In ¿Lad,¿ Amos also seems to acknowledge ¿ if not entirely apologize for ¿ her preceding release¿s often mystifying minimalism: ¿Girls, you¿ve got to know/When it¿s time to turn the page¿/I guess you go too far/When pianos try to be guitars.¿ All things considered, this is a refreshingly hefty addition to the Amos catalogue (even if it never quite reaches the level of its distinguished sisters, Little Earthquakes and Under the Pink).
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