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Little Earthquakes (Deluxe Edition)
Singer-songwriters were no longer in vogue and women in rock were still considered a novelty in 1990 when Tori Amos approached Atlantic Records with demos for her debut; the intrigued-but-cautious label sent her to England to woodshed the material. Whether or not that was necessary, it seems to have worked – when LITTLE EARTHQUAKES was released in 1992 in the U.K., it hit #14 on the chart before earning a stateside release that garnered reams of critical praise. Intensely personal, piano-led songs like “Me And A Gun,” “Silent All These Years” and “Crucify” connected with an audience in a way few could have predicted, and their cumulative effect remains stunning. One of Amos' very best albums, LITTLE EARTHQUAKES has just been reissued with a bonus disc of 18 B-sides, live tracks and other rarities.