American Doll Posse, Tori Amos’ ninth album, is sung from the POV of five characters, each represented in the booklet by various costumes and wigs, à la 2001’s Strange Little Girls. Good luck figuring out who’s who, since ”Isabel,” ”Clyde,” ”Pip,” ”Santa,” and ”Tori” mostly seem to share their creator’s sassy, antipatriarchal, divine-feminist sensibility…but they’ll all be getting their own blogs, so we can sort that out later. Too bad Posse is a conceptual wreck, because it benefits from some of the beefiest, most borderline-glam-rock moments Amos has put on record.
American Doll PosseAmerican Doll Posse, Tori Amos' ninth album, is sung from the POV of five characters, each represented in the booklet by various...American Doll PosseRockAmerican Doll Posse, Tori Amos' ninth album, is sung from the POV of five characters, each represented in the booklet by various...2007-04-22
Genre: Rock; Lead Performer: Tori Amos
Posted April 22 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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