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it has come to my attention

...that Miss Crazy herself, Tori Amos, is releasing a new album in the near future. whoA. I don't know why I'm surprised, she seems to release something every two - three years.

here we go, there is a wikipedia on it:

Abnormally Attracted to Sin is the tenth studio album by singer-songwriter Tori Amos, and is the artist's first release under her distribution deal with Universal Republic. The album, which Amos began writing while touring in support of her previous album American Doll Posse (2007),[1] explores ideas of religious truths, a familiar motif of Amos', and the roles of women and sin in religion.[2]
Like all of Amos' post-Atlantic releases, Abnormally Attracted to Sin will be offered in a limited edition version, which will include a DVD containing 'visualettes', shot in HD and Super 8, that provide a visual narrative to the album.[3]

oh my good god. too bad you didn't know me five years ago. this shit would have rocked my world. I kept hearing "Welcome to England" on XM and dismissed it as something off her last album (that I didn't even bother to listen to, really. sry TA).

I'll always have a soft spot for the bitch though. sigh. and will probably get this out from the library at least twice.

- Brittany "WASN'T MY BULLET" K

p.s. somebody needs to proofread these better. WUT.

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