Abnormally Attracted to Sin [Deluxe Edition]

Abnormally Attracted to Sin [Deluxe Edition]

by Tori Amos


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Amos describes Abnormally Attracted to Sin as "really handmade." She adds: "I wanted to make a treasure, something people will value." The disc features Amos at her most passionate and her most comfortable. It could have come out at any point between her 1992 solo debut, Little Earthquakes, and now. The album's elaborate packaging shows Amos in a variety of guises, photographed in various rooms of a plush, cream-colored Victorian hotel room by glamour expert Karen Collins. The sound of the album is typically detailed and wide, dominated by dark, rich reds and hints of silver. ("I want to make audio mescaline," Tori said.)

Product Details

Release Date: 05/19/2009
Label: Republic
UPC: 0602527040561
catalogNumber: 001290110

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tori Amos   Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Piano,Vocals,fender rhodes
Matt Chamberlain   Percussion,Drums
Caroline Dale   Cello
John Philip Shenale   Synthesizer,Conductor,Hammond Organ
Jon Evans   Bass
James Myer Hogg   Viola
Mac Aladdin   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin,Electric Guitar,12-string Guitar
Fiona McNaught   Violin
Matthew Elston   Violin
Kate Robinson   Violin
Edward Bale   Violin
Holly Butler   Viola

Technical Credits

Tori Amos   Composer,Producer
Matt Chamberlain   Loop
John Philip Shenale   Arranger,String Arrangements
Mark Hawley   Engineer
Marcel VanLimbeek   Engineer
Christopher Kornmann   Art Direction

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Abnormally Attracted to Sin 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Natrebo More than 1 year ago
While being better than her previous albums Tori Amos' new CD stills feel a little empty. Don't get me wrong, OK Tori is still better than the best others can come up with, but I long for the days of when every song had resonance. With artists such as Regina Spektor and Ben Folds turning out Great Piano based albums, I've had my fill of what Tori used to do for me. Even a new-comer like Lenka has piqued my interest. I know Tori is not done, but I do feel like she need to decide what direction she want to take.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm new to listening to Tori but enjoy the uniqueness of this album immensely!
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