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Tori Amos hitting the road for 'Sinful Attraction Tour'

14 May 2009 7:26 AM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

Singer Tori Amos has announced plans to hit the road for the .Sinful Attraction Tour. in support of her new studio album .Abnormally Attracted to Sin. . which hits stores on May 19th. The tour is set to launch in Seattle in July and see the singer travel across the U.S.. The tour will feature revolving set list from Amos . who is considered one of the most active touring artist with more than 1,000 shows in a decade. .Abnormally Attracted to Sin. is Amos. Universal Republic debut album, and will also be available in a deluxe version that will include a DVD of corresponding .visualettes. for each track. These interlocking episodic films bring to life the narrative arc »

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Tori Amos takes 'Sin' on the road

13 May 2009 11:53 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Tori Amos kicks off her "Sinful Attraction" tour July 10 in Seattle. The 7-week outing supports her new album, "Abnormally Attracted to Sin," which comes out next Tuesday (19). Amos's shows often veer into performance art as she takes on different characters as she performs. For example, to tour behind her last album, "American Doll Posse," she assumed the various female personas she portrayed on the album.  For "Sinful Attraction," we bet she incorporates footage from the DVD that accompanies "Abnormally Attracted to Sin," which visualizes the songs as vignettes.   Tour Dates:07/10: Seattle, Wa @ WaMu Theater07/11: Portland, Or @ »

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