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Tori Amos: The Complete Videos 1991-1998 (1998)

Video  -  Music  -  November 1998 (USA)
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The Raspberry Swirl video uses the Lip Gloss version (3.38). The Lip Gloss version is about 20 seconds shorter than the album version and features slightly different instrumentation. The album version clocks in at 3.58. See more »

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The Essential Tori Amos Video Compilation!!!
19 May 2003 | by (Chicago, IL) – See all my reviews

This video compilation spans material from the first four albums of the solo career of talented singer/songwriter Tori Amos. Since Tori has always been viewed as an esoteric artist, her videos rarely receive the air play they deserve. Thanks to this compilation, we have 15 of her classic videos all in one collection! The highlights of this compilation are the swirling camera shots of the sepulchral "Caught a Lite Sneeze", both the European and American versions of the delightful "Cornflake Girl", the emotionally somber "Hey Jupiter", the disturbing stream-of-consciousness of "Spark", and the beautiful stop-gap photogpraphy of her first classic hit "Silent All These Years". This is obviously a treat for Tori fans, but even the rest of the world may find themselves mesmerized by the rich textures and excellent cinematography in these videos.


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