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Raining Blood - Tori Amos - Strange Little Girls (CD, Album)

Raining Blood - Tori Amos - Strange Little Girls (CD, Album)

  • Shalkis says:
    In , the song was covered by Tori Amos on her studio album Strange Little Girls. The cover of "Raining Blood" was suggested by bassist Justin Meldal-Johnsen, who told Amos that she "had tried pretty much every other genre of music, from rap to new wave to punk to country to pop, .
  • Zukazahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Strange Little Girls on Discogs.4/5(1).
  • Samull says:
    Main Description: This US stamped promotional CD is nearly identical to the commercial release with the exception of the promotional wording printed on the CDs and the gold stamp on the front insert. The promo was available with four different covers just like the commercial release, and they were often found as sets of all four.
  • Dasar says:
    Tori Amos Lyrics "Raining Blood" Trapped in purgatory A lifeless object, alive Raining blood From a lacerated sky Bleeding its horror Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Hanneman Jeffery John, King Kerry Ray. AZLyrics. T. Tori Amos Lyrics. album: "Strange Little Girls" () New Age. 97' Bonnie & Clyde. Strange Little Girl. Enjoy The.
  • Guzuru says:
    Aug 28,  · This album was issued with four alternative covers in the US depicting Tori as the characters singing "Happiness is a Warm Gun" (this one), "Strange Little Girl", "Time" and "Raining Blood". A 5th cover of the "I Don't Like Mondays" character available in some other countries/5(62).
  • Mezikinos says:
    Gold CD in standard jewel case with Russian obi. The obi promotes the Russian release of Little Earthquakes.
  • Nikogul says:
    Sep 06,  · T ori Amos wishes for a dozen of her best impressions on Strange Little Girls, a cover album that covers about as much of the singer’s split-psyche as it does her diverse musical mavenapebovesencaupanetjeucoun.xyzinfo the exception of Depeche Mode’s “Enjoy the Silence” (which is reminiscent of the simple piano/vocal arrangements of her early work), Amos avoids the obvious in favor of more obscure trifles.
  • Faelkree says:
    Something that goes unspoken in the cult of Tori Amos is that she knows the value of press and that she knows how to exploit it. So, six albums into her career, and several years since she captured headlines, she released Strange Little Girls, a collection of covers intended to strike a dagger into the heart of how males view females in pop songs.5/

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