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Glamour Magazine (U.K.)
October 2001

Read an article and see really nice photos from Glamour Magazine in the U.K.

Women Who Rock
Fall 2001

There is a music magazine called Women Who Rock, which is apparently a joint venture of Guitar One and Rockrgrl magazines. Their Fall 2001 issue, the first, features the "100 Essential Women in Music" and has a blurb and a quote for each. The 100 women are listed in alphabetical order, so Tori is first. They print two photos of Tori throwing wine into the camera, which we have seen before in Revolver Magazine. Thanks to Simone, jérémie (a.k.a choirboy4pele) and Mike in Seattle for informing me!

The Tori quote is:

Should any part of my music offend you, please do not close your ears to it. Just take what you can use and go on. I'm a musician and a woman, I don't know which one comes first.

The magazine says this about Tori:

A conservatory-trained daughter of a Methodist preacher, Tori Amos has merged classical stylings, religious imagery, raw sexuality, and esoteric lyrics on her way to becoming an icon on her very own distinct musical planet. Her confessional, piano-laced balladry is both evocative and enrapturing. One of her most unforgettable songs, "Me and a Gun," recounts in high drama her triumph over rape, and her covers of Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and the Rolling Stones' "Angie" have garnered enthusiastic cult followings.

Q Magazine (U.K.)
October 2001

Read a review of the Strange Little Girls album from Q Magazine

CosmoGirl Magazine
October 2001

Read a Tori interview from CosmoGirl Magazine

Spin Magazine
October 2001

Read an article on Tori that is in the October 2001 issue of Spin Magazine. It includes several photos, including the first public photo of Tori as her '97 Bonnie & Clyde character!

Alternative Press (AP) Magazine
October 2001

Read the cover story on Tori from the October 2001 issue of Alternative Press Magazine and see all the photos!

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