London Evening Standard
September 20, 2001

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Tori's Strange Little Girls album was reviewed on September, 20 2001 in the London Evening Standard's free entertainment magazine 'Hot Tickets' in the U.K.. Thanks to Martin Eden for telling me.

Following a period of hype-induced doubt, it's now safe to assert that, actually, Tori Amos is a goddess and an artiste of the highest calibre. Intriguingly, the shoes-off singer and pianist picks on some of her all-time favourite sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll songs on her Seventies-influenced new album. This Stranglers cover is better than Madonna's last few albums stuck together and the flip sides, versions of Bowie's 'After All' and Alice Cooper's 'Only Women Bleed', show that the cornflake girl has a genuine sense of class. If you fancy a bit of T and A, vote Tori.

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