Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Pop Rock / Artist: Alanis Morissette / Extra tracks / Audio CD released 1995-06-09 at Maverick / Disc #1 ... more
Jagged Little Pill - Alanis Morissette ... Tracklisting
1 All I Really Want
2 You Oughta Know
4 Hand In My Pocket
5 Right Through You
7 You Learn
8 Head Over Feet
9 Mary Jane
11 Not The Doctor
12 Wake Up
13 You Oughta Know (2)
14 Your House
Newest Review: ... the songs have really good meanings to them , hand in my pocket was the song that made me get this album I saw it on an mtv ... more
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by - written on 07/10/02, updated on 14/11/02
Angry young woman music isn’t usually my bag, but right now, Alanis Morissette’s 1995 Jagged Little Pill is really striking a chord with me. I bought it when it was first released, but recently it has made a comeback into my personal “most listened” chart. I’m a woman scorned, you see, so this album rather suits me at the moment, and you’ll quite often find me doing the housework with this on full blast, snarling the incredibly vicious lyrics out at the top of my voice (after the little one has gone to school of course – there’s language!) The anger. The frustration. The bitterness. It’s all very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/01, updated on 02/09/01 (Very useful, 369 readings)
RAH! is my description of Alanis and her unforgettable style. Anger, revenge, neurosis, power, confidence and addiction are words that spring to mind when referring to this album. And what an album it is! I recently heard that she was only 19 when this album was made, which is VERY surprising because the songs sound like she owns a seasonal ticket to hell. Very American style rock, very powerful vocals and lyrics and ultimately a therapy session once in a while for anger management, much healthier than smashing plates when you’re in a state of rage. So here I go again, entering the warped world of Alanis. Oh and the headings below are lyrics picked from each . Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
This has to be one of my all time favorite albums. I was a little unsure when I bought it, thinking it might be a bit girly. How wrong I was! This is rock at its finest, with a few subtle edges thrown in there that will send shivers up your spine! Well this is often in people's top 10 list, so once again must ask, why is it so good? Well here is what I think of every track: 1. All I really Want - Some great words and a classic beat. Always makes me smile this song, reminds me of women in general (sorry ladies). Brilliant start to the album and really prepares you for whats to come. 8/10 2. You Oughta Know - Very angry powerful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I remember buying this album a few months after it came out and playing it over and over. It is one of those enduring albums which you can return to again and again and of course this was the the album which made Alanis a household name almost overnight. Who is she: Canadian singer/songwriter Alanis is famed for her quirky brand of alternative pop rock. This album sold over 30 million copies. On this album: It gets off to a weak start with 'All I Really Want.' Not a song I would have started the album with. Alanis' vocals are fine, but the tune is not gripping and it seems to lose you at a minute in. She should have launched ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/02, updated on 14/10/02 (Very useful, 48 readings)
There was a time in the middle of 1995 when Canada's Alanis Morissette was the next big thing, an astonishing caterwaul of pre-menstrual fury, powerful and seething, exuding purest venom with a nice line input downs, mainly of the male sex. She had a lengthy career as a phenomenal child prodigy back home, so it shouldn't have come as any great surprise, yet when Chris Evans played the track You Oughta Know with its near the knuckle lyrics "I want you to know that I'm happy for you, I wish nothing but the best for you both, an older version of me, is she perverted like me? Would you go down on you in a theatre?" Evans played it for the ... Read the complete review
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