Flavors of Entanglement
The singer who brought us songs with lyrics like "in the name of the Father, the Skeptic and the Son", "would she go down on you in a theater", and "you're like a 90s Jesus" is gonna release an 11-track album entitled "Flavors of Entanglement" on June 10th.
So happy to get an advanced copy. After listening to the first few tracks, I noticed right away that she ditched the anger and replaced it with more danceable tunes.
While listening to "Citizen of the Planet", I imagined belly dancers moving in slow-mo and the camera is panning over to our hero walking to meet a high-ranking official.
"Not as We" and "Torch" are instant favorites. The piano in the background plus Morissette's voice is a great combo.
"Versions of Violence" would be such a cool background to an action-packed scene in a movie.
"In Praise of the Vulnerable Man" has the same formula of an Alanis hit. Simple lyrics, catchy melody and will give you that last song syndrome.
"Giggling Again for no Reason" reminds me of Smashing Pumpkins' "1979".