Album Review: Tori Amos – Gold Dust

This is the first in a joint venture between Amber from Open ‘Til Midnight. In it, we combine our quite different thoughts on the newly released orchestral album “Gold Dust” by Tori Amos.

Amber takes the highly snarky and critical fan point of view, while 2020k focuses on the technical aspects of the recording and its final impact it makes with the end emotional result.

Both huge fans of Tori, RJ and Amber banter back and forth with Torisms and inside jokes as a way to portay a dialog between the two as they search to find a middle ground of sorts toward what they think of this 2012 release.

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3 Responses to Album Review: Tori Amos – Gold Dust

  1. Amber Waves says:

    And we do so with awesomeness! *high fives* The Corn Mother is pleased with our endeavors to seduce the Barons of Suburbia into Little Amsterdam, where we shall Crucify all those who dare negate our glorious (from the 80s) review!

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