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Amos Copies Herself
Tori Amos clambered on top of a photocopier to create this Katerina Jebb picture for the artwork on her forthcoming, as yet untitled, album.
"Picture this," Amos told Q. "Thereís a photocopy office, the fluorescent light is still buzzing and there I am snogging the massive machine in the corner. The only way you can stay on the machine is to have a piece of your body suctioned onto it. It takes seven minutes a picture."
Due out in May, the album was recorded in Amosís 300-year-old Cornish barn, which she converted into a studio with her new husband, the albumís engineer, Mark Hawley.
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