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Rolling Stone (US)
November 26, 1998

On the Road



No one would confuse a Tori Amos performance with your standard testosterone-heavy mosh-pit rock blowout, but leave it to the cornflake girl to make the unlikely comparison. "I like to think that the power is still there, but it's not about putting your elbow into somebody's nostril," she tells us. "It's much more about having your own sensual experience." The traveling show finally comes to a halt after eight months of nearly constant touring, and this last leg will be saved for posterity on a live album (don't hold your breath -- it's not due until Christmas '99) and in the dreams of each and every one of Amos' adoring fans.


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