Fiona Apple - Tidal
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Based on 911 ratings
1996 Ratings: #10
Liked by 85 people
July 23, 1996 / Release Date
LP / Format
Clean Slate / Work / Label
Andrew Slater / Producer
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Back in 2019 I explored the music that was released throughout the decade we were exiting, and then in 2020 I stepped backwards into the music of the 2000's. As we enter 2021 I'm taking an additional step back in my decade analyses to examine some of the most important works of the 1990's. Given that Fiona Apple's album Fetch The Bolt Cutters was regarded as the best album of 2020 by many critics and fans, reexamining Apple's early word seems like a great place to begin.

Today, at ... read more
one of the albums my mum used to play around the house sometimes when i was younger, and one we've both fallen back in love with recently
It is difficult to not disconnect all albums from Fiona Apple to her persona.
Base on demo when Apple was 16 and released when she was 19, this album carries a remarkable maturity yet is extremely painful to listen. Victim of rape who endured a lot of psychological issues (notably anorexia but not only that) at a very young age and having a serious break-up, all these events directly influence the way she sings and writes.

Tidal opens with the gorgeous Sleep To Dream. With a perfect jazzy ... read more
Ao receber o prêmio de Best New Artist no Video Music Awards de 1997, Fiona Apple trouxe um precioso conselho - mesmo que na época mal compreendido - para todos que estavam assistindo: "você não deve modelar sua vida sobre o que você acha que é legal, o que estamos vestindo e o que estamos dizendo, vá com você". Cabe destacar, portanto, que o seu álbum de estreia é bastante coerente com o discurso apresentado, uma vez ... read more
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Added on: June 18, 2012