Under-the-pink-vinyl, the second of tori amos' first set of reissues, "under the pink" deluxe edition features the album's 12 original songs, adding 8 b-sides, and 7 live tracks on an extra disc, all remastered for the first time.. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2015 180 gram vinyl release of under the pink on discogs., under the pink was recorded in an old hacienda in new mexico we call the fishhouse. strings recorded at westlake studios, l.a. thanks to bösendorfer for making the best pianos in the world, for sending one special 'girl' out to us in the desert..
Limited 180gm vinyl lp pressing. under the pink was tori amos' follow-up to the sensationally successful little earthquakes and demonstrates that she had by no means run out of faeries and demons to sport with., 180-gram vinyl. half-speed mastered, cut at abbey road studios. available for the first time in the u.s. new liner notes; includes "cornflake girl," "god" and "past the mission". Buy tori amos: under the pink (180g) vinyl lp at turntablelab.com, a better music store experience since 1999. what is a "cornflake girl?" looking it up on wikipedia, the term is inspired by the ritual of "female genital mutilation on the african continent" applied to the idea of backstabbing by girlfriends (f, tori amos - under the pink - vinyl (lp) - singers, songwriters - "...tori amos'second full-length solo effort has often been considered a transitional album, a building on the success of little earthquakes that enab.
A reissue campaign of famed singer-songwriter tori amos ’s work begins with her first albums, pressed to 180g vinyl by rhino. under the pink is her second album, first released in 1994, hitting #1 in the uk. contains the hit single ‘cornflake girl’, as well as ‘past the mission’, which features vocals from trent reznor., tori amos under the pink (1994 german 12-track vinyl lp the second studio album by the singer-songwriter including pretty good year god and cornflake girl single pocket picture sleeve with lyrics on the reverse. the sleeve displays just a little light general wear to the edges whilst the vinyl shows only light signs of play. a really nice example).
No idea but i would like to know. i have an original black vinyl pressing (these came out before the pink vinyl), and it is noisy too...