Alanis Morissette Havoc and Bright Lights
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TheNotrap
September 3rd 2012


8065 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

1.5?
"Worse than rain on your wedding day"?

I doubt this is that bad. Need to check.

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Steoandnoodles
September 3rd 2012


2832 Comments


It's really cheesy TheNotrap. At least I found it to be. The production is so, so, so clean. It's like this:

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l5qd6kO7lD1qbaxlqo1_400.gif

I'd like it more if the production was roughed up a bit.

TheNotrap
September 3rd 2012


8065 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Haha well I've got nothing against a clean production if it suits the musical direction.
Will check this asap.

Steoandnoodles
September 3rd 2012


2832 Comments


Let us know what you think. =)

itstonyg
September 3rd 2012


2 Comments


So now artists are no longer allowed to have new experiences which help create tracks which talk about and follow their lives very openly. That's the magic of Alanis Morissette's creativity. She shares real life changes (good & bad) just as YouTube vloggers chronicle their lives. To those less astute at rating music; she is a story-teller. She chronicles her lifes ups and downs - celebrations - the joy of having children, being married, her celebrity (which I believe she's said she is not comfortable with).

One word titles create the tone of a song. The production of each track is excellent. She has provided us with her journey in life and I believe in a clear concise verse which both men and women can relate to. My take is that "Havoc & Bright Lights" is a must for Alanis fans. So sorry Mr. Viney, but I think you missed the point and your reference to Pearl Jam and choices of titles means what exactly. These are two different genre's - besides, Alanis Morissette's fans are interested in the song lyrics then music - both of which I think rank very high compared to the Top Ten artists. With Alanis, you actually hear a voice with great range. In any event, her music is a record of her life (parts of which she shares with us). It always hits a chord with me whether angry, mellow or spiritually refined. She has grown as a person and an artist.

I say thank you Alanis - you rock. No, Mr. Viney - she didn't mean a real dancing monkey - heard of metaphors? Please, please - find a new word for acerbic. Try listening to the music. To Ms. Morissette - "Keep on, Be strong."

JViney
Staff Reviewer
September 4th 2012


322 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

Fuck off you weirdo. I didn't like this album and no matter how many tampax you've eaten to achieve this state of moronic bliss, I won't be doing the same. The album is really shit and she needs to stop making music and go to a sewing circle or put a picture of her child as her Facebook photo or whatever it is women of a certain age get up to nowadays.

Of course I know what a fucking metaphor is. Do you know what a mental health worker is? If not, go and get one before any more of my mornings are ruined by your insipid nonsense.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 4th 2012


31146 Comments


or whatever it is women of a certain age get up to nowadays.


I believe they gather around and talk about yarn

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Steoandnoodles
September 4th 2012


2832 Comments


Obsessions like this in general aren't healthy. You can't take a biased opinion seriously. =/

jpratm
September 4th 2012


4 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

So worldly.

JViney
Staff Reviewer
September 4th 2012


322 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

then hey dance all the electronica you can

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
September 4th 2012


23814 Comments


"Fuck off you weirdo. I didn't like this album and no matter how many tampax you've eaten to achieve this state of moronic bliss, I won't be doing the same."

just wanted to let you know you're now officially my favourite reviewer

bach
September 4th 2012


12533 Comments


Loved the conclusion.

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GiantSpeck
September 5th 2012


205 Comments


I believe they gather around and talk about yarn


Actually, the hip new thing is to discuss digestive irregularity and eat yogurt.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
September 5th 2012


31146 Comments


I'll keep my eyes open for you at the next meeting

Gyromania
September 5th 2012


15679 Comments


Sentences don't really tend to start with "But" either, but (see?) I'm sure listening to this album as many times as you have has damaged your brain.

well, idk about that. i mean conjunctions can oftentimes seem like the best way to start sentences.

GiantSpeck
September 7th 2012


205 Comments


I'll keep my eyes open for you at the next meeting


I'll let you know when I finally grow that vagina.

TheNotrap
October 10th 2012


8065 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0 | Sound Off

Numb and Edge of Evolution are enjoyable songs, but this is basically a collection of standard radio-friendly pop-rock songs.

gabossette
June 1st 2013


1 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

I love this album, is very spiritual like Supposed former infatuation junkie, and has great lyrics



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