- Summary: The third solo release from the former 'Til Tuesday leader finally made it to record stores in May 2000, after a long journey that saw Interscope refuse to release the album and Mann issue it on her own SuperEgo label (after selling it through mail order and at her live performances). All'sThe third solo release from the former 'Til Tuesday leader finally made it to record stores in May 2000, after a long journey that saw Interscope refuse to release the album and Mann issue it on her own SuperEgo label (after selling it through mail order and at her live performances). All's well that ends well, though, as Mann gained widespread acclaim for her soundtrack to P.T. Anderson's film "Magnolia" and even better reviews for this album, which contains four of the tracks from the soundtrack as well as nine additional songs.… Expand
- Record Label: Superego
- Genre(s): Rock, Pop, Alternative
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MichelleS.Dec 30, 2004A classic. Even though some of the songs on this album overlap the "Magnolia" soundtrack, I recommend buying both to fully appreciate the A classic. Even though some of the songs on this album overlap the "Magnolia" soundtrack, I recommend buying both to fully appreciate the works of both Mann and Jon Brion.… Expand
RoyL.Jul 19, 2004One of my fave albums in a looong time. Never tire of it... love to sing along... just like Elvis Costello... mostly the pre-1986 work, that is....!
shaneequajJun 27, 2007It's just a brilliant pop album. Hands down.
AdamKJan 3, 2005Nobody does it better than Mrs. Mann. Her pop craftsmanship is startingly beautiful and honest.
rgJun 12, 2005A gem. Truly a classic. Highly recommended.
SamDNov 26, 2005more pop than i would have liked, but most of the songs are incredible and aimee puts forth above average lyrics yet again
levvyJul 8, 2005A fantastic album. Fave track: Backfire/You Do
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