- Summary: To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her debut, 'Jagged Little Pill,' the Canadian singer-songwriter has re-recorded all of that album's songs using acoustic instruments. (It's certainly easier than writing new songs!)
- Record Label: Maverick
- Genre(s): Rock, Adult Alternative, Singer-Songwriter
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Entertainment WeeklyThough pretty, the stripped-down treatment... is mostly free of innovation, softening rather than sharpening the originals' enjoyably jagged edges. [17 June 2005, p.79]
Q MagazineA nice enough idea, but being much quieter and more pastoral, it is also somewhat anti-climactic. [Aug 2005, p.128]
MojoA second rate version of the original. [Sep 2005, p.102]
UncutIt was the anger and angst of a jilted 20-year-old that gave the original songs their edge--something entirely absent from these blandly matured acoustic versions. [Aug 2005, p.90]
New Musical Express (NME)In the end, this can't even make you feel angry; just desperately sad. [16 Jul 2005, p.50]
KatiePJul 26, 2005I love this CD. Unlike everyone else, Jagged Little Pill isn't my favourite CD. However, I found myself LOVING the acoustic versions. I love this CD. Unlike everyone else, Jagged Little Pill isn't my favourite CD. However, I found myself LOVING the acoustic versions. Some are bad (Right Through You where she sounds like she's yodelling), but others are utterly brilliant (such as the new version of Your House with music added). She sounds great, definitely worth the $20.… Expand
LSAug 3, 2005This is a great acoustic version of one of the best albums of the 1990's.
InoNov 16, 2005Raise up) take stand, Alanis One more pill?...ok) why not thru chemisytry to better life
AleksC.Sep 4, 2005While it is nice to hear "Jagged Little Pill" acousticly, I kinda figured out that Alanis was over it about half a decade ago.
mattaJul 26, 2005Proof that Alanis Morissette never had any real talent to begin with.
FabAug 3, 2005Why did anyone ever care?
rauljuliaSep 27, 2005It was derivitive & pathetic the first time around and even worse now.
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