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‘Little Earthquakes’, The Masterful Debut Album By Tori Amos Turns 30

The album that helped give a voice to female artists in the 90s shines just as brightly now as it did all those years ago

Little Earthquakes album cover

“And do you know Carolina
Where the biscuits are soft and sweet?
These things go through you…

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Rob Janicke

Rob Janicke

Ran an indie record label, now running a new multimedia site called Generation Riff. More info on Twitter @robjanicke & @generationriff linktr.ee/RobJanicke

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