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16 November 2022

Tori Amos Announces ‘Little Earthquakes’ Vinyl Reissue

Tori Amos Little Earthquakes reissue
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Tori Amos’ debut solo album Little Earthquakes will be reissued as a 2LP set early next year. The classic album has been remastered for vinyl by Jon Astley, it’s the first time it’s been pressed across two LPs, available in traditional black vinyl or coke bottle clear coloured vinyl.


In Nicola Rayner’s Dig! feature on the album it is described as Amos’ “commercial and artistic breakthrough, [which] sounds as vital and powerful now as it did three decades ago. First released on 6 January 1992, it peaked at No.14 in the UK charts, with help from the singles Silent All These Years, China, Winter and Crucify, and it has since gone double-platinum in the US. In truth, however, every song on this seismic 12-track record – which regularly features in ‘greatest albums of all-time’ lists – is a little masterpiece.”

The feature goes on to reflect, “Amos often compares her deeply personal debut album with a diary – ‘at a certain point you go, “Well, what is my thing? Who am I? What am I all about?”‘ – and it was an anomaly in the era of guitar-based grunge.”

As previously announced, Amos will play six UK tour dates for 2023. The singer-songwriter will be performing with long-time collaborator bassist Jon Evans and renowned UK drummer Ash Soan, with special guest support to be announced.

The shows follow the 2019 release of Amos’ most recent album, Ocean To Ocean. The record debuted at No 2 on the US Billboard Current Alternative Albums Chart and No 6 on the Billboard Album Sales Chart, marking Amos’ tenth Top 10 appearance.

Tori Amos’ Ocean To Ocean 2023 UK Tour:

Saturday 25 March: Edinburgh Queens Hall
Monday 27 March: Belfast The Ulster Hall
Tuesday 28 March: Dublin 3 Olympia Theatre
Friday 31 March: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Saturday 1 April: Cambridge Corn Exchange
Monday 3 April: London Royal Albert Hall.


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