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Alanis Morissette - Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (1998/2015) [HDTracks]

10-11-2016, 19:47
Pop | Rock | Alternative | HD & Vinyl

Title: Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie
Year Of Release: 2015 (1998)
Label: Maverick Records
Genre: Alt. Rock, Post-grunge, Pop Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks) [24bit/192kHz]
Total Time: 71:50
Total Size: 1,50 GB

Certified triple platinum by the RIAA. Her much-anticipated follow-up to Jagged Little Pill, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, was released in the autumn of 1998, setting a record for the highest first-week sales by a female artist.


01 - Front Row
02 - Baba
03 - Thank U
04 - Are You Still Mad
05 - Sympathetic Character
06 - That I Would Be Good
07 - The Couch
08 - Can't Not
09 - UR
10 - I Was Hoping
11 - One
12 - Would Not Come
13 - Unsent
14 - So Pure
15 - Joining You
16 - Heart Of The House
17 - Your Congratulations

Note: 44kHz sources mastered to 192kHz/24bit.

While it's not a repudiation of her blockbuster, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie is a clear step forward, teeming with ambition and filled with new musical ideas and different sonic textures. Alanis Morissette's voice still sears, but she has more control over her singing, rarely reaching the piercing heights that occasionally made Jagged Little Pill jarring. Also, she has clearly spent some time crafting her lyrics; not only do they never sound like straight diary entries, she no longer is trying to fit too many syllables into a phrase. These two differences are subtle – the brooding, Eastern-styled music that dominates Supposed is not. There are numerous extensions of the vague hip-hop and pop fusions that made "Hand in Pocket" and "All I Really Want" huge hits ("Front Row," "UR," "Thank U," "So Pure"), but much of the album is devoted to moody ballads and mid-tempo pop, where the textured production functions as a backdrop for Morissette's cryptically introspective lyrics. Far from being alienating, this approach works surprisingly well – not only do the pop tunes sound catchier, but the ballads, with their winding melodies and dark colors, sound strong and brave. If anything, the record is more coherent album than its predecessor, and even if it isn't as accessible or as compulsively listenable, it's a richer record. That said, it won't win any new fans – for all of her success, Morissette is a weird acquired taste, due to her idiosyncratic vocals and doggedly convoluted confessionals – but it certainly confirms that she doesn't quite sound like anyone else, either.

Alanis Morissette - Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (1998/2015) [HDTracks]

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Lolypop   User offline   23 March 2016 07:49

Thanks dude 6

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BigDaddy   User offline   10 November 2016 23:10

many thanks :-)

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