This is one album I won’t try to get a peek of before its release date. I still get immense satisfaction from the anticipation leading up to the drop, and driving to the record store myself to get it. It reminds me of being a kid I think; it stirs up all those feelings of holy a-large-string-of-words-I’m-not-supposed-to-say, this changed my life. When genuine indifference turned to passion.
It’d just be cheap to ruin it with the internet after all these years.
[Jam of the Day]: Tori Amos, She’s Your Cocaine