i love it. remember the year it first came out, my dad bought it, i listened to it over and over. the intensity in her voice in you oughta know was so inspiring. gave me a sense of freedom and the openness to being angry. and then i met the rest of the album and LOVED it. that was many years ago and i was only young. i recently read her biography Jagged, which inspired me to listen to the cd again, and i have to say. i STILL love it. shes an amazing artist. props to alanis for such a universal, timeless and personal album!
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