Giveaway: 2-CD Deluxe Editions of Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink from Tori Amos

Tori Amos Reissue


Enter to win 2-CD Deluxe Editions of Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink from Tori Amos!

Featuring remastered audio, special B-sides, live tracks, and other rarities!

Available April 14

Little Earthquakes (Deluxe Edition)

Under The Pink (Deluxe Edition)

Lucky winner will receive 2-CD Deluxe Editions of both Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink!

Little Earthquakes (1992)
– Disc 1: Original Album
Silent All These Years
Precious Things
Happy Phantom
Tear In Your Hand
Me And A Gun
Little Earthquakes

– Bonus Disc 2
Upside Down (from Silent All These Years single)
Thoughts (from Silent All These Years single)
Ode To The Banana King (Part One) (from Silent All These Years single)
Song For Eric (from Silent All These Years single)
The Pool (from Winter single)
Take To The Sky (from Winter single)
Sweet Dreams (from Winter single)
Mary (from Crucify single)
Sugar (from China single)
Flying Dutchman (from China single)
Humpty Dumpty (from China single)
Smells Like Teen Spirit (from Winter single)
Little Earthquakes (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
Crucify (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
Precious Things (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
Mother (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
Happy Phantom (Live) (from Silent All These Years single)
Here In My Head (from Crucify single)

Under The Pink (1994)
– Disc 1: Original Album
Pretty Good Year
Bells For Her
Past The Mission
Baker Baker
The Wrong Band
The Waitress
Cornflake Girl
Cloud On My Tongue
Space Dog
Yes, Anastasia

– Bonus Disc 2
Sister Janet [from Cornflake Girl single]
Honey [from Cornflake Girl single]
Daisy Dead Petals [from Cornflake Girl single]
Over It [from Cornflake Girl single]
Black Swan [from Pretty Good Year single]
Home On the Range (with Cherokee Addition) [from Pretty Good Year single]
All The Girls Hate Her [from Cornflake Girl single]
God (The CJ Bollard Remix) [from God 12”]
Here In My Head [live] [from Past the Mission single]
Upside Down [live] [from Past the Mission single]
Past The Mission [live] [from Past the Mission single]
Icicle [live] [from Past the Mission single]
Flying Dutchman [live] [from Past the Mission single]
Winter [live] [from Past the Mission single]
The Waitress [live] [from Past the Mission single]


  1. You must be 18 or older, live in the continental United States and have not won anything in the past 30 days from this blog.
  2. Leave a comment on this blog post. Tell me how you were introduced to Tori Amos. 
  3. Winner will receive 1 copy of each double-reissue (1 winner.) I will select a winner on Tuesday, April 14 and notify that person by email.


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  • My wonderful friend Anna introduced me to Tori when I was in my late teens/early twenties and I have been in love with her music ever sense. She has traveled the world with me as I have grew and she has always been by my side.

  • I listened to Tori when I was a bit younger but I didn’t become entranced by her until I was 19. I had just come out and I was having a hard time with the girl I was with. I would put on Little Earthquakes and paint. It lifted my spirits, danced with me through the layers of emotional pains I was feeling and helped me through the rough time.
    To this day, there is nothing that makes me happier then an open window with a spring breeze and listening to Tori sing.

  • I was introduced to Tori during my struggle while coming out in 1995. I heard Little Earthquakes on WYEP. Went out the next day and got the cd in Oakland. Tori helped me through a lot, and everytime I hear her on the radio I get the same chills I got the first day I heard her.

  • I was introduced to Tori when I was 17 & living in Hagerstown Maryland for the summer. The friend I was living with introduced me to her. At first I was like WHAT IS THIS??!! Being that I was more so a Pop, Rock, & R&B kind guy. She eventually grew on me the more I listened to her & now I couldn’t live without her voice in my life! These albums are two of the greatest albums she has ever put out!! “Never was a cornflake girl” =)

  • I was introduced to Tori through research. I’ve been a fan of other female singer songwriters (Regina Spektor and Fiona Apple) who mentioned her as wonderful. So, I decided to look her up and it’s been love ever since! Her piano playing skills are beautiful and her lyrics intelligent and fascinating.

  • A friend who moved here from Texas to work where I did in 2006 introduced me to Tori’s music. Sad to say, I don’t have any of her CDs of my own.

  • the year was 1995. i was 10 years old and visiting my cousin who is four years older than me. she told me she had these two cds she must play for me and took me to the attic where we would often go and listen to albums really loud on her CD player. I remember being instantly drawn to that raw voice. it was like nothing i had ever heard before and yet felt so familiar at the same time. by the time we got to the end of “me and a gun”, we were both bawling our eyes out. not just because of the subject matter but also because we knew right then and there that we had discovered something so amazing.

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