I am relistening to Tori Amos. Boys For Pele is probably my favourite records from her, sure it is pompous and it drags a bit, but it is soo visceral, vulnerable and flawed, to me it's Tori Amos at her most open, and this live is hauntingly beautiful, her voice did suffer from it, but she really brought it in the 90s. Under The Pink is excellent, but it does slightly pale in comparison to its predecessor, Space Dog and Yes, Anastasia are excellent though. To Venus and Back... I don't know, I like it, some of the songs are solid and beautiful and her flirtation with electronic music did pay off (I mean Juarez, Riot Poof and Datura...), but the song are a bit bland, even Bliss, they are nice (Spring Haze is transcendent though), but not amazing, but the live disc is so amazing! I love how they arranged Precious Things and The Waitress especially.