Darla, it’s typical Tori Amos with the same type of piano sound and the same cadence in her voice. It’s a bit less spastic than some of her other releases. Some have said the production is a bit stripped down and sparse, I would agree (a good thing). It’s certainly a bit more upbeat and aggressive than her last release “The Bee Keeper”. In the grand scheme of Tori, you can’t mistake it for being her but at the same time it’s a bit gentler than earlier angst driven stuff.
If you are a casual fan or hardcore fan I recommend it. A solid 3.5 out of 5 IMO.