#Giveaway Tori Amos Mothers Day Prize Pack (Gifts For Mom)

This post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.

Mothers Day will be here before you know it, and like many others out there, I am in search of those perfect gifts to give mom. For both myself and my own mom, we enjoy getting the gift of music. And when it comes to my mom and music, she seems to be fairly simple since she admires and enjoys a variety of music styles from various artists, and she also enjoys a lot of the same music that I like. So when we were given the chance to check out the albums from Tori Amos, I was excited to listen to them and also share them with my mom and my own daughter.

The two albums will be available to buy on Tuesday April 14, 2015, and the titles of these albums are ones Tori Amos fans everywhere might remember, which are, “Little Earthquakes” and “Under the Pink”. Both are albums that have been remastered, both are paired with the rare B sides and bonus tracks as well as live tracks, and both will also be available on vinyl for the first time in the US! The album “Little Earthquakes” was first released in 1992, and with the new remastered release of the album, you get the same songs you can remember from the original version of this album, along with songs that did not make it on the album!

Songs from the 2 disc “Little Earthquakes” album include:
Disc 1: Original Album

1. “Crucify” 
2. “Girl”
3. “Silent All These Years” 
4. “Precious Things” 
5. “Winter”
6. “Happy Phantom”
7. “China”
8. “Leather”
9. “Mother”
10. “Tear In Your Hand”
11. “Me And A Gun”
12. “Little Earthquakes”

Bonus Disc 2

1. “Upside Down” (from Silent All These Years single) 
2. “Thoughts” (from Silent All These Years single) 
3. “Ode to The Banana King (Part One)” (from Silent All These Years single) 
4. “Song for Eric” (from Silent All These Years single) 
5. “The Pool” (from Winter single) 
6. “Take To The Sky” (from Winter single) 
7. “Sweet Dreams” (from Winter single) 
8. “Mary” (from Crucify single) 
9. “Sugar” (from China single) 
10. “Flying Dutchman” (from China single) 
11. “Humpty Dumpty” (from China single) 
12. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (from Winter single) 
13. “Little Earthquakes” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single) 
14. “Crucify” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single) 
15. “Precious Things” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
16. “Mother” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single) 
17. “Happy Phantom” (Live) (from Silent All These Years single) 
18. “Here In My Head” (from Crucify single)

Then with the remastered album Tori Amos, “Under the Pink“, which was originally released in 1994, you get the songs you can remember from the original release of the album along with songs you might have not heard before as well!

Under The Pink (1994) Disc 1: Original Album
1. “Pretty Good Year”
2. “God” 
3. “Bells For Her” 
4. “Past The Mission” 
5. “Baker Baker” 
6. “The Wrong Band” 
7. “The Waitress”
8. “Cornflake Girl”
9. “Icicle” 
10. “Cloud On My Tongue” 
11. “Space Dog” 
12. “Yes, Anastasia”

Bonus Disc 2
1. “Sister Janet” [from Cornflake Girl single] 
2. “Honey” [from Cornflake Girl single] 
3. “Daisy Dead Petals” [from Cornflake Girl single] 
4. “Over It” [from Cornflake Girl single] 
5. “Black Swan” [from Pretty Good Year single] 
6. “Home On the Range” (with Cherokee Addition) [from Pretty Good Year single] 
7. “All The Girls Hate Her” [from Cornflake Girl single] 
8. “God” (The CJ Bollard Remix) [from God 12”] 
9. “Here in My Head” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
10. “Upside Down” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
11. “Past the Mission” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
12. “Icicle” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
13. “Flying Dutchman” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
14. “Winter” [live] [from Past the Mission single] 
15. “The Waitress” [live] [from Past the Mission single]

I have found that bringing these two albums into my home, has not only made for a great way to get that music I enjoyed years ago when I would listen to it with my mom, but also a great selection of music to share with my own daughter! I also like that unlike the albums I can remember, my daughter and I can explore and enjoy songs that are new to me, making the finding of the music a very enjoyable experience for both of us! In all, making the newly remastered albums from Tori Amos, a great collection to both give this Mothers Day and even get for your own enjoyment to share as well! And to help with finding that perfect gift for mom this year, the wonderful people from Rhino Entertainment would like to give one of my amazing readers their own copies of Tori Amos‘s “Little Earthquakes” and “Under the Pink”! 


You can get your copies by going to the links below!

Little Earthquakes Deluxe Edition 2xCD:
Little Earthquakes Deluxe Edition on iTunes:
Under The Pink Deluxe Edition 2xCD:
Under The Pink Deluxe Edition on iTunes:

This post was sponsored by Rhino Entertainment and the PR group. All opinions are my own.
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  1. Anastasia Falling
    April 13, 2015 / 8:13 am

    ALL OF THEM! I LOVE Tori Amos 🙂 If I had to pick ONE album, I'd choose Little Earthquakes, since it was the one that started it all 🙂

  2. bluebird23
    April 13, 2015 / 1:48 pm

    I've heard very good things about Little Earthquakes so I will go with that one! She is a great artist!

  3. Kris
    April 13, 2015 / 5:19 pm

    I would like to listen the beekeeper!

  4. Danielle a.k.a Yellie
    April 13, 2015 / 8:11 pm

    I want them both, but Little Earthquakes was mine and my sister's absolute favorite and I have no idea what happened to my copy!

  5. Danielle a.k.a Yellie
    April 13, 2015 / 8:11 pm

    I want them both, but Little Earthquakes was mine and my sister's absolute favorite and I have no idea what happened to my copy!

  6. jungleviolento
    April 14, 2015 / 6:10 am

    i love them both and want them both!! can't choose one over the other really.

  7. Rebecca Orr
    April 15, 2015 / 11:40 pm

    I would love to have the Abnormally Attracted to Sin album.

  8. abner232
    April 16, 2015 / 6:27 am

    Little Earthquakes

  9. Ann Fantom
    April 16, 2015 / 12:34 pm

    My favorite Tori Amos album is A Piano: The Collection abfantom at yahoo dot com

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