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Happy New Year everyone! The first update this year is a rather exciting one, as there is news about the new album. The following is taken from the website where it was posted, the source is below. Thanks go to Erwin for sending this to me.
ALANIS MORISSETTE is to release the follow-up to 2002's 'UNDER RUG SWEPT' on April 12.
'So-Called Chaos' was recorded in one of Jackson Browne's studios in Santa Monica and produced by John Shanks (Sheryl Crow, Pink ). The album is set to include the tracks, 'Eight Easy Steps', 'The Grudge', 'Knees Of My Bees' and the first single 'Everything'.
Aside from writing and recording new material, Morissette recently starred in an off-Broadway production of 'The Exonerated' and is set to feature in an upcoming biopic of Cole Porter, starring Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd.
'Everything' will be released on April 5.
More poems to go online soon.
Hi everyone and a Merry Christmas to all of you. In what will probably be the last update for this year you can check out two new entries to the Fan Section, thanks Anabella and Range for your submissions. No news about the album yet, to my knowledge everything is still unconfirmed, I guess we'll have to wait and see. If the album is scheduled for February, we should see the first single sometime in January though.
I hope all of you have good holidays and thanks for visiting, see you next year!
Today I updated the Poem Corner and the Fan Section, thanks to everyone who submitted material. It looks like the release date for the new album is really February 2004, so expect a single sometime before that. Rumours have it that the new album will be called "So Called Chaos". That's completely unconfirmed though.
Just an addition to the Fan Section today, thanks Élodie :)
According to the new entry in Alanis' official diary, the new album might come out in February 2004.
Alanis has also responded to the newsreports that she apparently said "Thank you Brazil" after a concert in Peru. Here's a snippet of her reply which can be read in full in the diary section of her official website here.
In other news, I have been pointed to a few new pictures, thanks to Erwin Arano for letting me know about those. You can check them out in the Concert Section of my picture gallery, the new ones are in galleries 16 and 17.
Some people lucky enough to be able to go to Alanis' recent concerts have seen her new look and for everyone else here's a new pic showing her new hairstyle:
My comment: "hmmmmm". I prefer the long hair. As always, click the picture to get a bigger version.
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According to what was said during Alanis' performance and interview on the "Today" show on NBC on the 5th of this month, the first single of her new album will be called "Eight Easy Steps". Lyrics to this and other new songs will go online as soon as I get the update of the lyrics section done. No date as yet for the album or single release.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this update, there has been an addition to the poem corner as well as a submission of an Alanis caricature by Tuncay Erol, check it out below (click to enlarge).
It seems that the interview that was published in Razor Magazine (see below) never took place and that 95% of the stuff written is ficticious. This statement comes from Alanis herself as published on her official site. Still the photos are nice :)
Today I have added a link to the link section on the left, the new site is called "The Alanis Couch" and it's a forum where you can discuss just about every topic related to Alanis. These guys are new on the block so why don't you head over there and check them out. Just click on the link above or in the section on the left.
Well well well, Alanis is touring and so far there are 4 new songs she has written and performed. They are called: 8 Easy Steps, So Called Chaos, Excuses, Knees of my Bees (I don't know if the last title is correct...it sounds rather odd to me!). They have all been performed at the concert in Cologne, Germany on the 8th July. The entire concert is available for download here, thanks to everyone involved in bringing these songs to the community!
I can now present you guys with all the pictures from Razor magazine, check them out in the Magazine Galleries 7 and 8.
I have been contacted by the Editor-in-Chief of Razor Magazine, letting me know they have Alanis on the cover of their latest issue. Check out the scan below and click on it for a larger version:
For those people who have sent in poems, don't worry I have not thrown them out...they will go online soon. There's also more concert dates to come and some articles too, so check back here in a little while :)
In today's update I added all the new tourdates, check them out at the left hand side. Also, Alanis has recently won a Canadian Juno award for best producer. For those who are interested in these sort of things, it was noted that she also cut her hair back to her JLP length. Check out some of the pictures below. If anyone from Germany reads this and is willing to do me a favour, I would really like to get my hands on some concert footage that may or may not be shown on German TV...in the past some of her concerts were shown in what's called die Dritten Programme (WDR, Bayern 3, HR 3 etc). My contact info is on the bottom of this page :)
Today, thanks to the generosity of Warner Music Vision UK, I received my copy of the Feast On Scraps DVD in the mail. I have watched it and written a review, which you can check out here.
Well it's a new year and there's a new article in the article section. Yesterday Alanis' "Feast On Scraps" DVD was released in Australia. I will add a few new pictures over the next few days for you all to enjoy.
The Feast On Scraps DVD was also released in the UK yesterday and it comes with a bonus CD. You can order this package by clicking on the image below. UK visitors can order by clicking here.
The DVD Set Listing:
CD Track Listing:
Fear of Bliss
Last year's stuff has been moved here
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