The second studio album by the singer/songwriter, originally released in January 1994. On the album, the singer-songwriter continued to offer piano-driven rock songs dealing with religion, gender, and sexuality. However, the album is generally regarded as being more abstract and less directly confessional than its predecessor, 'Little Earthquakes' (1992). In addition to featuring more cryptic lyrics and experimental song structures, Amos invited in reggae influences on the single 'Cornflake Girl', prepared piano on 'Bells for Her', and Debussy-inspired piano lines on the sweeping nine-and-a-half minute epic 'Yes, Anastasia'.
Disc 1 1. Pretty Good Year - Tori Amos (3.25) 2. God - Tori Amos (3.58) 3. Bells for Her - Tori Amos (5.20) 4. Past the Mission - Tori Amos (4.05) 5. Baker Baker - Tori Amos (3.20) 6. The Wrong Band - Tori Amos (3.03) 7. The Waitress - Tori Amos (3.09) Disc 2 1. Cornflake Girl - Tori Amos (5.06) 2. Icicle - Tori Amos (5.47) 3. Cloud On My Tongue - Tori Amos (4.44) 4. Space Dog - Tori Amos (5.10) 5. Yes, Anastasia - Tori Amos (9.33)