Tori Amos discography

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Tori Amos discography

Performing at the Glastonbury festival in 2005
Releases
Studio albums 14
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 3
EPs 5
Singles 40
B-sides 69
Video albums 8
Music videos 28
Soundtracks 12
Tribute and cover albums 2
Official bootlegs 33
Other contributions 5
Side projects 8

Tori Amos is an American pianist and singer-songwriter whose musical career began in 1980, at the age of seventeen, when she and her brother co-wrote the song "Baltimore." The song was selected as the winning song in a contest for the Baltimore Orioles and was recorded and pressed locally as a 7" single.[1][2] From 1984–89, Amos fronted the synthpop band Y Kant Tori Read, which released one self-titled album with Atlantic Records in 1988 before breaking up. Shortly thereafter, Amos began writing and recording material that would serve as the debut of her solo career.[3] Still signed with Atlantic, and its UK counterpart East West, Amos' initial solo material was rejected by the label in 1990.[4] Under the guidance of co-producers Eric Rosse, Davitt Sigerson and Ian Stanley, a second version of the album was created and accepted by the label the following year.[5]

Amos' solo career began in October 1991 with the UK release of the Me and a Gun EP. The following month, after the first track on the EP was receiving more airplay than the title track, the label reissued the EP with the same artwork, but changed the title to Silent All These Years.[6] Although the second version of the EP reached only #51 on the UK charts, BBC Radio 1 picked it as "Record of the Week", which helped Amos get her initial exposure.[7] Her debut solo album, Little Earthquakes, was released two months later in January 1992. The album peaked at #14 on the UK Top 40 and at #54 on the Billboard 200.[8][9] Upon its release, the album received mostly positive reviews[10][11][12] and was labeled an important album that kick-started the female singer-songwriter movement of the 1990s.[10] Despite reaching only #54 on the Billboard 200, Little Earthquakes was a mainstay on the chart for 38 weeks and remains Amos' highest-selling album in the United States.[13][14]

Subsequent albums with Atlantic were released at approximately two-year intervals. Amos' sophomore effort, Under the Pink, co-produced with Eric Rosse, debuted in February 1994 at #12 on the Billboard 200 and #2 on the UK Top 40.[9][15] Boys for Pele, Amos' third solo album and the first album that was self-produced, debuted in January 1996 at #2 on both the US and UK charts, making it her highest simultaneous trans-Atlantic debut.[9][16] From the Choirgirl Hotel, Amos' first album written and recorded with band mates Matt Chamberlain on drums, Jon Evans on bass and Steve Caton on guitar, and her first album recorded at her in-home Recording studio, Martian Engineering, debuted in May 1998 at #5 on the Billboard 200 and at #6 on the UK Top 40.[9][17] The following year, To Venus and Back, a double album of studio and live material recorded with Chamberlin, Evans and Caton, debuted in September 1999 at #12 in the US and at #22 in the UK.[9][18] In September 2001, Strange Little Girls, a covers album recorded with Chamberlin on drums, Evans and Justin Meldal-Johnsen on bass and Adrian Belew on guitar, debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 and at #16 on the UK Top 40.[9][19]

After working with Atlantic for the first 15 years of her career, Amos decided to seek another label upon fulfilling her contract with them due to professional conflicts.[20] Over the next five years, Amos released three albums through the Epic Records label: Scarlet's Walk in October 2002, The Beekeeper in February 2005 and American Doll Posse in May 2007. All three albums released through Epic were recorded with Chamberlin on drums, Evans on bass and Mac Aladdin on guitar, and debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200,[21][22][23] placing Amos in an elite group of women who have secured five or more Top 10 album debuts.[24] Amos negotiated an end to her contract with Epic following the release of American Doll Posse, announcing in 2008 that she will be operating independently of record labels.[25] In early 2009, Amos signed a distribution, or joint-venture, deal with Universal Republic Records, a division of Universal Music Group, which granted her greater creative control over her work than traditional recording contracts.[26] Amos released two albums her first year under the contract: Abnormally Attracted to Sin in May 2009 and the seasonal album Midwinter Graces, featuring reworked Christmas carols and some original songs, in November 2009. Abnormally Attracted to Sin is Amos's seventh album to debut on the US Top 10 on the Billboard 200.[27] Amos followed up with her first classical music album, Night of Hunters, recorded with Andreas Ottensamer of the Berlin Philharmonic and the award-winning string quartet, Apollon Musagète. Night of Hunters was released in September 2011, through the Deutsche Grammophon label, the classical music division of Universal Music Group. With Night of Hunters, Amos made Billboard history by being the first female artist to have an album place in the Top 10 of the Classical, Alternative, and Rock charts simultaneously.[28]

To date in her solo career, Amos has recorded and released a total of 12 solo studio albums, multiple live releases, three compilation albums, one of which is a five-disc box set released through Rhino Entertainment, and numerous singles and EPs. Amos has contributed to numerous film soundtracks as well.

Full-length releases[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
USA
[27]
AUS
[29]
AT
[30]
BE (Vl)
[31]
CAN
[32]
FRA
[33][34]
GER
[35]
NL
[36]
SWI
[37]
UK
[38]
Little Earthquakes 54 14 49 43 65 85 14
Under the Pink
  • Released: 31 January 1994
  • Label: Atlantic, East West
12 5 6 11 20 15 10 11 1
Boys for Pele
  • Released: 23 January 1996
  • Label: Atlantic, East West
2 6 9 8 6 33 9 6 14 2
From the Choirgirl Hotel
  • Released: 4 May 1998
  • Label: Atlantic, East West
5 8 11 13 10 30 13 24 31 6
To Venus and Back
  • Released: 21 September 1999
  • Label: Atlantic
12 6 17 13 18 31 11 24 27 22
Strange Little Girls
  • Released: 17 September 2001
  • Label: Atlantic
4 7 18 6 8 26 11 27 34 16
Scarlet's Walk 7 20 26 15 13 32 9 17 21 26
The Beekeeper
  • Released: 20 February 2005
  • Label: Epic, Sony BMG
5 20 8 11 16 44 8 13 13 24
American Doll Posse
  • Released: 1 May 2007
  • Label: Epic, Sony BMG
5 20 14 22 15 48 10 5 15 50
Abnormally Attracted to Sin 9 28 12 23 24 61 16 22 14 20
Midwinter Graces
  • Released: 10 November 2009
  • Label: Universal Republic
66 133 99 97
Night of Hunters 24 42 22 25 38 70 12 34 33 27
Gold Dust 63 60 46 27 156 48 24 95 36
Unrepentant Geraldines
  • Released: 9 May 2014
  • Label: Mercury Classics
7 61 17 23 26 61 15 10 20 13
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Live albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[27]
UK
[43]
CAN
[44]
AUS
[45]
To Venus and Back
  • Released: 20 September 1999
  • Label: Atlantic
12 22 18 6
Live at Montreux 1991/1992
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Official bootlegs[edit]

Title Album details
The Original Bootlegs
  • Released: August 30, 2005 – December 6, 2005
  • Label: Epic, Sony BMG
Legs and Boots
  • Released: October 13, 2007 – December 12, 2007
  • Label: Epic, Sony BMG
From Russia With Love

Compilations[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions
US
[27]
UK
[43]
CAN
[44]
AUS
[46]
[47]
More Pink: The B-Sides 44
Tales of a Librarian
  • Released: 17 November 2003
  • Label: Atlantic
40 74 86 93
A Piano: The Collection
  • Released: 26 September 2006
  • Label: Rhino
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Extended plays[edit]

Although all of Amos' singles released by Atlantic were in an EP-style format, only two of her releases are labeled as such. To date, Scarlet's Hidden Treasures is Amos' only EP completely comprising non-LP tracks.

Title Album details Peak chart positions
US
[48]
Crucify
Hey Jupiter
  • Released: 20 August 1996
  • Label: Atlantic, East West
94
Scarlet's Hidden Treasures
Exclusive Session
Flavor (Peter Rauhofer Mixes)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[49]
US Mod. Rock
[50]
US Adult
[51]
US AAA US Dance Play
[52]
UK
[53]
CAN
[54]
[55]
AUS
[56]
[57]
[58]
[59]
FRA
[60]
IRE
[61]
"Me and a Gun" 1991 Little Earthquakes
"Silent All These Years" 27 51
"China" 1992 51
"Winter" 25 49
"Crucify" 22 15 74 83 17 25
"Silent All These Years" (UK official release) 26
"Cornflake Girl" 1994 [A] 12 4 30 19 9 Under the Pink
"God" 72 1 44 87 65
"Pretty Good Year" 7 85 26
"Past the Mission" 31 25
"Caught a Lite Sneeze" 1996 60 13 20 20 51 21 Boys for Pele
"Talula" [B] 22
"Hey Jupiter" / "Professional Widow" 20 17[C]
"Professional Widow" [D] 1 1 38 35 2
"In the Springtime of His Voodoo" [E] 6
"Silent All These Years" (re-issue) 1997 65 26 Little Earthquakes
"Spark" 1998 49 13 32 18 16 25 50 From the Choirgirl Hotel
"Raspberry Swirl" 20 57
"Jackie's Strength" 54
"Cruel" / "Raspberry Swirl" 38[F]
"Jackie's Strength" (remixes) 1999 1 12
"Bliss" 91 7 To Venus and Back
"1000 Oceans" 22[G]
"Glory of the 80's" 46 81
"Concertina" 2000 48[H] 19
"Strange Little Girl" 2001 Strange Little Girls
"A Sorta Fairytale" 2002 [I] 11 1 41 6 Scarlet's Walk
"Taxi Ride" 2003 35 17
"Strange"
"Don't Make Me Come to Vegas" (12" only) 6
"Mary" Tales of a Librarian
"Angels"
"Sleeps with Butterflies" 2005 2 The Beekeeper
"Sweet the Sting" 30
"Cars and Guitars"
"Big Wheel" 2007 [J] 6 American Doll Posse
"Bouncing off Clouds"
"Almost Rosey"
"Welcome to England" 2009 10 Abnormally Attracted to Sin
"Maybe California"
"A Silent Night with You" Midwinter Graces
"Carry" 2011 Night of Hunters
"Flavor" 2012 1 Gold Dust
"Trouble's Lament" 2014 Unrepentant Geraldines
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
Notes
  1. ^ "Cornflake Girl" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number seven on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  2. ^ "Talula" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 19 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  3. ^ The "Hey Jupiter/Professional Widow" and "Professional Widow (It's Got to Be Big)" singles were counted as the same release on the ARIA (Australia) chart.
  4. ^ "Professional Widow" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number eight on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  5. ^ "In the Springtime of His Voodoo" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 20 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  6. ^ "Cruel" / "Raspberry Swirl" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100; position shown is a peak on Hot 100 Singles Sales.
  7. ^ "1000 Oceans" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100; position shown is peak on Hot 100 Singles Sales.
  8. ^ "Concertina" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100; position shown is peak on Hot 100 Singles Sales.
  9. ^ "A Sorta Fairytale" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 14 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.
  10. ^ "Big Wheel" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.

B-sides[edit]

Early in her career Amos released an extensive catalogue of CD singles in conjunction with her albums. This catalogue of music collectibles is so vast that a book was published in 1997 entitled "Tori Amos Collectibles" which served as a thorough photographic journal detailing the variety of world-wide releases, test pressings and bootlegs to that date. One of Amos' best selling early releases is the five-track Crucify EP. Amos' penchant for including non-album B-sides on each of her singles played a major factor in her initial popularity, particularly her cover of the Nirvana song "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from the aforementioned EP, which garnered significant press attention and critical lauds.[62][63] Many of Amos' B-sides are featured on the box set A Piano: The Collection (2006). With the production of CD singles becoming less common in the music business around the turn of the century, Amos has released far fewer B-sides since her contract with Epic Records began. As a result, B-sides for Scarlet's Walk were released through the internet and on an EP titled Scarlet's Hidden Treasures (2004), the sole B-side for The Beekeeper was released as on the DVD included in the album's limited edition version, and B-sides for American Doll Posse were distributed depending on packaging and place of purchase.

Below is an alphabetical list of all of Amos' known B-sides, including information on initial and subsequent releases.

Videos[edit]

Year Video Certifications
(sales thresholds)
1992 Little Earthquakes US: Gold[39]
1998 Live from New York
  • Released: 17 March 1998
  • Label: Warner Music Vision
  • Format: VHS
Complete Videos 1991–1998
  • Released: 17 November 1998
  • Label: Warner Music Vision
  • Format: VHS
US: Gold[39]
2003 A Sorta Fairytale
  • Released: 8 April 2003
  • Label: Sony Music Enterprises
  • Format: DVD (jewel or DVD case)
2004 Welcome to Sunny Florida
  • Released: 18 May 2004
  • Label: Sony Music Enterprises
  • Format: DVD/CD (jewel or DVD case)
US: Gold[39]
2006 Fade to Red
2008 Live at Montreux 1991/1992
  • Released: 22 September 2008
  • Label: Eagle Vision
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
2010 Live from the Artists Den
  • Released: 13 July 2010
  • Label: TBA
  • Format: DVD

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Album Director(s)[78]
1991 "Silent All These Years" Little Earthquakes Cindy Palmano
1992 "China"
"Winter"
"Crucify"
1994 "Cornflake Girl" (UK version) Under the Pink Big TV!
"God" Melodie McDaniel
"Pretty Good Year" Cindy Palmano & Sam Riley
"Cornflake Girl" (US version) Tori Amos & Nancy Bennett
"Past the Mission" Jake Scott
1996 "Caught a Lite Sneeze" Boys for Pele Mike Lipscombe
"Talula" Mark Kohr
"Hey Jupiter" Earle Sebastian
"Professional Widow" Unknown
1998 "Spark" From the Choirgirl Hotel James Brown
"Jackie's Strength"
"Raspberry Swirl" Barnaby & Scott
1999 "Jackie's Strength" James Brown
"Bliss" To Venus and Back Loren Haynes
"1000 Oceans" Erick Ifergan
"Glory of the 80's"∞
2001 "Strange Little Girl"∞ Strange Little Girls David Slade
2002 "A Sorta Fairytale" Scarlet's Walk Sanji
2003 "Mary"∞ Tales of a Librarian Unknown
2005 "Sleeps with Butterflies" The Beekeeper Laurent Briet
"Sweet the Sting" Alex Smith
2007 "Big Wheel" American Doll Posse Tori Amos &
Blaise Reutersward
"Bouncing off Clouds"∞
2009 "Welcome to England"∞ Abnormally Attracted to Sin Christian Lamb
2011 "Carry"∞ Night of Hunters Bruno Centofani & Victor de Mello
"Nautical Twilight"∞
"Star Whisperer"∞
2012 "Flavor" Gold Dust Danielle Levitt
2014 "Trouble's Lament" Unrepentant Geraldines Beau Fowler
∞ denotes videos released as promotional only, not commercially released.

Musical contributions[edit]

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Contributed track(s) Film
1992 "The Happy Worker", "Workers"[79] Toys
1995 "Losing My Religion", "Butterfly"[80] Higher Learning
"It Might Hurt a Bit"° Don Juan DeMarco
1996 "Talula (The Tornado mix)"[81] Twister
"Professional Widow"[82] Escape from L.A.
1998 "Finn", "Siren",[83] "Paradiso Perduto"[84] Great Expectations
"Me & You" Hand of Fate
2000 "Carnival"[85] Mission: Impossible II
"1000 Oceans"[86] Here on Earth
2003 "You Belong to Me", "Murder, He Says"[87] Mona Lisa Smile
2006 "Northern Lad"[88] Snow Cake
2008 "Yo George"[89] Body of War
° Duet with Michael Stipe of R.E.M., track unreleased[90]
‡ Film and soundtrack unreleased[91]

Tributes[edit]

Year Contributed track(s) Album
1995 "Famous Blue Raincoat" Tower of Song: The Songs of Leonard Cohen
1995 "Down by the Seaside"° Encomium: A Tribute to Led Zeppelin
° Duet with Robert Plant

Other contributions[edit]

Year Song Album
1992 "Ring My Bell" Ruby Trax Compilation
1994 "Silent All These Years" Rare on Air, Volume 1 - Compilation of Live Performances on KCRW
1996 "I'm on Fire" VH1 Crossroads
1997 "Landslide" Y-100 Sonic Sessions Volume 1
1998 "Spark" MTV Fantastic Females Volume 1

Side projects[edit]

Year Album Artist Contribution
1987 Without You I'm Nothing Sandra Bernhard Backing vocals on "Little Red Corvette"
1988 Last Days of the Century Al Stewart Backing vocals on "Red Toupee" and "Last Day Of The Century"
1989 Mosquitos Stan Ridgway Backing vocals
1990 Phantom Center Ferron
1994 The Lead and How to Swing It Tom Jones Backing vocals on "I Wanna Get Back With You"
1996 Ima BT Vocals on "Blue Skies"‡
2010 Here Lies Love David Byrne & Fatboy Slim Vocals on "You'll Be Taken Care Of" and "Why Don't You Love Me?"°
2013 They Die By Dawn The Bullitts Vocals and piano on "Wait Until Tomorrow"
‡ Single peaked at #1 on Billboard Dance/Club Play chart.[92]

° Duet with Cyndi Lauper

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