Flavors of Entanglement (Deluxe Edition) - Alanis Morissette

Flavors of Entanglement (Deluxe Edition)

Alanis Morissette

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2008-05-20
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16
  • ℗ 2008 Maverick Recording Company, manufactured and distributed by Warner Records Inc., A Warner Music Group

Flavors of Entanglement (Deluxe Edition) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Citizen of the Planet Alanis Morissette 4:22
Underneath Alanis Morissette 4:07
Straitjacket Alanis Morissette 3:08
Versions of Violence Alanis Morissette 3:36
Not As We Alanis Morissette 4:45
In Praise of the Vulnerable Ma Alanis Morissette 4:09
Moratorium Alanis Morissette 5:34
Torch Alanis Morissette 4:49
Giggling Again for No Reason Alanis Morissette 3:48
Tapes Alanis Morissette 4:26
Incomplete Alanis Morissette 3:30
Orchid (Bonus Track) Alanis Morissette 4:21
The Guy Who Leaves (Bonus Trac Alanis Morissette 4:11
Madness (Bonus Track) Alanis Morissette 6:21
Limbo No More (Bonus Track) Alanis Morissette 5:21
On the Tequila (Bonus Track) Alanis Morissette 3:42


  • Thanks mike you wtqyuassttegiuuggrfyugrhgfyupoioippppiytiyygihgutd jugular

    By hrwgu
  • nice

    By Joosepha
  • If I were on a desert island ...

    By SgtStorm
    This is one of the best albums ever. Yes. Ever.
  • Arguably her best

    By choat2000
    I really like Alanis...this isn't as solid a collection of songs as Jagged or URS but it's a more interesting one. Not as We, Moratorium and Tapes are masterpieces. Buy them, and give the rest (except for Straightjacket) a go.
  • Not Bad, But Not Good

    By Aurielless
    I was not too content when I sampled some of the songs on this album by Alanis. There was just too much electronic music that drowned her beautiful mezzo-sopranic voice, thereby making it all the more difficult to appreciate the songs. I think it would have fared a lot better with critics like me who enjoyed SFIJ and JLP if Alanis had done more "free" songs on this album with just her voice and a few instruments like a flute or piano or violin to accompany her. That said, it's still a wonderous album overall, it's just missing that 'edge' that captures Alanis' unique talent. 8/10
  • The guy who leaves...

    By devo96
    Buy this version instead of the "regular" one. On the tequila, Madness and The guy who leaves, make an already great record- absolutley brillant! Her best since Suppossed Former Infatuation Junkie.
  • This cd is really epic in a good way

    I really like this cd it isn't for the close minded
  • Mystical Journey into the Mind of one of the most talented Musical Artist of our generation

    By Qualepas
    I have not purchased an Alanis Morissette CD since So Called Chaos. I was browsing thru iTunes 2 weeks ago, and saw her new CD Havoc and Bright Lights advertised, being a casual Alanis Fan, I sampled it. I loved it so much I purchased it within 30 minutes the packaging in iTunes also helped convince me to go that route. I havent been able to stop listening since, so 2 days ago, I decided to give Flavors of Entanglement a sample listening. The new sound sort of surprised me, it seemed ok, so I went to best buy and picked up the Delux CD. This is by Far my Favorite Alanis Morissette work. It is like taking a trip into her mind, to feel what she was feeling when she wrote those lyrics it is a very mystical experience, Madness and Limbo no More are such amazing tracks. This CD Is an ALANIS MORISSETTE Masterwork. Do Yourself a Favor and Pick it Up. Thank You Alanis and see you in Waterbury CT on Friday October 19th 2012 Love YOU!
  • Great lyrics, Love her to death, Less overproduction

    By Bjbler2396
    The way I have always processed this album is that the lyrics are all there. I just wish many of these songs weren't as overproduced as they were. I would love to hear a "Flavors of Entanglement: Acoustic" album. Because I heard her sing "Incomplete" live, and I was almost in tears. But the overproduced version here doesn't strike the same nerve. I think "Underneath", "Not as We", "Tapes", "Madness", "Orchid", "Versions of Violence", "Limbo No More", and "Incomplete" are BEAUTIFUL songs- masterpieces. It's just that the electronic sounds should have been more minimal to really get to the heart of the lyrics and the music as a whole. She will always remain my favorite musician, and I believe that the writing on this album was far better than "So-Called Chaos" and equivalent to "Under Rug Swept". I just hope for "Havoc and Bright Lights" she goes back to a more earthy, acoustic touch (I felt like Madness, Limbo No More, Torch and Not as We accomplished that on this album)
  • Flavors of Entanglement

    By Kimberly Bonner
    OMG - I love this album!!! It shows how talented Alanis Morissette is. I had the opportunity to see her in concert and all I can say is WOW, what a great entertainor! My favorite female artist of all time!!!