48 Songs, 3 Hours 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jagged Little Pill is the kind of album that comes along once in a generation. By giving all her emotions free rein—from vengeance to desperation to jubilation—and substituting cutting-edge alt-rock power for the softer, folkish backing most often associated with intensely personal singer/songwriter statements, Alanis Morissette empowered millions of young women and launched an entire movement. From the scathing rocker "You Oughta Know" to the uplifting "Hand in My Pocket," the record is still as visceral and cathartic as ever.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jagged Little Pill is the kind of album that comes along once in a generation. By giving all her emotions free rein—from vengeance to desperation to jubilation—and substituting cutting-edge alt-rock power for the softer, folkish backing most often associated with intensely personal singer/songwriter statements, Alanis Morissette empowered millions of young women and launched an entire movement. From the scathing rocker "You Oughta Know" to the uplifting "Hand in My Pocket," the record is still as visceral and cathartic as ever.

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