12 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jagged Little Pill made Alanis Morissette everyone's favorite angry alt-rocker, but 1999's Unplugged shines a soft light on her tender side. With her classic singles given a stripped-down form, the deceptively sweet tone of Morissette's underrated vocals moves to the forefront. A gentle and melancholic take on "You Learn" sets the reflective tone. But the most dramatic reworking comes courtesy of "You Oughta Know," with the original's ruthless guitar attack replaced by a cinematic, emotion-stirring string section.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Jagged Little Pill made Alanis Morissette everyone's favorite angry alt-rocker, but 1999's Unplugged shines a soft light on her tender side. With her classic singles given a stripped-down form, the deceptively sweet tone of Morissette's underrated vocals moves to the forefront. A gentle and melancholic take on "You Learn" sets the reflective tone. But the most dramatic reworking comes courtesy of "You Oughta Know," with the original's ruthless guitar attack replaced by a cinematic, emotion-stirring string section.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

globesessions99 ,

Awesome

I love acoustic music and own alot of Unpluggeds and this is among my favorites (other's include Eagles, Clapton, and 10,000 Maniacs). Alot of talking is ommited but it's all about the music anyway s that's not much a bother. Her voice sounds as good live as in studio. Love her flute playing on 'That I Would Be Good'

Mr Cuda ,

Better Acoustic than Electric

I have heard the songs both electric and acoustic and they resonate on all levels stronger in an acoustic environment.

oceanblvdlb ,

Queen of the 90's

The greatest live album ever!
On repeat to Vegas right now! Bumping!!!!!!!!!!!!

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