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Thread: Tori's Greatest Electronic Hits, Studio Version

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    Tori's Greatest Electronic Hits, Studio Version

    I didn't pick out poll options because I'd surely forget something. What Tori songs use electronic beats, synths, whatever counts as electronic for you, the best?

    And, since she's played many songs both acoustic and electronic on tour, let's stick to studio songs.

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    I would have to say “Riot Poof” beyond all others. In this song, I think Tori did what she was trying to do throughout Choirgirl. The synth textures she uses throughout the song had this very modern/90’s yet even futuristic tone to them and I don’t know if Andy Grey programmed the beats on the song or if the percussion was more Matt Chamberlain’s doing but the bottom end of this track just grooves. She’s never released a song that’s remotely like this track but I think this was a high watermark for her producing side. And its just fun to dance to!!

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    Juarez, Riot Poof, Suede. So much happening in those songs.


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    Juarez, Hotel, Flavor & Cruel for me.


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    Carnival and Datura (part 2) as well
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    Yes, Datura. AATS (the song) is so gauzy and mysterious too. I've always loved "Give" as well.

    "Hotel," always. Not sure what all is programmed and what's live, but there's so much going on there it's hard to tell anything. Which makes the song such a wonderful head trip.

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