Friday, July 16, 2010


I think for most people Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill album reminds them of rebellion - reading "saucy" teen mags in primary school, playing it really loud to piss off your parents, smoking at lunchtime, underage RTD-ridden house parties and teenage "exploration".

For me it reminds me of waiting in the car while my mum did lots of grocery shopping.

Not an amazingly profound observation, but this is one of the most beautiful things about music - it means so many different things to every person and captures moments in life that otherwise would have passed your mind.

I'm glad that one hasn't.

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