Pulling Rank: B-Sides from Tori Amos’s “Under the Pink”

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In which Kelly Stitzel ranks the B-Sides from Tori Amos’s 1994 album, “Under the Pink.”

Pulling Rank is a weekly column in which Kelly Stitzel ranks a variety of pop culture-related things with little to no commentary, but sometimes with audio or visual accompaniment. There’s no scientific method to the rankings; these are just Kelly’s opinions. You’ll probably disagree with her — just don’t be a dick about it.

Not long ago, I ranked the B-Sides from Tori’s first solo album, Little Earthquakes. A commenter asked if I planned on ranking the B-Sides from her 1994 release, Under the Pink, and I said I would. The songs I’ve ranked here are only songs released as B-Sides to Under the Pink singles and not songs from soundtracks or compilations of that album’s era.

1. “Honey”

2. “Sister Janet”

3. “Strange Fruit”

4. “A Case of You”

5. “Black Swan”

6. “Daisy Dead Petals”

7. “All the Girls Hate Her (Piano Suite)”

8. “Over It (Piano Suite)”

9. “If 6 Was 9”

10. “Home On the Range (Cherokee Edition)”