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Fiona Apple's new album 'Fetch the Bolt Cutters' is a creative, powerful study of fury


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Positivity     48.00%   
   Negativity   52.00%
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SOURCE: https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/fiona-apple-s-new-album-fetch-bolt-cutters-creative-powerful-ncna1186711
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© 2020 NBCNEWS.COMOf all the memorable turns of phrase on “Tidal,” the 1996 album that established 18-year-old Fiona Apple as a songwriting prodigy, perhaps none proved to be more prescient than the line that closes out the chorus on “Sleep to Dream”: “I got my own hell to raise.”Looking back, that line reads as the mission statement of Apple’s life. It still invites repeat listens and close reading.On Apple’s fifth studio album “Fetch the Bolt Cutters,” she once again speaks truth to male power with eloquence, force, and perspective.On Apple’s fifth studio album “Fetch the Bolt Cutters,” which gestated for eight years and came out on Friday, six months ahead of schedule, she once again speaks truth to male power with eloquence, force, and perspective. On “Bolt Cutters,” more than ever, she refracts a lifetime of rage through joyous play and childlike imagination.But my favorite aspect of “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” is how it brings Apple’s house in Venice Beach to life.

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