Tom Waits – Alice
Alice is the fourteenth studio album by singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in 2002 on Epitaph Records (under the Anti sub-label). The album contains the majority of songs written for the play Alice. The adaptation was directed by Robert Wilson, whom Waits had previously worked with on the play The Black Rider, and originally set up at the Thalia Theatre in Hamburg in 1992. The play has since been performed in various theatres around the world. The album was co-released with Blood Money, an album containing songs from Wilson and Waits’ 2000 musical Woyzeck. Alice was ranked #2 in Metacritic’s Top 30 albums of 2002. The songs had been released as a bootleg in several different versions called The Alice Demos many years before its official release. The source is believed to be studio recordings taken when Waits’ car was broken into in late 1992. In 2006 it was awarded a diamond certification from the Independent Music Companies Association.
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