Wondering why Alanis decided to sign an exclusive distro deal with Starbucks before her Jagged Little Pill Acoustic disc hit record stores? Sadly, our definitive Angry Young Woman of the mid-90s has revisited her teenage diaries, and the result is a weak-tea set of strummy warm fuzzies tailor-made for your favourite café. Seriously, this could be called The Shaker Egg Sessions. Problem is, the original album was anthemic for zillions of adolescent girls cuz it seethed with spiky guitars and irrational rage, but now that Morissette's found true love and blissed out in India, she can't muster the spite necessary to make even her lyrics stick - although the vocals are considerably more listenable than the Alanis of yore. Shitty arrangements aside, JLP has some good tunes, but you're better off with the original.