Before she became known in the late '90s for her alternative sound and angst-ridden lyrics, Alanis Morissette was a little-known Canadian musician who had been releasing pop albums in Canada. But, after moving to Los Angeles and exploring a more introspective approach to her music, the then-20-year-old singer released her first international album: "Jagged Little Pill." That's when her world changed.
Morissette opens up about the head-spinning aftermath of "Jagged Little Pill" in a new interview with Oprah for "Super Soul Sunday." Though she had been successful in Canada, Morissette says that her past experience in no way prepared her for the mayhem that followed the 1995 release of "Jagged Litt...
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