Prematurely ejaculated to exploit a skyrocket’s diminishing name recognition, this 17-tracker—five from the debut, three each from two and three, three non-album things, and three remixes—demonstrates the endurance of On How Life Is, the fragility of The Id, and the unjust obscurity of 2003’s The Trouble With Being Myself. “Caligula,” “She Don’t Write Songs About You,” and the matter-of-fact “Gimme All Your Loving or I Will Kill You”—all missing—would further reinforce her cultivated aura of sexual rapacity. Nevertheless, her best.

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