Tori Amos Little Earthquakes
Amos released two more albums with the label, The Beekeeper (2005) and American Doll Posse (2007). Both albums received generally favorable reviews. The Beekeeper was conceptually influenced by the ancient art of beekeeping, which she considered a source of female inspiration and empowerment. Through extensive study, Amos also wove in the stories of the Gnostic gospels and the removal of women from a position of power within the Christian church to create an album based largely on religion and politics. The album debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200,  placing her in an elite group of women who have secured five or more US Top 10 album debuts.  While the newly merged label was present throughout the production process of The Beekeeper, Amos and her crew nearly completed her next project, American Doll Posse, before inviting the label to listen to it. American Doll Posse, another concept album, is fashioned around a group of girls (the "posse") who are used as a theme of alter-egos of Amos's. Musically and stylistically, the album saw Amos return to a more confrontational nature.  Like its predecessor, American Doll Posse debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.
Little Earthquakes is the debut solo album of singer-songwriter Tori Amos , featuring the singles " Silent All These Years ", " China ", " Winter " and " Crucify ". The album was first released in the UK on January 6, 1992.