Alanis Morissette is not only crossing the bridge to movie roles but also to dance record. In order to generate new sound in 'Flavors of Entanglement', the alternative rock singer has roped in Guy Sigsworth who have penned hits for Bjork, Madonna, and Sugababes.
"I think there's more technological aspects to it on a sonic level than ever before," she told Rolling Stone. "I love to dance so there's a lot of loops and beats on this record where you can dance your face off."
So far tracks that have been put aside for the record are 'Underneath' that talks about communication breakdowns and 'Not as We', a piece of "how you can resist hitting rock bottom for a long time".
She also wouldn't rule out writing songs based on personal experience. "Writing about my own personal relationships is my favorite thing to do 'cause it's the only thing I can really comment on with any kind of conviction or authority. I guess I could have fictionalized this whole record, but that wouldn't have been fun for me."
It was rumored that her Grammy-winning song 'You Oughta Know' that contained angry and harsh lyrics was written out of her relationship with former lover Dave Coulier.
Alanis who famously parodied Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie in Black Eyed Peas song 'My Humps' also admit that there are a few songs that have been "cracking" her lately. She plans to find out about the title of the songs and "interpret it probably within the next couple weeks."
'Flavors of Entanglement' is reportedly released in February 2008.
Alanis Morissette's Parody of 'My Humps':