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her new album.
The 'Lost in Translation' actress was so determined to incorporate unique
sounds on her debut LP 'Anywhere I Lay My Head' she even taped the call of
the nocturnal birds.
She said: "I spent days trying to record owls. I would hear them and then
run outside to find them. My producer David Sitek told me to keep a
mini-recorder with me all the time and record sounds I liked. That was the
most elusive thing we recorded - the owls. We recorded all kinds of stuff -
Scarlett couldn't care less about the criticism her album has received,
because she is confident she has a good voice.
She added to NME magazine: "I think a lot of actors have good voices. We are
mimics. If you were to hum something now, I'd probably be able to sing it
right back to you. I'm a pretty decent singer."
Meanwhile, Alanis Morissette attacks ex-boyfriend Ryan Reynolds on her new album.
The Canadian singer has revealed various tracks on her upcoming LP 'Flavors
of Entanglement' were inspired by her then-disintegrating relationship with
the 'Smokin' Aces' actor.
She said: "This album was like a life raft. I wanted my own personal story
to unfold as it was happening."
One lyric from track 'Straightjacket' is: "I don't know who you are, talking
to me with such f***ing disrespect."
While lines from 'Underneath' include: "Look at us break our bonds in this
kitchen/ Look at us rallying our defenses/ Look at us waging war in our
Alanis and Ryan dated between 2004 and 2007, and were engaged. Ryan is now
set to marry 'The Other Boleyn Girl' actress Scarlett Johansson.
Although she is still hurt by the split, the 'Ironic' singer believes the
experience has made her a better artist.
She added to Britain's The Guardian newspaper: "That's what I keep coming
back to. What you're writing is who you are, what you really want to be
doing. That's all that matters."