May 27 [10:00 EDT] -- Alanis Morissette devotees will be able to bring the singer home with them at the beginning of July.
On July 1, Morissette's "jagged little pill, Live" hits stores, boasting live performance and candid backstage footage of the singer during her climb to the top of the charts.
"While I could never do the two years justice in an hour and a half, I did my best to show the different mindsets, moods, coping mechanisms and humor that carried us through months of extremes," Morissette said of the home video in a written statement.
The video chronicle of the singer's rise begins two years ago, when Morissette kicked off her world tour in small clubs. By the time the "jagged little pill" tour wound down, Alanis was playing stadium shows and the rest is album sales history.
Starting with 220 hours of raw Alanis footage, the producers of the video have whittled it down to 90 minutes featuring Morissette nuggets like "Head Over Feet," "Your House,"
and (of course) "You Oughta Know."
The video also offers fans a first glimpse of two new Alanis tracks ("Can't Not" and "No Pressure Over Cappuccino") that turn up during the credits of the documentary.
The home video will be released on VHS (for $19.98) and on the relatively new DVD format (for $24.98).
Fans who want the true live Alanis experience can catch her brief acoustic turn at the Tibetan Freedom Concert on June 8. MTV News will be broadcasting live from the two-day festival on June 7 and 8 during the regular "Week In Rock" time slot of 6:30 p.m. each night. In addition, MTV News will offer live reports from Saturday's show from 4 to 6 p.m., and from Sunday's show from 3 to 5 p.m.