Much has been made in Sinead O'Connor fan circles and the pop music press about the controversy-courting singer's decision to revive her self-shelved career with a disc of reggae covers. After the critical breakthrough that was 2002's Sean-Nos Nua, an … see full wiki
Like a lot of British pop music fans, Sinead O'Connor claims to have discovered reggae in London in the '80s. Despite the weirdness that has often punctuated the artist's work, it's still a bit of a shock that she has actually gone through with an album of reggae covers -- not to mention that she has reportedly converted to the Rastafarian faith. Recorded at the legendary Tuff Gong Studio in Kingston and produced by internationally renowned producers and musicians Sly and … more
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