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Editors’ Notes

Wrapped in a tight PVC dress and a long-haired wig, Sinead O’Connor toys with the music industry’s expectations of female pop singers on the cover of her latest tour de force, the Sheryl Sandberg–citing I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss. As anyone who’s followed O’Connor’s career can tell you, she does what she wants. Like her countryman Van Morrison, she dwells in a special dimension where she gives voice to her concerns of spirituality (“The Vishnu Room”), sexuality (“Kisses Like Mine,” “Your Green Jacket,” “The Voice of My Doctor,” “Make a Fool of Me All Night”), and what the world can do to your soul (“Harbour,” “8 Good Reasons”). The music ranges from gentle, ethereal touches to inspiring, electrified blasts of angry guitar and even angrier vocals. She can still do hooky pop when the spirit moves her (“Take Me to Church”), but she’s just as likely to double-track her vocals to create beauty and tension. Saxophonist Seun Kuti makes a guest appearance on the funky “James Brown,” while drummer/programmer/producer John Reynolds often cowrites and provides inspired touches. 

Customer Reviews

I've been with Sinead, still am!!!

This review is only from the first track, Take me to church, Great tune and a great little preview to what we're about to experience. I scrape pennies to see Sinead in New York City every time she comes. Trust her! I mirror her music. I need to be taken to church, And I cannot wait to worship the rest of this album!!!!!


Listened to it streaming on NPR.... and then over and over again it's that good. Awesome she rocks.. always did. After I streamed it I bought Theology and jesus that record rules too. Thank gods there are people like her in the world of music.


I LOVE SINEAD! Again, she records such a personal and reflective tapestry of emotions, commentary and societal observations. Sinead O'Connor is my personal favorite female artist of all time for many reasons, the least of is her ability to convey raw emotions with brilliant musicality and poetic cadence. The music here is upbeat and kinesthetic but also personal and reflective and has Sinead in her prime of her musicality. If you get the chance, see her live! I was able to see her last summer in Dublin and she was phenomenal! The most amazing artist!


Born: December 8, 1966 in Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Sinéad O'Connor ranked among the most distinctive and controversial pop music stars of the alternative era, the first and in many ways, the most influential of the numerous female performers whose music dominated airwaves throughout the last decade of the 20th century. Brash and outspoken -- her shaved head, angry visage, and shapeless wardrobe a direct challenge to popular culture's long-prevailing notions of femininity and sexuality -- O'Connor irrevocably altered the image of women in rock; railing...
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