Whether you love her for creating some of the most challenging pop music in the last 20 years or hate her for ripping up a picture of the Pope on "Saturday Night Live," you can't say that
Sinead O'Connor hasn't moved you in some way since she emerged from Ireland in 1987.
Now, in a year when reggae music has already been turned on its ear...the bald beauty tries her hand in the spiritual sounds of deepest, darkest D'yer M'aker with "Throw Down Your Arms." Recorded at the legendary Tuff Gong Studios in the heart of Kingston, this is as straight-up dirt floor reggae as it gets (well, at least by Sinead standards), especially when you got such masters of their craft as Sly & Robbie behind the boards.
November 17, 2005
Sinead O'Connor's Reggae Album a "Pleasant Surprise"
First Willie Nelson, now Sinead.