• Videos On YouTube

  • Vinyl Revinyl Topics

  • Sinead O’Connor

    Sinead O’Connor did something extremely rebellious and political in the late ’80s/early ’90s. And no, it wasn’t shaving her head or ripping up a picture of the Pope on Saturday Night Live. This Irish singer-songwriter challenged the female stereotypes entrenched in society by refusing to be a sex symbol. She sold records on the merit of her music, which was sensational. Her debut album, The Lion and the Cobra (1987), is a masterpiece blending elements of hip-hop, rock, Irish folk, and electronic music that features the alternative radio hits “Mandinka” and “Troy.” She followed this up with 1990’s I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got, which topped the charts with her legendary hit cover of Prince’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.” Her songs are powerful and her compellingly beautiful, one-of-a-kind voice sounds incredible on vinyl.
    [phpbay]sinead o’connor, 24, “306”, “”[/phpbay]

    Post By: