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Sinead O'Connor's "Take Me to Church" and the haunting images of youth

There are two images that define the career of Sinead O’Connor in the United States. The first is from the 1990 music video for “Nothing Compares 2 U.” The video was stripped bare of effects and consists almost entirely of a close-up shot of a young O’Connor standing in front the camera, bald against a black backdrop, singing. 473 more words


pas n jip 1992 (videos)

1992 Pazz & Jop videos ballot submitted to the Village Voice

Greil Marcus

The 10 Best VMA Video Of The Year Winners

It was August 1, 1981 when MTV first went on the air and changed the world of music forever, ensuring that image and style would forevermore be as important as songwriting and musical talent. 696 more words


Sinead O'Connor Is Back As The Boss

Shes back with her 10th studio album entitled ‘I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss’, which sees Sinead O’Connor once again in her finest hour.


I Know You Don't Love Me Anymore

Continuing with our Irish Invasion, we move next to Sinead O’Connor.  She’s most famous for raising from the dead Prince’s bluesy love ballad, “Nothing Compares 2U,” and her no-holds-barred attack on the Roman Catholic Church. 180 more words


Review: Sinéad O'Connor's 'I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss'

Throughout the ups and downs of her career and personal life over her past 27 years in the music business, Sinéad O’Connor’s key strength as a singer and songwriter has been unflinching honesty about her own complex personality and background, and her willingness to openly go to a place of true vulnerability that few artists would have the courage to face, let alone sing about. 802 more words

Bits 'n' Pieces

The Face Of It or Because Music Is A Priesthood.. or ‘Afore Ye Go' or Its Always later Than You Think




I DESERVE TO BE A PRIEST-Because Music Is A Priesthood.. says Sinead O Connor

The personal odyssey of Sinead O’Connor has proved to be a object of fascination for journalists, fans and not least of all for Sinead herself. 1,030 more words