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Troy - Sinead O'Connor (1987)

“Troy” is a song written and recorded by Sinéad O’Connor, the first single from her 1987 debut album, The Lion and the Cobra. In 2002, a dance version of the song released as “Troy (The Phoenix from the Flame)” becoming a top 10 hit on several international dance charts including the US. 555 more words


10 Cover Songs That Are More Popular Than The Originals

Cover songs are always interesting. It gives the covering artist a chance to put his/her/their own spin on a song written by someone else. Some take drastic turns from the original. 834 more words


tapes i bought at salvation army

after i graduated high school, i worked at salvation army for several years. i was driving a ’90 or ’91 tercel with a tape deck in it which was sort of fortuitous because thrift stores always have an abundance of media forms that recently became obsolete. 1,356 more words

Nina K

I first learned of Swedish songstress Nina K when she lent her bewitching vocals to Danish musician Tomas Barfod‘s work. Two weeks ago she unveiled her first solo material in 5 years, premiering it on Swedish radio’s Musikguiden. 87 more words


Sinead O'Connor - Gospel Oak EP

01 – This Is To Mother You
02 – I Am Enough For Myself
03 – Petit Poulet
04 – 4 My Love
05 – This Is A Rebel Song… 9 more words

Sinéad O'Connor

Paul Brady. The Vicar Street Sessions, Vol. 1. Proper Records

Back in October 2001 acclaimed Irish singer/songwriter Paul Brady managed the amazing feat of selling out a full month of shows in the one venue, Dublin’s Vicar Street. 551 more words


Top 10 songs classic – week ending 27 April 1990

My personal Top 10 chart from 25 years ago today…

1. Nothing Compares 2 U – Sinead O’Connor

2. C’mon Get My Love – D-Mob (featuring Cathy Dennis) 48 more words