Collaborations

Album Review of Collaborations by Sinéad O'Connor.

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Collaborations

Sinéad O'Connor

Collaborations by Sinéad O'Connor

Release Date: Jun 21, 2005
Record label: Capitol
Genre(s): Rock, Electronic, Alternative

70 Music Critic Score
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Collaborations - Fairly Good, Based on 1 Critics

AllMusic - 70
Based on rating 7/10
70

As one of alternative rock's most sought-after collaborators -- having Sinéad on even one track would garner enough press to render a release noteworthy -- O'Connor racked up enough "guest vocalist" credits during the late '80s/early '90s to warrant two of these compilations. For the most part, her forays into dub, dance, and Anglo-Irish rock were successful, culminating in multiple platforms for her distinctive and often otherworldly voice to rise into the great beyond from. Spirituality -- despite her habit of tearing up pinups of pontiffs -- has always played a huge role in O'Connor's artistic persona, and many of the songs featured on Collaborations rely on Eastern mysticism ("Visions of You" with Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart) and deconstructed Christianity (Peter Gabriel's gorgeous "Blood of Eden").

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