On Faith and Courage, Sinead O’Connor’s most coherent record since 1990’s ”I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got,” the addled feminist mystic and the pop/rock diva sync up again, and the result deserves to be an Oprah’s Book Club selection. With the anthemic ”No Man’s Woman,” the raucous bad-girl memoir ”Daddy I’m Fine,” and fascinating dub collaborations with U.K. producer Adrian Sherwood, she’s marching out of Ireland to save us from ”Riverdance.” Welcome back. B+
Faith and CourageOn Faith and Courage, Sinead O'Connor's most coherent record since 1990's ''I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got,'' the addled feminist...Faith and CouragePopOn Faith and Courage, Sinead O'Connor's most coherent record since 1990's ''I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got,'' the addled feminist...2000-06-16
Genre: Pop; Lead Performer: Sinead O'Connor; Producer (group): Atlantic
Posted June 16 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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