Sinead O'Connor sings from the heart and inspires the soul. Throughout her career career, the passion and intimacy released by her honest, clear voice has, remained undiminished. Her new album, Theology, is perhaps the most, creative and profound expression of her art and music to date.
Sinead O'Connor sings from the heart and inspires the soul. Throughout her career career, the passion and intimacy released by her honest, clear voice has, remained undiminished. Her new album, Theology, is perhaps the most, creative and profound expression of her art and music to date.
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Format: CD
Label: KOCH RECORDS
Catalog: 4237
Rel. Date: 06/26/2007
UPC: 099923423720

Theology
Artist: Sinead O'Connor
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Sinead O'Connor sings from the heart and inspires the soul. Throughout her career career, the passion and intimacy released by her honest, clear voice has, remained undiminished. Her new album, Theology, is perhaps the most, creative and profound expression of her art and music to date.

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''Theology'' is the eighth full-length album by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor. It was released in 2007 on Rubyworks (and Koch Records in the USA). The album consists of two discs – the acoustic "Dublin Sessions" and full-band "London Sessions".

The first single from ''Theology'' is "I Don't Know How to Love Him" (originally an Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice song from ''Jesus Christ Superstar''). In the issue dated 14 July 2007, the album entered the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at number 168, marking O'Connor's first album appearance on the list since 2002. The album also debuted in the top 20 of Billboard's Independent Albums list at number 15. First-week sales of the album in the USA amounted to 4,700 units, while the record also charted in Ireland, France, Italy, and the UK.

The album sold 375,000 copies worldwide. - Wikipedia

Double Album Alert! Actually, amend that: Whacked-Out Double Album Alert! Each disc has 11 songs and more or less the same tracklist. The difference: disc 1 is the "Dublin" side, i.e. acoustic, and disc 2 is the "London" side, i.e. full band. Hey, it worked for Foo Fighters, although we highly doubt that was Sin√ad's model. Most of these tunes are strictly spiritual'"the first one you'll hear is her take on Andrew Lloyd Webber's "I Don't Know How to Love Him."