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Sinead O'Connor Channels Marley, Tosh, On New Album



A woman in need of no introduction, Sinéad O'Connor, will release a new album on October 4 via her own record label, That's Why There's Chocolate And Vanilla. Called Thrown Down Your Arms, the album finds O'Connor covering a collection of ROOTS Reggae classics from the '70s. The legendary Sly and Robbie production team lent their skills to the album, which was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica in the spring of this year. O'Connor will be touring in support of Throw Down Your Arms this fall, beginning November 28 at First Ave in Minneapolis. The tour will hit cities across the Midwest and East Coast before wrapping up with back-to-back nights at NYC's Webster Hall on December 8 and 9. Read on for details.

Track Listing (song title | originally by):

01. "Ja Nuh Dead" | Burning Spear
02. "Marcus Garvey" | Burning Spear
03. "Door Peep" | Burning Spear
04. "He Prayed" | Burning Spear
05. "Y Mas Gan" | Abyssinians
06. "Curly Locks" | Lee Perry
07. "Vampire" | Lee Perry
08. "Prophet Has Arise" | Isreal Vibration
09. "Downpressor Man" | Peter Tosh
10. "Throw Down Your Arms" | Burning Spear
11. "Untold Stories" | Buju Banton
12. "War" | Bob Marley

Tour Dates:

11.28.05 - Minneapolis, MN (First Avenue)
11.29.05 - Chicago, IL (Riviera)
12.01.05 - Detroit, MI (State Theatre)
12.02.05 - Cleveland, OH (HOB)
12.03.05 - Toronto, ON (Kool Haas)
12.05.05 - Boston, MA (Avalon)
12.06.05 - Washington, DC (930 Club)
12.08.05 - New York, NY (Webster Hall)
12.09.05 - New York, NY (Webster Hall)



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Sinead O'Connor Channels Marley, Tosh, On New Album