Giveaway: Sinead O’Connor’s New Album

I have been looking forward to the latest album from Sinead O’Connor, so I was pleased to be offered a chance to share it with you. I’m giving away 2 copies of the CD IM NOT BOSSY, I’M THE BOSS. To enter, simply leave a comment below using Disqus telling me your first memory of Sinead O’Connor. Contest ends on August 20, 2014. Details below.

Sinead O'Connor

 

Enter to win I’M NOT BOSSY, I’M THE BOSS from Sinéad O’Connor!

I’M NOT BOSSY, I’M THE BOSS

the tenth studio album from the iconic

SINÉAD O’CONNOR

Featuring “Take Me To Church”

AVAILABLE NOW: http://smarturl.it/ImNotBossyDeluxe

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Giveaway Rules

– one entry per person for adults 18 and older living in the continental US.

– leave a comment on this post using the Disqus commenting software. you will need to connect your Disqus profile to your FB, twitter or email account so I can contact you if you win. *if you use FB, you should check your “other” message box as messages sometimes land there. we are not responsible for hunting down the winners. we’ll do our best.

– winners will have 48 hours to respond with their contact information. CDs will be mailed to you by the promoter directly.

– each winner will receive one copy of this album.

 

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  • My friend Louise was a huge Sinead O’Connor fan- I remember popping in her tapes (yes, tapes) any time we hung out in college. I’ve upgraded to digital, but I still think about those college nights every time Sinead pops up on my playlist.

  • My earliest memory of Sinead O’Connor is clearly ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ from my lost years during the 90s in the military. Nothing compared to bouncing around the world, fighting gender dysphoria, and not having a clue back then what was wrong with me.

  • I have always loved Sinead OConner’s voice. One of my favorites besides her ‘big’ Nothing Compares is “Damn Your Eyes” I could never decide though what was going on with her except perhaps she had a really bad breakup and drew off of that anger. I also really liked Black Boys on Mopeds too.

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  • I have been looking forward to this for a long time. Just the other day my daughter was looking for a song to sing for a talent show this weekend. I shared a few of her songs with her. 🙂

  • She shocked and challenged me with her baldness as a young, sheltered girl. I loved the songs I had access to – those that received radio play – and found warmth for her “weirdness.” She was a step in my journey toward inclusiveless and treasuring the “other.”

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