More Sinead news from Yahoo!:
"Irish pop singer Sinead O'Connor is in Jamaica recording a reggae album with some of Jamaica's leading musicians, her producer said Wednesday. The Dublin-born O'Connor has been in the capital Kingston since last week working on tracks for the album, scheduled for release this summer by the British-based Sanctuary Records, said Sly Dunbar. The untitled album will include covers of some of reggae's most famous protest songs — Bob Marley's 'War,' Peter Tosh's 'Downpressor Man,' and Burning Spear's 'Marcus Garvey' — Dunbar said."
What, no Eek-A-Mouse?