Thank You for Hearing Me: The Definitive Sinéad O'Connor Discography

“[Tuff Gong]”

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Throw Down Your Arms album


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Amazing thing to get back to work and not only be going to work but be going to, like, fulfill your lifelong dream, and then, obviously, it was unbelievable, like I said the first day we were at Tuff Gong, I'm like, you know what I mean? It's fucking unbelievable and it's all painted Rasta colours inside and there's all these, you know, pictures of Bob Marley and the whole thing.
First thing is obviously meeting them all, and I'm completely fucking blown away, like totally; I have to keep locking myself in the bathroom--seriously--and quietly going, "Oh my god, I can't believe it!" Do you know what I mean? I couldn't fucking believe it. I'm trying to act really cool as well, like this this is, I do this every day. So there's Mikey Chung, who's a guitar player, and then there's this guy, Dalton Brown; he's got big, long locks and he's smoking, like, you know...and then there's Robbie Lynn, and then a keyboard player, and I'm like I've heard of these guys as well, and I know that a lot of these guys played on the original records, so like I said, again I'm trying to act really cool; inwardly I'm screaming like, you know...And then there's a young guy, Bowie, that played keyboards, and Sticky, the old guy, who played percussion, and he's incredible. And then who else? Obviously Sly and Robbie and the whole thing.

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