- Genre Adultery: Her third album Am I Not Your Girl?. It was a bit early in a career to make an album of mostly standards. It largely stiffed on release, partly because some of the songs (e.g. "Don't Cry For Me, Argentina") were by songwriters who were considered horribly unfashionable by most O'Connor fans. The album also baffled O'Connor's fans, who were not expecting an album of covers as the follow-up to the wildly successful I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: A lot of rarities, including B-sides. Although this was partially remedied by the release of her compilation of rarities, She Who Dwells In The Secret Place Of The Most High Shall Abide Under The Shadow Of The Almighty, tracks like "You Made Me The Thief Of Your Heart" can be found only on her compilation So Far or the soundtrack to In the Name of the Father. And it's really hard to find her contributions to Red Hot + Blue and Red Hot + Rhapsody other than on those albums.
Trivia / Sinéad O'Connor