20th anniversary re-release of Sinead O'Connor's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got"

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  1. Yes, that Sinead album--the one that everybody has. Nevermind that this is really the 19th anniversary of its release; EMI is calling this the 20th anniversary special edition. It's supposed to be released "soon".

    From Sinead's MySpaz blog:

    There will be a re-release of "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got" including a few special tracks that are hard to find or unreleased.

    Sinéad O’Connor
    ‘I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got’
    (special edition)

    Original album

    1. Feels So Different
    2. I Am Stretched On Your Grave
    3. Three Babies
    4. The Emperor’s New Clothes
    5. Black Boys On Mopeds
    6. Nothing Comares 2 U
    7. Jump In The River
    8. You Cause As Much Sorrow
    9. Last Day Of Our Aquaintance
    10. I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got

    Bonus disc

    1. Night Nurse
    Produced by Daniel Lanois. Previously unreleased.

    2. My Special Child
    Released as a single in May 1991.

    3. Damn Your Eyes
    B-side to ‘Three Babies’.

    4. Silent Night (long version)
    Released as a single in December 1991. This version from ‘The Ghosts of Oxford Street’ soundtrack.

    5. You Do Something To Me
    From the Cole Porter tribute album ‘Red Hot & Blue’.

    6. Mind Games
    Produced by Daniel Lanois. Previously unreleased.

    7. What Do You Want
    B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’.

    8. I Am Stretched On Your Grave (Apple Brightness Mix)
    B-side to ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’.

    9. Troy (live in London)
    B-side to ‘Three Babies’.

    10. I Want Your Hands On Me (live at Hammersmith Odeon)
    BBC In Concert 25/5/90.


    Let's hope that those typos ("Feels So Different", "Nothing Comares 2 U", "The Last Day of Our Aquaintance") don't make it onto the final release!

    And if you're at all interested in Sinead, be sure to check out my work-in-progress discography of her recent work (complete with high-res scans), which is intended to supplement other Sinead discographies, most of which stop around 2004-2005.
     
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    Re: 20th anniversary re-release of Sinead O'Connor's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Go

    Too bad it doesn't include her live-cover of "The hand that rocks the cradle".
     
  3. Re: 20th anniversary re-release of Sinead O'Connor's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Go

    Would you like a good audience recording of that uploaded here? I've got two--both with Rourke & Joyce.
     
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    Not to butt in, but if you don't mind uploading it I'd love to hear it. I've always wanted to hear a woman sing that song. I think the lyrics reveal quite a bit more about the song when you consider them from a woman's point-of-view.
     
  5. Re: 20th anniversary re-release of Sinead O'Connor's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Go

    Sorry--I somehow missed your post!

    Here you go: 192kbps MP3, from FLAC. Live 04/22/1988 at The Stone, San Francisco, CA.

    The sound quality is a bit better than the MTV Unplugged version that Uncleskinny uploaded a while back with his collection of Smiths covers.

    She drops the "your mother, she just never knew" bit.
     
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    Thanks! I like this a lot.
     
  7. Re: 20th anniversary re-release of Sinead O'Connor's "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Go

    It's out now in the UK & Europe; we in the US have to wait until next Tuesday. I got a promo copy a few weeks ago and have been listening to it constantly. Can't wait!
     
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