Lately, Sinead O'Connor has attracted less attention for her music than for her tumultuous personal life.
The singer's ninth studio album "How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?" (dig that tabloid-target title) might be the one to shift the focus.
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Holding forth on marriage and motherhood over pan-global arrangements shaped in part by Adele's sidemen, she taps the naked intensity of her early days without sacrificing hooks or humor.
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"How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?" is a welcome return. B+