Following Sinéad O'Connor's death last week, countless artists—from Kate Bush to Massive Attack, Tori Amos, U2, and Chuck D—have been paying tribute to the artist. On Saturday at Japan's Fuji Rock festival, Foo Fighters were joined on stage by Alanis Morissette to perform O'Connor's 1987 track "Mandinka." Unsurprisingly, it absolutely rocked. Also below, O'Connor's original music video for the song.
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