The Cranberries: Everybody else is reuniting, so why can’t they?
The Cranberries would go on to sell nearly 40 million records and their albums Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? and No Need to Argue would help introduce ... and Blue Rodeo released their seminal album Five Days in July.
The Cranberries’ continue to roll
O’Riordan (lead singer ... album],” Noel said. The Cranberries’ debut album was followed by No Need to Argue, which further catapulted the group to fame with the songs “Zombie”, “Ridiculous Thoughts” and “Ode to My Family”. The band ...
Yet despite the fact that the band released ... No Need to Argue. And don’t expect that to change with O’Riordan’s first solo effort, Are You Listening? () That’s not to say it isn’t good. On the contrary, for fans of the Cranberries who thought ...
The blossoming of the Cranberries
"You know the way they say success changes things," says the Cranberries' tiny, slender singer/songwriter Dolores O'Riordan ... By the time a second album, "No Need to Argue," was released in October of this year, its predecessor had sold more than ...
CD Reviews: Saigon; The Cranberries; Estelle
Geraud Blanks, Special to the Journal Sentinel The Cranberries Roses Downtown/Cooking Vinyl The appeal of the Cranberries in 1993, when they released their debut album ... Lead singer Dolores O'Riordan has evidently grown up the most: her risible vocal ...