EXCLUSIVE: Even More High-Res Prague Photos

May 29, 2000  |  Comments Off on EXCLUSIVE: Even More High-Res Prague Photos  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Zombieguide proudly presents six more exclusive photos from the recent Prague gig. Click below! (IMAGES NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

Prague Gig 7
Prague Gig 8
Prague Gig 9
Prague Gig 10
Prague Gig 11
Prague Gig 12

Source: Exclusive, thanks to Bernd Dittrich

EXCLUSIVE: High-Res Prague Photos

May 28, 2000  |  Comments Off on EXCLUSIVE: High-Res Prague Photos  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

We bring you a hot exclusive: brand-new exclusive photo’s taken from last week’s gig at Prague, Czech Republic. These are GREAT shots, even though ameteurs. Great size for background wallpaper… Kudos to frequent contributor, Bernd Dittrich!

Prague Gig 1
Prague Gig 2
Prague Gig 3
Prague Gig 4
Prague Gig 5
Prague Gig 6

(IMAGES NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

Source: Exclusive, thanks to Bernd Dittrich

Czech Magazine Articles

May 26, 2000  |  Comments Off on Czech Magazine Articles  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Three new magazine articles have surfaced from the Czech Republic. The first one is from the Czech edition of Rolling Stone, whereas the other two are Prague concert reviews (with photos!). I can’t read them, but it’s nice to see that the second article gave the show a 4/5 stars.

Rolling Stone:
(IMAGE NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

Lidove Noviny Review:

MF Dnes Review:

Source: “Everybody Else Is Doing It” Homepage

Prague Gig Review

May 25, 2000  |  Comments Off on Prague Gig Review  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Thanks again to our frequent contributor, Bernd Dittrich, we have an exclusive review of last Saturday’s gig.

“Hi Alex,
the concert in Prag was not on Monday, but on Saturday.
In opposite to the other concerts, they played in Europe on this tour, they played “Go your own way” and “I just shot John Lennon”. They didn´t play “You and me” and “Dying in the sun” this time.
I´m sorry, I don´t know the exact play list, but it was something like this:

Promises
Animal Instinct
Loud and Clear
Linger
Ode to my family
Wanted
Salvation
Desperate Andy
When you´re gone
Free to decide
Walzing back
Pretty
Zombie
Go your own way
Ridiculous Thoughts
Can´t be with you

I just shot J.Lennon
Just my imagination
Dreams

As soon as I received the photos, I will send you some scans.
Greetings from
Bernd”

Source: Exclusive, thanks to Bernd Dittrich

Prague Gig and Poster

May 24, 2000  |  Comments Off on Prague Gig and Poster  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

For those that missed it, the Cranberries played a gig at Prague, Czech Republic, on Monday [correction: Saturday]. Hopefully, we’ll have pics and reviews soon, but for now, here’s a concert poster from the show.

Source: eBay

Sessions at West 54th Setlist

May 10, 2000  |  Comments Off on Sessions at West 54th Setlist  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Sessions at West 54th homepage has uploaded the setlist for the upcoming Cranberries show. Televised tracks will be:

1. Linger
2. Desperate Andy
3. Promises
4. Zombie
5. Dreams

Yay. Same old, same old. However, “Desperate Andy” is one you won’t find everywhere, so that’s good 🙂 The show airs this Friday, May 12th. It’s a public TV show, so be sure to check your local listings for exact time and channel.

Source: “Sessions” Homepage

New Compilation

May 7, 2000  |  Comments Off on New Compilation  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Fans in New Zealand recently received a limited new compilation titled “Woman”, a collection of songs of female artists. The CD is being advertised on TV in the area and is available in stores. It’s an official item, marketed by Universal Music New Zealand Ltd/Sony Music Entertainment New Zealand Ltd. Tracks are:

1. Shania Twain – Man! I Feel Like a Woman!
2. Jennifer Paige – Crush
3. The Corrs – What Can I Do
4. Mariah Carey – Without You
5. Celine Dion – Where Does My Heart Beat Now
6. Sheryl Crow – If It Makes You Happy
7. Janet Jackson – Runaway
8. Britney Spears – Baby One More Time
9. Jennifer Lopez – If You Had My Love
10. Gabrielle – Sunshine
11. Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
12. Des’ree – Feel So High
13. Stellar* – Part Of Me
14. Texas – Summer Son
15. Cranberries – Just My Imagination
16. Annie Lennox – No More “I Love You’s”
17. Jessica – How Will I Know (Who You Are)
18. Gloria Estefan – Don’t Wanna Lose You

Source: Thanks to Angela Brett

“You and Me” German MTV Version Tracks, Scans

May 5, 2000  |  Comments Off on “You and Me” German MTV Version Tracks, Scans  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Remember MTV Germany’s poll awhile back for the tracks to be included on the limited editon? The CD has been released and here are the results:

1. You and Me (Album Version)
2. Dreams (Album Version)
3. Zombie (Live, Enhanced Video)
4. Linger (Live, Enhanced Video)

As you may recall, the live tracks were recorded last December 9th in Paris for the upcoming “Beneath the Skin” VHS and DVD.

Source: eBay

Real Video Puerto Rico Performance

May 3, 2000  |  Comments Off on Real Video Puerto Rico Performance  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

El Foco has posted a RA clip of the Puerto Rico performance, which includes clips of “Promises” and “Animal Instinct”. Click here to download it. (LINK NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

Source: El Foco and The pretty Cranberries (Spanish)

Band Sues Universal?

May 2, 2000  |  Comments Off on Band Sues Universal?  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

European newspapers have been going wild with this recent story: The Cranberries are going to sue Island/Polygram/Universal for royalites. Is there any truth to this? Read the following article from Norwegian newspaper VG, translated by Frode Andersen

“Demand £ 2 mill. [Approx.]”
“The Cranberries sue their record company, Universal, for £ 2 millions [approx.]. The Irish popgroup claims that they have been conned for royalties in this amount for record sales outside of the U.K., in the time period between 1992 and 1997. The group has sold more than 30 million albums over the whole world during the last ten years.”

In case you’re not pound-friendly, £2 million is approximately $3.1 million US.

Source: Thanks to Frode Andersen

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