“Analyse” #1 HyperActive song in America

September 14, 2001  |  Comments Off on “Analyse” #1 HyperActive song in America  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Great news for The Cranberries fans, especially those in the US. According to Gavin, the primary radio “spin” tracker in the US, The Cranberries have beat out all other competitors for rise in airplay for this week in the adult contemporary category. “Analyse”, the band’s premiere single for the new album, stands at #1 for the week for most dramatic rise in airplay in the A/C category, beating out even the “king of pop” Michael Jackson, with his new single “You Rock My World”. Riding on the influx wave, The Cranberries track stands at #29 on the overall A/C charts, and will hopefully continue to ride the momentum.

In related news, “Analyse” has been added to VH-1’s “Medium Rotation” list, which means there’s an excellent possibility of seeing the video soon if you live in the US. Unfortunately, it’s currently “90’s Week” on VH-1, and all of their videos are following suit. VH-1 will probably return to newer videos next week.

Source: Gavin

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