Press release: streaming “Analyse”, “Wake Up” cover, inserts

September 14, 2001  |  Comments Off on Press release: streaming “Analyse”, “Wake Up” cover, inserts  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ —

 

“Analyse,” the premiere video from The Cranberries’ new MCA album WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE, has been uploaded to the band’s website and is now available for streaming. This marks one of first times a new music video has been made available to fans in full streaming mode. The entire full-length “Analyse” video can be found exclusively on The Cranberries’ own official website — www.cranberries.ie, viewable using Real Player or Quicktime (click on the WUASTC section within the site).

 

WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE, the new album, is due from MCA Records on October 3 in Japan, October 15 internationally, October 22 in the UK, and October 23 in the US and Canada. Each of the four different versions of album (Japan, International, UK and US) features slightly different front cover images, inner band images and bonus tracks. The artwork was created by internationally renowned designer Storm Thorgerson.

 

The album follows the premiere single, “ANALYSE,” which is currently at radio around the world. The international commercial single “Analyse” is due for release September 18, and features a remix by Marius deVries (“Analyse” Oceanic Remix) plus two previously unreleased live tracks. The UK version of the CD single will be released in the UK October 15.

 

Comprised of singer Dolores O’Riordan, Fergal Lawler, and brothers Noel and Mike Hogan — The Cranberries released their multi-platinum debut, “Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?” in 1991. Two years later, the single “Linger” reached the Top 10, with their debut album selling 1 million in North America and debuting at #1 on the UK charts. Their second album, “No Need To Argue” (1994), sold 12 million copies, propelled by the hit single “Zombie.” The Cranberries’ third album “To The Faithful Departed” was released in 1996, while their 1999 fourth album “Bury The Hatchet” hit #1 in 17 countries. “Wake Up And Smell The Coffee” was produced by Stephen Street (The Smiths, Morrissey, Blur), producer of the band’s first two albums.

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