“Zombie” to get the pop-up treatment

February 28, 2002  |  Comments Off on “Zombie” to get the pop-up treatment  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

VH1 released a press release yesterday stating that The Cranberries would be one of the many artists featured in a new line of VH1 shows to air next week. New material about the band hasn’t been seen on American TV since MTV2’s late-night “Label Block” back in November.

The brand-new Pop-Up Video for “Zombie” will premiere next Thursday night, alongside videos for Matchbox Twenty’s “Mad Season,” Dave Matthews Band’s “I Did It,” Dido’s “Thank You,” and Starship’s “Sara.”

Pop-Up Video, which reveals interesting did-you-know facts about the videos and their bands, has become a staple of VH1’s programming, making even the worst of 80’s pop most entertaining. Ironically, although Zombie is considered the band’s most popular hit, it is actually the fourth video to be used on the show, with “Dreams,” “Linger,” and “Ode to My Family” all preceding it.

The “Zombie” Pop-Up Video will premiere next Thursday, March 7th at 7:30 PM EST
Don’t forget to watch!

Source: Press Release

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