Listen to the full studio version of “Tomorrow” online

October 31, 2011  |  Comments Off on Listen to the full studio version of “Tomorrow” online  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Rolling Stone magazine website posted today an exclusive stream of the full studio version of “Tomorrow”.  Read More

“Tomorrow” and “Show Me” to team up on U.S. radios

October 27, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Tomorrow” and “Show Me” to team up on U.S. radios  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

After days of speculation about The Cranberries’ first single for Roses, it looks like we are starting to get some answers. At least, for the U.S. market…  Read More

“Show Me” on U.S. radios in two weeks?

October 26, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Show Me” on U.S. radios in two weeks?  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Just when we thought that The Cranberries had finally selected their first single for Roses, things became a bit more uncertain today!   Read More

“Tomorrow” on radio in mid-november?

October 24, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Tomorrow” on radio in mid-november?  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Italian website SpazioRock reports that “Tomorrow” could be released on radios around the world as soon as November 18.  Read More

Forgotten version of “Zombie” comes back from the grave

October 22, 2011  |  5 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Halloween is just around the corner and it looks like Zombies are crawling back from the grave! We have found today a slightly rougher studio version of The Cranberries 1994 hit, “Zombie”, which seems to have been forgotten by most of us.  Read More

“Conduct” becomes “Conduct Yourself”; “Raining in my Heart” is reggae-infused

October 21, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Conduct” becomes “Conduct Yourself”; “Raining in my Heart” is reggae-infused  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

New bits of information on some Roses tracks

Cooking Vinyl has just updated its site with a section about The Cranberries, in which new information is revealed about some tracks from Roses. Here are some interesting excerpts:  Read More

“Show Me The Way” is not the first ‘Roses’ single

October 20, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Show Me The Way” is not the first ‘Roses’ single  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

In a tweet message today, Noel Hogan confirmed that “Tomorrow” will be the first official single from the Roses album and that “Show Me The Way” is only a free-download track. Some media falsely reported yesterday that SMTW was the first single of the upcoming album. Thanks to Dolitsa for asking Noel.  Read More

“Show Me The Way” available as a free download now!

October 19, 2011  |  1 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

“Show Me The Way” is now available as a free download on The Cranberries Facebook site. The file will be online for two weeks.  Read More

Half disappointing night for Cranfans

October 18, 2011  |  Comments Off on Half disappointing night for Cranfans  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

While everyone in the Cranberries community was expecting the 1993 Dave Fanning Session tonight, RTÉ 2fm broadcasted the 1991 session, which was partly known from the fans.  Read More

“Show Me The Way” did leak!

October 17, 2011  |  Comments Off on “Show Me The Way” did leak!  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Lest than a couple of hours after a technical problem on TheCranberriesTV YouTube station, “Show Me The Way” leaked on Youtube via a fan account on Monday night/Tuesday morning (depending on where you live).  Read More

“Show Me The Way” possibly leaked!

October 17, 2011  |  1 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

What looks like another technical error on TheCranberriesTV YouTube channel possibly got “Show Me The Way” leaked. Late Monday night, subscribers to the YouTube channel received (yet) another notice for the upload of the “Show Me The Way” video online.  Read More

Hogan tweets two new Mono Band track titles

October 17, 2011  |  Comments Off on Hogan tweets two new Mono Band track titles  |  by Luc  |  Mono Band

Noel Hogan revealed the first two new Mono Band track titles – “Your Broken State” and “Waking Up All Over” – on Twitter today. As reported on Friday, The Cranberries’ guitarist started recording vocals with singer Fin Chambers for the second album of his side project.

Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter (noelhogan2)

Cooking Vinyl to invade America with Cranberries

October 17, 2011  |  Comments Off on Cooking Vinyl to invade America with Cranberries  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

In an article published today, MusicWeek.com reveals that British indie record label “Cooking Vinyl Records is shaping up for a major assault on the US next year after signing American-friendly The Cranberries“.  Read More

“Show Me” to be the next preview?

October 14, 2011  |  1 Comments  |  by Luc  |  The Cranberries

Late Friday night, a private video entitled “Show Me” was briefly posted on TheCranberriesTV channel on YouTube. Although it was not accessible to users to view (and hear), we can speculate that this track might be the next preview sampler.    Read More

Fin Chambers to be featured on Mono Band’s second album

October 14, 2011  |  2 Comments  |  by Luc  |  Mono Band

Noel Hogan posted a first picture of the Mono Band recording session via his Twitter account today. It looks like the guest vocalist is none other than Fin Chambers, who was featured on “Release”, from Mono Band’s first album, and the free-download track “She’s so Blue”.

Hogan added another picture later today and confirmed that Chambers was recording 3 songs for the albumRead More

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