The Cranberries are apparently set to record their next DVD at the Paris Zénith this month, according to some member of the band’s road team.
This could explain the mysterious “DVD Set List” inscription on the Luxembourg setlist sheet we reported a few days ago. The ‘berries could have practice this setlist on that night, in preparation to the Paris show. The band has not confirmed the information yet, though. So this is, for now, still a rumour.
In 1999, the band also recorded their last DVD (Beneath the Skin) in Paris, at the Bercy amphitheater. Even though it will be filmed in the same city, the upcoming Zénith show should give a completely different, cosy atmosphere as this venue capacity is 7 000 persons, compare to 17 000 with the Bercy amphitheater. The Paris choice could have been made for practical reasons, as the people at the venue might have some expertise in filming concerts (many concerts were filmed there in the past).
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Yesterday’s Antwerpen show went on in a chaotic atmosphere, according to fans attending the several shows on this tour. The venue’s sound quality was not up to standards. Due this poor sound quality, it seemed like some front-row fans were shouting more loudly than the band was playing. The band seemed to have completely lost concentration — Dolores smiling at the situation during the sad-theme “Put Me Down” and “21”–, and the surrounding crowd, annoyed and a bit sour.