Zombie is #10 in the list of the most-streamed tracks by Irish artists of all-time

March 17, 2015  |  Comments Off on Zombie is #10 in the list of the most-streamed tracks by Irish artists of all-time  |  by Jury  |  The Cranberries

The popular streaming service Spotify.com has shared its list of the top 20 most-streamed tracks by Irish artists of all-time to mark the St Patrick’s Day celebrations.

The Cranberries’ hit song Zombie is #10

Take Me To Church by Hozier tops the chart, while The Script are in second place with their song Hall of Fame. U2 have five tracks in the list, and Sinead O’Connor’s song Nothing Compares 2 U is #20 in the list.

Full list is here

Happy St Patrick’s Day 🙂

Source: Independent.co.uk

More information about O’Riordan/Alexandrakis collaboration

March 12, 2015  |  5 Comments  |  by Jury  |  D.A.R.K., Dolores O'Riordan

Composer/producer Eric Alexandrakis continues to tease Dolores’ fans with new exciting bits of information about their collaboration. And it seems like this collaboration has an official title now: Electrons featuring Dolores O’Riordan (Electrons is the name of Alexandrakis’ project which includes different musicians from bands like Duran Duran, The Cure, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and others).
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The Cranberries #36 in what British people love the most in Ireland

March 10, 2015  |  1 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

No, Guinness is not what British people love the most in Ireland, Irish accent is !!
Guinness “only” is number 2.

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The Cranberries are number 36 which 25 years after their debut is not that bad. By comparison U2 is #16, Sinead O’Connor #17 (both recently released an album) Thin Lizzy #22 and The Pogues #10 amongst many other ultimate Irish legends.

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The list of the 50 greatest Irish things was made according to a survey which took into account the opinions of more than 2000 people in the UK.

No doubt most of you readers/fans would have placed The Cranberries as reason #1 to love and visit Ireland. Right?

Source: Independent.ie

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