“Science Agrees” being taken down from digital platforms?!

August 19, 2016  |  5 Comments  |  by Camille  |  D.A.R.K., Dolores O'Riordan

Did digital platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer & co get “Science Agrees” release date wrong?

It seems something tricky is happening as the album was just taken down from iTunes music a couple of hours ago, now followed by Apple Music!!!
Could it be that these platforms were not informed that the release date was pushed back? This is a possibility, we’ll see in the following hours if the album remains available on other streaming platforms (Deezer, Spotify…)

If you want to get your hands on it before September 9th, make it fast cause you might not be able to buy it in the upcoming hours/days!!!

Whatever is happening,┬áthere’s definitely a mess surrounding this release which was already postponed twice since May 27th…
As mentioned in our previous post, Pledge Music is now announcing that people who preordered the signed CD/LP on their website should expect it to be delivered on October 21st!!!
Last, Amazon.com now mentions a digital release on August 19th and a physical release on October 14th, see below screencap:

2016.08.19 sc amazon usa

What the hell is happening?
Would the band fail to mention the digital album release today whereas they keep on promoting the upcoming Irish shows?

Thanks to Cranberryesque for drawing our attention on Amazon’s new release date

The album has now been removed from Spotify & Deezer too!

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5 Responses to “Science Agrees” being taken down from digital platforms?!

  1. Anon

    I was wondering why it wouldnt download from itunes Usa. I can still listen on spotify for now. They need to get their shit together as this very frustrating for the fans!

  2. Anon

    My preorder finally downloaded from itunes usa last nite. Glad i got it! Its soooo good!!

  3. Tip

    Fear is they will also postpone Sept shows!! bet are super open!

  4. Axl

    Sorry about that, I first thought you were replying to a bot and I was about to delete all criss comments. After checking closely it is not a bot. As there is no censorship on Cranberries World, the comments stays… even if a bit weird indeed LOL


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