Remembering the Cranberries visit to Cork in 1991

October 22, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

The article “Memories that linger: Remembering the Cranberries visit to Cork in 1991” was published today on irishexaminer.com
As The Cranberries re-release their debut album in a 4CD boxset that includes a few live songs from Cork Rock 91, Ed Power looks back on a landmark gig at Sir Henry’s in Cork in 1991.


Photo: Siobhan Bardsley

A series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel – 3rd and last

October 19, 2018  |  1 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

This week The Cranberries are sharing a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 2017 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of “Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We?”

Here is the third and last video posted on the band’s socials earlier today:

“The determination to make their first album – Dolores O’Riordan (2017)”

Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We – 25th Anniversary

This week we have been sharing a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of 'Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We'. Here is the last one…

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Freitag, 19. Oktober 2018

A series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel – 2nd

October 17, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

This week The Cranberries are sharing a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of “Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We?”

Here is the second video posted on the band’s socials earlier today:

“Going from Limerick to global superstars – Noel Hogan (2017)”

'Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We' – 25th Anniversary

This week we will share a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of 'Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We'. Here is the second…

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Mittwoch, 17. Oktober 2018

A series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel – 1st

October 15, 2018  |  2 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

This week The Cranberries will share a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of “Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We?”

Here is the first video posted on the band’s socials earlier today:

“Linger and the sudden rise to fame – Dolores O’Riordan (2017)”

Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We – The 25th Anniversary

This week we will share a series of short interviews with Dolores and Noel, filmed back in 2016 when they were working on the release of the 25th Anniversary box set of 'Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We'. Here is the first..

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Montag, 15. Oktober 2018

Dolores #1 female artist in alternative songs chart’s History

October 11, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Dolores O’Riordan literally rules the Billboard chart’s History as top female artist in the alternative songs chart according to the article published earlier today on billboard.com

The Cranberries frontwoman counts 8 entries in the chart (Linger, Dreams, Zombie, Ode To My Family, Ridiculous Thoughts, Salvation, Free To Decide, Promises) including a pair of number 1s. Brilliant!

Thanks to ‘The Cranberries Newspaper’ on Facebook for finding the article.

“Shine Down” demo premiering now exclusively on billboard.com (UPDATED)

October 11, 2018  |  4 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Billboard.com just published a new interview with Noel Hogan featuring the track “Shine Down” that should be the “Nothing Left At All” cassette version of the song that we know (impossible to tell as their player does not seem to be working at the moment).

Noel interestingly mentions that he hopes the other Cranberries albums will be given the same anniversary treatment as Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We. However he notes that it “would be harder to find (bonus) things because with (Everybody Else…) we had all the years of build-up for us to get to that point, a lot of stuff between demos and gigs and things that we were able to include. The problem going forward is that album came out and became very successful, so everything we did after that was released or used straightaway. To find rarities may be a bit of a struggle — though I could be wrong. Things could pop up that I may have forgotten about“.

Definitely something fans should be able to help with 😉

Noel also confirms that the final Cranberries album, In The End, should be “very emotional, because of all the things that were going on in Dolores’ life“, and reasserts that “she was psyched about doing the album“, which makes “her death” something “very, very unfair” as “she was very, very positive” : “when she started writing this album it was all very positive and she couldn’t wait to get into the studio or back on the road again“, especially as the band was planning to tour in China in March.

Photo: Limerick Leader

Thanks to ‘The Cranberries Newspaper’ on Facebook and Diego on Twitter for noticing.


UPDATE – OCTOBER 11 – 10:24 PM (UTC)

“Shine Down (Nothing Left At All – EP Version)” also available on Apple Music from October 12th… meaning if it’s not midnight yet in your country, you’ll have to wait a couple of hours more!

The song also just appeared on YouTube/VEVO on the official channel of The Cranberries:

Dolores O’Riordan – Quote

October 11, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Third promo video shared by The Cranberries on their socials ahead of the release of “Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can’t We? 25th Anniversary Edition” out on 19 October 2018.
After Fergal 2 days ago, Noel yesterday, now it is Dolores’ turn.

Video is entitled “Dolores O’Riordan”

Dolores O'Riordan

'Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can't We?', the 25th Anniversary Edition is out on 19th October. https://TheCranberries.lnk.to/EEIDISWCW

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2018

 

Pre-order the “25th Anniversary Edition” by clicking this link.

Brighton pub mural pays tribute to Dolores O’Riordan

October 10, 2018  |  2 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries

The Prince Albert pub in Brighton England is known for the famous painted faces which adorn its exterior wall (on the side of the pub, facing Frederick Place). “The Prince Albert Mural” also known as “Icons” pays tribute to music greats and depicts the best international music icons that have passed away.

The updated version now includes Dolores O’Riordan among many other iconic stars.

Also updated: Google Street View

Thanks to Ivan for the info.

Noel Hogan – Quote

October 10, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries just shared a 2nd short video on their socials ahead of the release of “Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can’t We? 25th Anniversary Edition” out on 19 October 2018.
After Fergal yesterday, today is Noel’s turn.

Video is entitled “Noel Hogan”

Noel Hogan

'Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can't We?', the 25th Anniversary Edition is out on 19th October. https://TheCranberries.lnk.to/EEIDISWCW

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2018

 

Pre-order the “25th Anniversary Edition” by clicking this link.

“There’s a song called IN THE END” – interview on rollingstone.com

October 9, 2018  |  9 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Ahead of the 25th-anniversary reissue of EEIDI, rollingstone.com just published a new interview with guitarist Noel Hogan. He discusses the band’s early days as well as the upcoming final album with Dolores O’Riordan, “IN THE END” to be released early next year.

So there’s a song called “In the End,” it’s the last song on the album, and it just kind of summed up the whole album and the band. Because it’s definitely the end of it for us. So we’ve called it that. In the End. – Noel Hogan

Photo: Dermot Lynch/Limerick Leader

Fergal Lawler – Quote

October 9, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries just shared a short video on their socials ahead of the release of “Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can’t We? 25th Anniversary Edition” out on 19 October 2018.

Video is entitled “Fergal Lawler – Quote”

Fergal Lawler – Quote

'Everybody Else Is Doing it So Why Can't We?': 25th Anniversary Edition. Out 19th October. https://TheCranberries.lnk.to/EEIDISWCW

Gepostet von The Cranberries am Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2018

 

Pre-order the “25th Anniversary Edition” by clicking this link.

“Íosa” lyrics and English translation now available! (4 UPDATES)

October 3, 2018  |  16 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Thanks to doloresoriordanspain.com who just published the lyrics of “Íosa” with the English translation.

Dolores O’Riordan Spain thanks Sanela Nesensohn and Bitesize Irish Gaelic (https://www.bitesize.irish) for an approximation to the lyrics of the song and its translation in English”.

Our ‘Song List A-Z’ page has now been updated with Íosa

 

ÍOSA

Suite ar chathaoir mhaorga ag smaoineamh …(?)…
Anois ar a laethanta saoire
Na blianta crua curtha síos
Seanathair, a sheanathair
(líne dothuigthe)
Saol le chéile le do chéile
Blianta caite ón am sin
Nócha trí bliain, nócha trí bliain

A Íosa
Cad é  …(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad é  …(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

Suite ar an gcathaoir shoilseach
D’fhéach sé orm, cád é a dheir mé
Na laethanta crua curtha síos
Seanathair, a sheanathair
Mise …(?)… ar sheanathair
Suí/saol le chéile le do …(?)…
Blianta caite ón am sin
Nócha trí bliain, nócha trí bliain

A Íosa
Cad é  …(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad é  ...(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

A Íosa
Cad é  …(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad é  ...(?)…
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

__________________________________

JESUS

Sitting on a majestic chair (throne) thinking …(?)…
Now on his holidays
The hard years put down
Grandfather, oh grandfather
(Unintelligible line)
Life together with your spouse/companion
Years spent since then
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come
Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come

Sitting on the luminous chair
He looked at me, what did I say
The hard days put down
Grandfather, oh grandfather
Me …(?)… grandfather
Sit/life together with your …(?)…
Years spent since then
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come
Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come

Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come
Jesus
What is …(?)…
Jesus
May Your Kingdom come


UPDATE #1 – OCTOBER 4 – 8:45 PM (UTC)

English translation updated with the help of our Irish friends Kevin and Caroline.

Sitting on a lordly/majestic chair
Thinking back on his holidays
Difficult years put down
Grandad, oh Grandad
(Unintelligible line)
Life together with your wife
Years spent from that time
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come

Sitting on a glittering chair
He looked at me, what did I say
The tough years put down
Grandad, oh Grandad
Me and my Grandad
Life together with your wife
Years spent since then
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
What is the end Thy kingdom come


UPDATE #2 – OCTOBER 4

Thanks to Aileen for her help. “Thy Kingdom Come”. Edited!


UPDATE #3 – OCTOBER 6 – 9:00 AM (UTC)

“Íosa” lyrics almost completed + PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION added.
Special thanks to Sue Shearer and Dearbhail O’Mahoney, you rock!!

GAELIC

Suite ar chathaoir mhaorga ag
Smaoineamh anois ar a laethanta saoire
Na blianta crua curtha síos
Seanathair, a sheanathair
(líne dothuigthe)
Saol le chéile le do chéile
Blianta caite ón am sin
Nócha trí bliain, nócha trí bliain

A Íosa
Cad etá le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad éta le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

Suite ar an gcathaoir shoilseach
D’fhéach sé orm, cád é a dheir mé
Na laethanta crua curtha síos
Seanathair, a sheanathair
Mise …(?)… ar sheanathair
Saol le chéile le do chéile
Blianta caite ón am sin
Nócha trí bliain, nócha trí bliain

A Íosa
Cad etá le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad etá le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

A Íosa
Cad etá le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht
A Íosa
Cad etá le rá
A Íosa
Go dtaga do riocht

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Sitting on a lordly/majestic chair
Thinking back on his holidays
Difficult years put down
Grandad, oh Grandad
(Unintelligible line)
Life together with your wife
Years spent from that time
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come

Sitting on a glittering chair
He looked at me, what did I say
The tough years put down
Grandad, oh Grandad
Me and my Grandad
Life together with your wife
Years spent since then
Ninety three years, Ninety three years

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come

Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come
Oh Jesus
What is there to say
Oh Jesus
Thy kingdom come

PHONETIC TRANSCRIPTION

Sitter er-a car-hear wer-ga
Smee-noff arnish lenta seera
No bleeanta cru-a cur-ha sheese
Shana-hear, a yhana-hear
…(?)…
Syal la khayla leh doh khayla
Bleeanta car-ter ohn om shin
No-kha tree blee-an, no-kha tree blee-an

A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt
A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt

Sitter er-a car-hear oilsha
Dechk shay orum, card er year meh
No lenta cru-a cur-ha sheese
Shana-hear, a yhana-hear
…(?)… er yhana-hear
Syal la khayla leh doh khayla
Bleeanta car-ter ohn om shin
No-kha tree blee-an, no-kha tree blee-an

A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt
A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt

A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt
A Eesa
Card aytar leh rah
A Eesa
Guh dag-uh duh rochkt


UPDATE #4 – OCTOBER 7 – 0:30 AM (UTC)

(Unintelligible line) could be in Gaelic “Croí sin an a sheanmháthair” (no 100% garantee!) which possibly means “Grandmother’s heart” in English. Phonetic transcription: “Cree shin an ar yhanmo-hear”.

Full lyrics + full translation + full phonetic directly on our “Íosa” page by clicking this link.

Please understand all those different translations/transcriptions might still include a few mistakes!

Another very rare photo!

October 3, 2018  |  3 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

The photo was posted yesterday on Instagram by user joanna.cran.pic

Rare live recording of “False” (Portsmouth 1993)

October 1, 2018  |  1 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Rare audio from the audience. “False” recorded live in concert on 23 February 1993 in Portsmouth at Portsmouth Pyramids Centre. The Cranberries were opening for Belly. Thanks to Luis Hernández for sharing.

12 months with Dolores: tribute calendar by The Hand

September 23, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan

Yesterday the cartoonist The Hand updated on Facebook the group photo in Calendolores2019. His tribute calendar project looks almost ready! Don’t hesitate to join the group and share his post(s).

Féile legends reunite in tribute to late singer Dolores O’Riordan

September 23, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan

“WATCH: Féile legends reunite in stunning tribute to late Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan”
Article published on tipperarystar.ie, watch the video directly on their website (link above)


tipperarystar.ie

“Fuarú” – Sibéal – The Late Late Show – RTÉ One

September 22, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  Other News

Artist Sibéal performed her version of The Cranberries’ “Linger” as Gaeilge yesterday at ‘The Late Late Show’ on Irish TV RTÉ One. Watch below:

“IN THE END” The Cranberries’ final album title amended by The Guardian (UPDATED)

September 14, 2018  |  20 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

The Guardian just edited their online version of their interview with the lads as there were a few mistakes. Read below the notification added in the very last lines:

This story was updated to correct two errors. The Aer Lingus incident occurred in 2014, not 2016. At the time of her death, O’Riordan was in London to mix a record with her side project D.A.R.K, not to record vocals for Bad Wolves.

Furthermore, the article now features another amendement regarding the name of the album. “THIS IS THE END” has now been replaced by “IN THE END”… Could that be another mistake that hasn’t been listed in their “update list”?

Let’s not numerous fans have already been commenting on how heartbreaking “This Is The End” sounds, so let’s hope this time The Guardian got the title right…

1st version with “This Is The End”

2nd version with “In The End”


UPDATE – SEPTEMBER 14 – 3:30 PM (UTC)

The guardian edited their online article for the second time, again amending errors, although this time the name of the album hasn’t changed. So now looks very likely that “In The End” will be the title of the ultimate album.

We may thus wonder if this was a mistake from the journalist – as we can imagine that The Guardian would have listed this error on their “update list” while amending the article for the 2nd time – or if the band has decided to change the title between Sept 3rd and yesterday, thus requiring an amendment once the article was already printed.

3rd version still with “In The End”

Here’s also below the hard copy of the newspaper, shared by ‘The Cranberries Newspaper’ on Facebook, thanks to them. It appears that the printed paper features a different photo of the lads and the first version of the article, meaning the album title mentioned is “This Is The End”.



Photo shoot in Cancún 2017: Never seen before pic

September 12, 2018  |  1 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

A never seen before pic from the photo shoot in Cancún, Mexico in February 2017 was shared yesterday by The Cranberries on Facebook.

“Dolores was turning her life around before tragic death, she was full of hope for the future”

September 10, 2018  |  2 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan

“Dolores was turning her life around before tragic death, she was full of hope for the future”
The article was published in print yesterday in the Irish newspaper ‘Sunday Independent’ and is now available online today on independent.ie (link above)

Photo credit: David Conachy

RTÉ apologizes regarding the ‘Joe Jackson tapes revisited’

September 7, 2018  |  26 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

Yesterday, September 6th, RTÉ published an apology regarding the ‘Joe Jackson tapes revisited’ show which aired last week on Radio 1.
As pointed earlier by our team and other fans, the broadcast appeared to feature a ten minutes interview of Sinead Lohan from 1998 that was incorretly attributed to Dolores O’Riordan. Moreover, “there was a clear inference that the members of The Cranberries band had used drugs”.
A correction and apologies from RTÉ were thus in order.

Press statement issued by the O’Riordan family

September 7, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries

Press statement issued by the O’Riordan family and published at 5:16 AM (Irish time) today on The Cranberries Facebook:

‘We’re just glad it is over’ – Family of Dolores O’Riordan as coroner records her death as ‘accidental’

September 6, 2018  |  No Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan

'We're just glad it is over' – Family of Dolores O'Riordan as coroner records her death as 'accidental'

Gepostet von Cranberries World am Donnerstag, 6. September 2018

 

 

 

Limerick man ‘Dreams’ up Dolores O’Riordan flag tribute

September 1, 2018  |  2 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Other News

Interesting article posted on limerickleader.ie

Seoirse Laffan’s ‘Dreams’ flag hung proudly at the Na Piarsaigh homecoming

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