The Cranberries posted a 15 second teaser on their socials today regarding the single “Wake Me When It’s Over”. They also wrote the word, “Tomorrow”.
Well… it looks like the 2nd music video of the album “In The End” will be released very soon and will be an animated one.
It looks like the In The End test pressings are back on sale on the official store !!!
We don’t know yet if these additional vinyls will be numbered, though there seems to be very few on sale (5 left at the moment ?)
Thanks to Stanislav Nikolov and Christophe Rennes
EDIT @ #14:15 GMT – SOLD OUT!!!
UPDATE – JUNE 14
Quite fast, the first Test Pressings arrived today and aren’t the exact same. First, they aren’t numbered and secondly they include 2 sleeves, the regular white paper sleeve and a thicker white cardboard sleeve. Both sleeves have The Cranberries logo stamped on it. Interesting!
There’s no explanation on why…
A rare Cranberries audio bootleg surfaced the internet yesterday. Recorded in Bruxelles (Belgium) at Botanique on 20 October 1994, it is available on the private torrent trackers dimeadozen.org, thanks to user ShadowsATT.
Size: 351.45 MB
Here’s below the description on DimeADozen:
No Need To Argue World Tour 1994-95
Botanique, Bruxelles – Belgium
20th October 1994
I received this audience 2nd generation audio, sourced from a MD master recording, many years ago in a tape trade.
The audio quality is average, more than average sometimes, but maybe, not good as a digital master source recording should be and this is probably due to a not proper transfer. It’s anyway still pleasantly listenable.
The concert recording is complete and there is no cuts or partial songs.
Ok, I hope this audio will be interesting for many fans of the band. Happy listening!
1x c90 Sony FX audience 2nd gen. tape cassette obtained in a trade > TEAC W-865R – 2x RCA to mini jack stereo cable – PCI CMI8738/C3DX Sound Card > HDD .wav files aquisition and tracks splitting by Audacity 2.1.3 > flac files encoding (level=5), fft fingerprints by FLAC Frontend v2.1 > .md5 whole-set signature file by mkwACT v1.0 > dime > you.
Dolores O’Riordan: Lead vocals, Guitars, Keyboards
Noel Hogan: Guitars
Mike Hogan: Bass
Fergal Lawler: Drums
01. Intro (01:46)
02. How (02:57)
03. Sunday (03:17)
04. Linger (05:34)
05. Dreaming My Dreams (04:15)
06. Daffodil Lament (04:44)
07. I Can’t Be With You (03:22)
08. Wanted (02:28)
09. I Don’t Need (03:37)
10. Ode to My Family (04:40)
11. Ridiculous Thoughts (03:48)
12. Waltzing Back (03:56)
13. Still Can’t… (03:59)
14. Zombie (05:44)
15. audience noise (encore break) (02:02)
16. No Need to Argue (03:26)
17. Empty (03:24)
18. Dreams (04:44)
Total Playing Time: 01:07:52
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Thanks to Luis and Cranberries Library for noticing!
Earlier today, the Mexican radio station “turadio online” in collaboration with Cranberries MEXICO broadcast an interview with Fergal Lawler. It was recorded on the phone on 16 May 2019.
Cranberries MEXICO have also posted the transcription (in Spanish) on Facebook.
The Cranberries are appearing on the new issue of “Total Guitar” June 2019. UK magazine featuring a 5-page article/interview entitled “In The End”.
For those living outside of UK you can purchase your copy here.
The Cranberries/Dolores O’Riordan on the new issue of “Marie Claire” (UK) June 2019, a 3-page article “Dolores O’Riordan – Life Stories”.
For those living outside of UK you can still purchase the digital edition, see here.
Thanks to The Cranberries Newspaper for the images.
Although a little later than was originally announced, the “Great Irish Songs” stamps featuring The Cranberries are now on sale here… and they do have the correct lyrics “as it seems”. The Cranberries stamp is valid for national postage only.
And as today is the first day, don’t miss the FDC (first day cover) special: