A picture disc vinyl of “In The End” just appeared on Amazon UK.
To be released on 26 April 2019, it is already available for pre-order.
The Limerick Leader has just launched the competition to determine who is “Limerick’s All Time Great“.
Sixteen nominees who have contributed greatly to Limerick’s local life have been selected and the audience is now asked to vote for their favorite in a series of online polls pitting the nominees head-to-head at quarter-final, semi-final and eventually, final stage over the coming weeks.
First run is online, and people are asked to choose between Dolores O’Riordan and 1800s operatic superstar Catherine Hayes – poll will close on Friday morning. Just one click to vote, it’s free.
Click HERE to vote on limerickleader.ie
PS: We’re told a Limerick plaza could be named after her is she was to win… Come on Cranberries fans, you know what you have to do!
Dolores O’Riordan vs Catherine Hayes
UPDATE – FEBRUARY 1 – 2:30 PM (UTC)
Friday morning deadline has now past… and the winner is:
As you know the ceremony was live streamed on the UL website yesterday, the University also shared great photos live on their socials, as seen on Instagram
Here’s the short video they posted online:
Media covered the event early in the evening (click on each image below to read their articles directly on their websites):
The Cranberries of course appeared on yesterday evening’s Irish TV news (Virgin Media and RTE):
“I know that she’s happy & in heaven” – the words of Dolores O’Riordan’s mum Eileen, who accepted a posthumous award for her daughter from @UL. @EricGClarke has this report: pic.twitter.com/2uK46LcX40
— Virgin Media News (@VirginMediaNews) January 18, 2019
…and this morning in the Irish papers with many more articles. The band even featured on the front page of a few newspapers:
Yesterday The Cranberries were presented with an Honorary Doctorate of Letters. Fergal was unable to attend and his doctorate was accepted on his behalf by Mike. The mother of Dolores, Eileen O’Riordan, was presented with a posthumous Honorary Doctorate of Letters for Dolores O’Riordan.
Congratulations to the new Doctors!
Photo shoot #1 – Plassey House
Photo shoot #2 – Plassey House
The ceremony – Kemmy Business School
After the ceremony
(photo by Alan Ward on Twitter)
(front page + Eoin Devereux’s speech)
Special thanks to Professor Devereux, The Cranberries and the O’Riordan family
A “Rust Red” limited edition vinyl is available for pre-order on different websites such as The Vinyl Store (Spain), Norman Records (UK), What Records (UK), Lost In Vinyl (UK), Down In The Valley (USA), Amazon (France), Fnac (France) and probably many more…
The vinyl is not available in The Cranberries online store (yet?) but is 100% genuine as released via BMG.
Price varies from €18 to €25.
LP will be released on Friday 26 April.
1. All Over Now
3. Wake Me When It’s Over
4. A Place I Know
5. Catch Me If You Can
1. Got It
3. Crazy Heart
4. Summer Song
5. The Pressure
6. In The End
Thanks to Julien @jttlse on Instagram for the info!
Watch below the 5 min. report broadcast on BBC One earlier today on “The One Show”. Featuring a short interview with The Cranberries and people close to Dolores.
Thanks to irishsoul for sharing
“In The End” just appeared on iTunes revealing tracklist order as well as duration of “All Over Now” (4:16)
Let’s note that the track “Crazy Heart” does not feature on the album unlike what we initially thought.
It seems iTunes (France and Italy) got the tracklist wrong as all other platforms (including The Cranberries official webstore) announced “Crazy Heart” as track #8 as well as a different tracklist order.
The band announced “All Over Now” is to premiere tomorrow at 1:30pm on BBC Radio 2.
The track should thus not be available on any streaming platform before January 15h, 2pm!