Dolores performs 4 songs at Vatican

December 17, 2001  |  Comments Off on Dolores performs 4 songs at Vatican  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  Dolores O'Riordan

The Cranberries Official Website has updated with some brief news of Dolores’s performance at the Vatican.

Dolores in fact performed four songs for Pope John Paul II, two in addition to the two she was scheduled to play. They were, namely:

1. Analyse
2. Panis Angelicus
3. Little Drummer Boy
4. Silent Night

The four songs were played with a 67-piece orchestra that accompanied all of the artists performing, which included Terence Trent D’Arby, Westlife and Russell Watson among many others. It is uncertain if all four songs will be broadcasted during the Chirstmas Eve worldwide broadcast.

The Cranberries Official Website has also updated with a few more European tour dates for next spring, spanning Germany, Norway, France, and other countries.

Source: The Cranberries Official Website

Dolores performs for The Pope!

December 16, 2001  |  Comments Off on Dolores performs for The Pope!  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  Dolores O'Riordan

As planned, The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan performed solo last night for Pope John Paul II last night in the Vatican as part of the annual Vatican Christmas concert, which is now in its 19th installment. The show is part of a charity to build new churches around Rome. The concert was filmed, and, according to the BBC, will be broadcasted to well over 200 million people around the world. Dolores was slated to play two songs, “Analyse” and “Panis Angelicus”.

Irish popstars Westlife were added to the billing at the last minute, and met the Pope in a private audience with him. A press conference was held on Friday, which Dolores attended in a lovely violet dress. She told the press that she was honored to have been invited to the prestigious performance. You can click here to watch a video of the press conference, but Dolores does not make an appearance in the video.

“They asked for Dolores personally, they wanted her to appear on her own. The invitation was accepted,” said Dolores’s husband, Don Burton, prior to the press conference.

In addition to the broadcast on the Italian channel Canal 5, the show will also be on the Italian radio station RTL 102.5, and on TV on Tara Digital in the UK (Christmas Day). The concert will also be on several other channels throughout the globe.

We should have much more news about the concert soon, so check back, and be sure to check your local listings for the broadcast around December 24th.

Sources: BBC, KW Musica, Irish Examiner

“TITO” single 2-track, 4-track tracklistings

December 16, 2001  |  Comments Off on “TITO” single 2-track, 4-track tracklistings  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Zombieguide has received the first word of the tracklistings for the upcoming “Time is Ticking Out” single.

2-Track Version:
1. Time Is Ticking Out (Album version)
2. Loud And Clear (Live at Vicar Street, November 11th, 2000)

4-Track Version:
1. Time is Ticking Out (Album version)
2. Time is Ticking Out Remix (Marius De Vries Long Version)
3. Shattered (Live at Vicar Street, November 11th, 2000)
4. Analyse (video)

We still don’t have a firm release date for the single, but judging from the relevance of this information, it should be quite soon.

Thanks to Electric Blue for the info.

Source: Exclusive

Crans on cover of “Network 40” mag

December 13, 2001  |  Comments Off on Crans on cover of “Network 40” mag  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries are on the cover of a recent issue of the US-based industry-only magazine “Network 40”, and includes a 2-page article on the band and “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee”.
Check out a scan of the cover below.

Source: Exclusive

“Analyse: The Remixes” German 3-track promo released

December 12, 2001  |  Comments Off on “Analyse: The Remixes” German 3-track promo released  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

MCA has released a 3-track promo CD in Germany of the three different mixes of “Analyse”, including the elusive “Oceanic Long Version”. The CD also has some unique art; although it has the same photo as the common “Analyse” single, it does not include the Thorgerson-induced red spots found on the previous promo.

The tracklisting is:

1. Analyse (Oceanic Radio Edit)
2. Analyse (Oceanic Long Version)
3. Analyse (Album Version)

Check out some scans of the art and CD, below.

Source: Exclusive

Edge 102 performance photos

December 12, 2001  |  Comments Off on Edge 102 performance photos  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Edge 102 has posted performance photos from last week in Toronto, where The Cranberries played three songs live on the air and participated in an interview. Zombieguide staffer Tara is in one of these shots, though I suppose she’ll have to show me which one. Although, she should be sharing her own exclusive photos sometime soon, so check back. For now, click below…

Source: Edge 102

2002 setlist expected to “surprise the public”

December 11, 2001  |  Comments Off on 2002 setlist expected to “surprise the public”  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

In an interview taken two weeks ago for Navegalia.com, The Cranberries revealed that they’ve been practicing heavily and that next spring, eager fans will be in store for a few surprises in the Wake Up and Smell the Coffee 2002 World Tour.

Q: Next March you’re coming to perform in Spain. What will your concerts be like?
A: We expect to really surprise the public. We’ve been rehearsing for three weeks and we’ve decided to include alot of old songs because it’s been awhile since we’ve played them and we want to bring them back.

Another question revealed some new information about the oft-speculated “greatest hits” compilation (of which the Crans released a promo version of earlier this year, titled “Preserved”).

Q: After five discs, have you planned to release a compilation?
A: Yes, we think we’ll do it around this time next year (2002).

For the full interview, click here. (Link no longer available)
Thanks to INNER for the tip.

Source: Navegalia.com

Zombieguide @ Baltimore Arena – Dec.08, 2001

December 11, 2001  |  Comments Off on Zombieguide @ Baltimore Arena – Dec.08, 2001  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

People often say that its not always the best experience seeing your favorite band at a festival because not everyone is “into” that band. I think now that that theory has just been thrown out the window just before my very eyes. When Dolores walked off the stage, my throat was raw, my palms were anxiously sore, but I’m convinced it was one of the best experiences of my life. If The Cranberries’s performance at the Mistletoe Meltdown wasn’t the “best” experience I think I’ve had, anyone would be hard-pressed to come up with something better.

The lead singer for Five for Fighting was on first, with a skimpy 3-song acoustic setlist (At first I was worried each band would be limited to three songs). Then came American Hi-Fi with a pretty good (although blaring) rock set, while the lead singer even mingled with the crowd on the last song, putting most people on the floor on their feet.

Then, one of Mix 96.5’s radio personalities came on, declaring, “Ladies and Gentlemen, The Cranberries!” A cheer rang out, the first chords to “Zombie” hummed over my ecstatic cries of “I LOVE YOU DOLORESSS~~~!!! YOU ARE MY GODDESS~~~!!!!!!”, and immediately, everyone on the floor level jumped to their feet, and most stayed there for the full 8-song set. As for those folks in the bleachers — well, most of them didn’t stand once during the entire show, even when Better Then Ezra tried to verbally pry them out of their seats with a crowbar.

The setlist was:
1. Zombie
2. Analyse
3. Time is Ticking Out
4. Salvation
5. Linger
6. Free to Decide
7. I Really Hope
8. Dreams

A “tight” setlist, as one person described it, but a good one. This is one of the very few concerts I can call to memory where the Crans have started a set with “Zombie”, but it’s an incredibly good idea. The crowd was in it from the beginning, and the energy lasted until “Dreams”.

“Salvation” rocked the house, and “Linger” had the crowd’s lips moving to the lyrics.

I was particularly pleased to hear “I Really Hope” for the first time live, and I really hope (yes, pun intended) that it becomes a staple of the setlist — it’s completely killer live! When I got the chance to speak to Fergal, I told him that it was a great addition, with his humble reply being, “We’re still working on that one.”

“Dreams” was the usual icing on the cake for the short show, and I think everybody was left wanting a little more. But hey, that’s what world tours are for, right? Of course, for myself, the show was small beans compared to what followed…

Do you have a review or even a setlist from a recent concert? Email it to us.

Source: Exclusive

“OH LORDIE” WE MET FERGAL! Part 2

December 9, 2001  |  Comments Off on “OH LORDIE” WE MET FERGAL! Part 2  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

After some humbly-accepted Zombieguide compliments, Fergal and I got the chance to chat, sign anything Chris and I could pull out of our pockets (including the “soiled napkin” !!), and take photos (which we’ll have shortly!).

First was the staple “What did you think of the show? Was it good?”, which I responded with an emphatic “It was awesome!” I also complimented the addition of “I Really Hope” to the setlist, to which he responded, “We’re still working on that one.”

Next I asked him if the band had contemplated choosing their next single to follow “Time is Ticking Out”. He said that they might possibly choose “Never Grow Old”, but that they are also considering “I Really Hope” or “This is the Day” as the third single to “Wake Up”. Singles, though, he said are really “hard to choose”.

Next came the subject of their DVD “Beneath the Skin”, released in January. Fergal conveyed that the band was not happy with the final product, which has had some notorious loading complaints. I myself told him of my own experiences with PlayStation2 incompatibility. Apparently, the menu and loading problems are universal, and the band may have all of the DVD discs recalled in the near future. He correctly stated that Image did a poor treatment of the programming, and that the band will find a different company to reissue the disc in 2002.

After the autographs, he was disappointed that he had nothing on the bus to give me. However, he told me that if I wrote down my address, he’d mail some stuff over to me, including — get this — a copy of “Watercircle”! And while we were on rare early material, Paul spoke up about the elusive “Uncertain” video. Fergal was somewhat surprised to find that a copy hadn’t surfaced, even though the early attempt was “kind of embarassing”. He said then though that he would try his best to have it soon on the official site.

“I really appreciate it,” he told me as we said our goodbyes, and thus ended quite possibly the best night of my life.

Source: Exclusive

“OH LORDIE” WE MET FERGAL! Part 1

December 9, 2001  |  Comments Off on “OH LORDIE” WE MET FERGAL! Part 1  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

As we posted here earlier, Zombieguide editor Cranguy made the pilgrimage yesterday to Baltimore, MD, to the Mistletoe Meltdown 2001. Sure, the concert was incredible beyond description, but that wasn’t the ambrosia of the night. Pictures, setlist, all the good stuff is coming soon.

Weeks before the event, I had planned to meet Paul (aka “YeatsGrave”), an internet veteran of all things Cranberries. The plans somewhat fell apart, but I had told him approximately where I was sitting, and by stroke of luck, he found us.

Several bands after The Cranberries, Alanis Morissette was in the midst of her gig, after a tedious and buzz-killing hour-long setup. It was then that Paul rushed over to me, yelling as best as he could over the speakers, something about, “If you want an autograph…”. I really didn’t know where he was going with that, but I grabbed my coat and followed. We went back near where he was sitting, very close to the mixing area.

Step #1: First Encounter With Angry School Bus
Behind the flimsy barricade stood a starkly familiar face that I caught with several eye scans. It was Fergal! He stood beside Russel Burton, the band’s backup keyboardist. I took a slow step toward the railing, when a chunky, intimidating woman in a yellow event shirt (who I mistaked for a school bus for a second), yelled with a blunt grunt, “No walking through here!”. I point at Fergal, and she jiggled her head from side to side in a commanding, “NO!”

Step #2: Negotiate with Angry School Bus
I walked away disappointed, but not beaten. I looked back and saw the creature had returned to her aluminum chair. She stared at me. I walked back towards her. “Can I please get an autograph from The Cranberries’s drummer?!” I pleaded. Once again, the growling, “No!” Nazis. *sigh* But I know she was only doing her job. At this point, I was carefully choosing two options: Performing an illegal act by passing a school bus while it is showing its bright red “STOP” lights or go back to my seat and wait for a better time. I wisely chose the second.

Step #3: Waiting in the Rain
I said to my friend Chris (who will have his own impressions up here soon), “As soon as her set’s over, we’re running back there!” Begrudgingly, I looked back impatiently while Alanis shrieked on stage. Finally, I looked back and Fergal was gone. So much for that plan.
So her set was over. I walked back stealthfully past the mixing area once again. He was definitely gone. Odds are, he was still in the arena, however. Now another two options: Carpe diem or watch a band I care none about. I knew that there was no re-admission when I walked out the door, but that was fine. Things were getting repetitive.
As I started walking out, Paul and his significant other caught up. I asked them if they wanted to try to catch them, but when they realized they wouldn’t be able to get back in, they hesitated, and so we said what I thought would be our final goodbye.
So Chris and I stood for a half hour in the drizzling rain, among an angry hoarde of Alanis junkies. Poor Chris. Didn’t even have sleeves on his fleece. After a few minutes, Paul and his boyfriend changed their minds and met up with us. And so we waited and waited.

Step #4: Desperate Yelling
Finally, a few figures appeared, walking out of the underground entrance. Paul began yelling, “Cranberries!! Wohoo!! Yeah!!” while my eyes were still focusing on the dark shadows.
“You guys want some autographs?” yelled one of the band’s backups. “YES!! PLEASE!! AUTOGRAPH!! SIGN!! FERGAL!!” I yelled desperately, waving my poor, unfortunate, wrinkled-by-excitement “Uncertain” EP in the air. They gave a hearty laugh. The door to the immense tour bus opened. They stepped on, and the engine started.

Step #5: Final Desperation (Warning: Kids, do not try this at home)
I stood silently, prepared to have my fragile, flabby heart snapped in two. Paul, who met Fergal at the sound mixer with no 2-ton encounters, was already content. “That is coooold!” he told me with emphatic sympathy.
I ran alongside the bus, with another flimsy barrier between me and my goal. At the front, I found the only window not tinted and shut with blinds — the driver’s window. I leaned over the barrier, hoping that he would recognize the band’s first commercial release, or even more so, my frantic pointing and my “air signature”. He looked at me and laughed. Minutes later, a roadie came to the front of the bus, enjoying a “beverage”. He also stared at me, holding his cup with one hand, and a hopeless, sarcastic thumbs-up given with with other.
At this point, I was the personification of desperation. I was down on my knees, holding Uncertain between my begging palms. Finally, Chris got the most stupid yet brilliant idea of a lifetime. “I got an idea!!” he told me, “Give me your Sharpie!”. He pulled a soiled napkin out of his pocket, thanks to the overpriced “Super Dogs” at the concession stand. He unfolded it, and wrote, “ZOMBIE GUIDE.COM” and held it up to the window, joining me on my knees, his knees in a puddle, whilst Alanis junkies began gathering around us for some second-hand excitement.

Success: “Oh Lordie!”
Could they be so heartless? I was bound to find out. I saw some heads inside turn around, and I hoped for the best. A figure approached the front and I recognized him as Fergal! Without thinking I ran to the back of the bus, thinking that he would meet me where I was standing when they boarded. I looked back and saw Fergal standing at the rail.

He held out his hand and I ecstatically shook it. “Hi, I’m Alex,” I said with an insuppressible grin.
“You’re not Alex from Zombieguide, are you?”
“Yeah!”
“Oh Lordie!” he said, “Zombieguide’s awesome!”

Source: Exclusive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Crans join “Second Cup” for album promotion

December 6, 2001  |  Comments Off on Crans join “Second Cup” for album promotion  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries are teaming up with Canada’s biggest coffee shop, Second Cup, for promotion of “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee”. Clever, no?

Those that act quickly and order the album during the promotion are specially rewarded. You can order the album through Second Cup’s website, by clicking on a link to HMV, and order “Wake Up”. The first hundred to do so receive a bonus — “Preserved — The Story So Far” promo Greatest Hits CD, starting Monday, December 10th.

ChartAttack has a great suggestion for all you fans out there, who no doubt already have the album. Buy the album, give it away as a Christmas gift, and keep the promo for yourself!

Source: ChartAttack

Sept.11 attacks influence new Cranberries songs

December 6, 2001  |  Comments Off on Sept.11 attacks influence new Cranberries songs  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Cranberries stopped into the Edge 102 Studios in Toronto, Canada, earlier today to play a short 3-song acoustic set, as well as a live interview, particularly on the band’s views about the September 11th tragedies.

The band played the following three songs acoustically:
1. Analyse
2. Ode to My Family
3. Linger

Most remarkable was Dolores and Fergal’s personal account of when she first learned of the attacks. “We were actually in Stockholm on September 11th,” narrated Fergal. “We were in the middle of doing some press interviews and the people from the record company came in and just said, ‘My God, turn on CNN, you won’t believe it!’. And that was when the first plane crashed, and then we saw the second one happening and said, ‘Oh my God!’. Horrific.”

Dolores added, “My first instinct was, ‘Go straight home, mind your babies, God knows what’s happening here in the world’, so basically we had to follow our hearts, so we went home, and stayed with our families until things settled down a little bit more.”

The band did regret that they had to cancel much of their promo plans in the interim, but felt that they had made the right decision. “At the end of the day, I totally doffed my career, but [my children] are small, so it’s good to be there.”

Even more significant was that Dolores, for the first time ever, discussed some of the songs she has written since the recording of “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee”, and even more importantly, since the terrorist attacks.

Dolores conveyed, “There’s been a couple of songs actually that have definitely been affected or influenced by what happened, you know? So hopefully you’ll see those kinds of things next year. As I said, I didn’t want to kind of run out, jumping on stage singing all that stuff, which is the one route one can take, but I just personally felt safer at home and just felt that’s where we should be. So if you get inspired to write lovely songs or whatever, then good, you know, whatever.”

Perhaps we can look forward to new, more pessimistic songs? Dolores’s reference to “next year” is also an interesting one, perhaps suggesting that the band will add new songs to the “Wake Up” World Tour setlist. Or perhaps, a new album is sooner than we expect.

Source: Exclusive

Fresh info on “Linger” remix

December 5, 2001  |  Comments Off on Fresh info on “Linger” remix  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

We reported awhile back of a 10-track UK “Wake Up” promo which included a brand new remix of “Linger”. We have some more information on the new mix.

The new mix is done by Dave Basconbe, rather than the recent “Analyse” and “TITO” mixes, done by Marius de Vries. The mix still does not have a proper title, but it is very likely that will we see it on a future release.

Source: Exclusive

Another exclusive Press Conference photo

December 4, 2001  |  Comments Off on Another exclusive Press Conference photo  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Here’s another photo from last Tuesday’s press conference in Madrid, a Zombieguide exclusive!
Thanks to Aaron Ros of the Official Spanish Cranberries Fanclub for the pic!
We will have more photos & media from the Madrid press conference shortly.

Source: Exclusive

Press Conference “Bed” photo

December 4, 2001  |  Comments Off on Press Conference “Bed” photo  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Here’s another photo from last Tuesday’s press conference in Madrid, taken from MCA Records.
We will have more photos & media from the Madrid press conference coming shortly!

Source: MCA Records

Exclusive: Italian Tour info

December 3, 2001  |  Comments Off on Exclusive: Italian Tour info  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Zombieguide has obtained some brand new information from an Italian Universal Music mailing list, mostly regarding Italy.

First is the exact setlist for The Cranberries performance at the Concerto di Vaticano in Natale, where the band will be playing in front of Pope John Paul II. The band will be playing two songs:

1. Analyse
2. Panis Angelicus

The concert, though will be performed on December 15th, will be broadcasted on Christmas Eve, December 24th, on Canale 5.

The newsletter will have a web-based component at www.cranberriesitalia.it by the end of the week. When the site launches, it will be holding a contest for five fans to meet The Cranberries prior to the Vatican concert. In addition, fans can email info@cranberriesitalia.it with interview questions, which will be asked to Dolores and hosted on the website as part of the occasion.

Lastly, the newsletter announces two Italian world tour dates for next year, namely:

March 10, 2002 Bologna, Italy
April 5, 2002 Milano, Italy

Major thanks to Francesca for the news.

Source: Exclusive

Exclusive Press Conference photo

December 2, 2001  |  Comments Off on Exclusive Press Conference photo  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Here’s another photo from Tuesday’s press conference in Madrid, a Zombieguide exclusive!
Thanks to Aaron Ros of the Official Spanish Cranberries Fanclub for the pic!
We will have more photos & media from the Madrid press conference coming shortly.

Source: Exclusive

First screen from “TITO” video

December 1, 2001  |  Comments Off on First screen from “TITO” video  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

As a valediction to the end of The Cranberries eTeam, the MCA-run group has posted a gift to all those that participated — the first still from the upcoming video “Time is Ticking Out”. As stated on the official site, the video has a very “Wizard of Oz”-esque feel. Ready to check it out? Look below!

Source: Cranberries eTeam

Press Conference video footage

December 1, 2001  |  Comments Off on Press Conference video footage  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Spanish multimedia outlet Terra has posted a 4-minute video from Tuesday’s press conference in Madrid. The video is heavily dubbed in Castilian Spanish, so English-speaking readers probably won’t benefit much from the audio. Interestingly enough, Dolores’s voice is dubbed by Laura Ceballos, the band’s Spanish PR manager, who can be found in the liner notes of “Wake Up”. Check out Terra Real Video streaming for the press conference video. (Link no longer available)

Here’s some trivia for you… during the press conference, the band had quite an elaborate stage set for the presentation. One of the larger items on stage? The brass bed on the cover of “Wake Up”! Sure doesn’t beat the famous “Couch”, though.

Thanks to Aaron Ros of the Official Spanish Cranberries Fanclub for the news tip. We will have more media from the Madrid press conference in the coming days!

Source: Terra

Special to air on “Sol Música Portugal”

December 1, 2001  |  Comments Off on Special to air on “Sol Música Portugal”  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Next week, The Crans will be getting yet more broadcast time in Europe, compliments of “Sol Música Portugal”. The channel will be broadcasting a special program with the band on December 8th at 20:00 (local time). The show will feature an interview, video clips, and some live songs.

Source: Cranberries PT

German 2002 tour dates announced

November 30, 2001  |  Comments Off on German 2002 tour dates announced  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

Pollstar has posted four new German tour dates and venues for the European leg of the “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee” 2002 World Tour. The four dates span from February until May, giving German fans several opportunities to see the band. The complete European itinerary currently stands as:

Sun 02/17/02 Copenhagen, DEN Vega Musikkenshus
Thu 02/21/02 Berlin, GER Columbiahalle
Fri 02/22/02 Dusseldorf, GER Philipshalle
Wed 03/13/02 Madrid, SPA Palacio Vista Alegre
Fri 03/15/02 Barcelona, SPA Palau Sant Jordi
Sat 03/16/02 San Sebastian, SPA Velodromo de Anoeta
Sun 03/31/02 Frankfurt, GER Jahrhunderthalle Hoechst
Wed 04/03/02 Stuttgart, GER Beethovensaal

Source: Pollstar

Free poster in “Top Music”

November 30, 2001  |  Comments Off on Free poster in “Top Music”  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

The Spanish revista “Top Music” has a free double-page poster of The Cranberries in its November 2001 issue. The shot is the band’s “green field” shot, which you can see next to last on the left column of pictures on the mag’s cover.

Source: Exclusive

“TITO” Spanish promo CD released

November 29, 2001  |  Comments Off on “TITO” Spanish promo CD released  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

MCA Records has sent promo CDs for “Time is Ticking Out” to Spanish radio stations, with some wickedly cool cover art, compliments of the band’s photographer, Andy Earl. The CD has the same tracklisting as the German version, but with the obvious improvement in cover art (First “Analyse” and now this. Germany seems to be cheated lately out of good promo art, don’t you think?)

1. Time is Ticking Out (Single Version)
2. Time is Ticking Out (The Marius de Vries Remix)

Source: Exclusive

French Cranberries Windows XP promos distributed

November 29, 2001  |  Comments Off on French Cranberries Windows XP promos distributed  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

It’s been over two months since we heard of The Cranberries Windows XP ad campaign, but we now have our first piece of it. At a very recent Microsoft convention in France, 1-track sampler audio CD’s have been distributed for free with the song “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee”. The CD is by Universal Music E-Compil and is sponsored by both Microsoft and Compaq.

Judging that the original news was generated from Universal France and that the promo CDs are French, the campaign apparently is for France only. As for the US? Well, we get to listen to Madonna’s “Ray of Light” over. And over. Again.

Source: Exclusive

Press conference images

November 29, 2001  |  Comments Off on Press conference images  |  by Zombieguide Archives  |  The Cranberries

We have some of the first images from Tuesday’s Movistar Activa press conference where the band officially announced three tour dates for March of next year. We’ll have more images from the conference shortly, so keep it here!

Source: The pretty Cranberries

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