Popular Irish band The Cranberries, which became famous worldwide in the early 1990s for songs like Zombie and Linger, is in the news again.
The Cranberries, made up of singer Dolores O’Riordan, brothers Noel (guitar) and Mike (bass) Hogan and Fergal Lawler (drums), will be releasing its unplugged, greatest hits album Something Else in late AprilThe band will go on a promotional tour across Ireland and Britain soon after.
The new album will feature 13 acoustic remakes of the band’s top hits including Dreams, Ode To My Family, Free To Decide and Animal Instinct. The Cranberries recently posted an acoustic recording of Linger on its official Facebook page, as well as a picture of the album cover.
Before the new album premieres, here are seven tracks by The Cranberries which we think the younger generation should re-discover today.
1. Linger (from the album Everybody’s Doing It, So Why Can’t We/1993)
2. Dreams (Everybody’s Doing It, So Why Can’t We)
3. Ode To My Family (No Need To Argue/1994)
4. When You’re Gone (To The Faithful Departed/1996)