Post by urbanpatrician on Jan 15, 2018 18:27:34 GMT
Sad. I'm a huge Cranberries fan too. Maybe I'm too old now, but I definitely liked them before. And I have considered them all time favorites and my play count of them is still huge (maybe a bit outdated though).
My question is... how??? Not drug overdose I assume.
Post by PromNightCarrie on Jan 16, 2018 19:51:29 GMT
Hey, who remembers in the 90s when every other movie trailer had "Dreams" by the Cranberries in it? You would hear her angelic voice just yodeling and crooning in the background? That IS quintessential 90s for me.
Post by Johnny_Hellzapoppin on Jan 24, 2018 18:59:31 GMT
I would have been 11/12 years old when The Cranberries where starting to become the hit band that they did, and they were at their peak in that 93 - 97 period, which was when I really started to become a music fan and particularly and rock & alternative rock fan.
They always ranked for me as a band, and Dolores O'Riordan had the quirky voice of an Angel. Also, it was great to have an Irish band who were massively successful worldwide, that weren't the pompous gasbag led U2.
A lot of talk has centered around Dreams, Zombie and Linger since O'Riordan passed away, but these ones will live long in my memory too...
"Ode to My Family" "I Can't Be with You" "Salvation" (Posting the video, because it's awesome)
"Free to Decide" "When You're Gone" (A personal favourite) and "Promises"