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New or Used: US$9.94
Album: Bury the Hatchet
# Song Title   Time
1)    Animal Instinct
2)    Loud and Clear
3)    Promises
4)    You and Me
5)    Just My Imagination
6)    Shattered
7)    Desperate Andy
8)    Saving Grace
9)    Copycat
10)    What's on My Mind
11)    Delilah
12)    Fee Fi Fo
13)    Dying in the Sun
 
New or Used: US$9.94

Album: Bury the Hatchet
# Song Title   Time
1)    Animal Instinct
2)    Loud and Clear
3)    Promises
4)    You and Me
5)    Just My Imagination
6)    Shattered
7)    Desperate Andy
8)    Saving Grace
9)    Copycat
10)    What's on My Mind
11)    Delilah
12)    Fee Fi Fo
13)    Dying in the Sun
 
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Performer Notes
  • The Cranberries: Dolores O'Riordan Burton (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Noel Hogan (acoustic & electric guitars); Mike Hogan (bass); Fergal Lawler (drums, percussion).
  • Producers: The Cranberries, Benedict Fenner
  • All tracks have been digitally remastered.
  • The Cranberries: Dolores O'Riordan Burton (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Noel Hogan (acoustic & electric guitars); Mike Hogan (bass); Fergal Lawler (drums, percussion).
  • Producers: The Cranberries, Benedict Fenner.
  • The Cranberries: Dolores O'Riodan Burton (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Noel Hogan (acoustic & electric guitars); Mike Hogan (electric bass); Fergal Lawler (drums, percussion).
  • Producers: The Cranberries, Benedict Fenner.
  • Engineers: Benedict Fenner, Mike Plotnikoff.
  • Recording information: Metalworks, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (1998); Miraval, France (1998); Sarm West, London, England (1998); Windmill Lane, Dublin, Ireland (1998).
  • Though Ireland's Cranberries began by churning out sparkling, breathy rock-pop, they soon ventured into a darker, heavier brand of rock that reflected the sociopolitical strife of their homeland. On BURY THE HATCHET the band achieves the perfect marriage between luxurious pop stylings and a darker, more unsettling vision. Dolores O'Riordan's strong, clear voice rides smoothly over simple, engaging melodies fleshed out by a chiming blend of acoustic and electric guitars for much of the album. But on songs like "Promises," the guitars get heavier, and the mood turns darker, showing a deeper side of the Cranberries' work. No matter the darkness expressed in the lyrics though, the invigorating, upbeat strum and crack of the guitars and drums keeps things moving at a good clip. And that occasional catch in O'Riordan's voice is just arresting enough to draw you in, without ever seeming like an affectation or a distraction.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (5/13/99, pp.93-94) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...shimmering pop numbers...and earnest acoustics...These youthful old pros have never sounded more winning or unified."

Rolling Stone (5/13/99, pp.93-94) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...shimmering pop numbers...and earnest acoustics...These youthful old pros have never sounded more winning or unified."

CMJ (4/26/99, pp.28-9) - "...sweet shimmering ballads and tart, distorted jangle-pop....the Cranberries pack strings into their lush, Smith-inspired rock to really hit their mark."

Guitar Magazine (7/99, p.97) - "...their best album to date....no drop-off in quality between the record's strongest tracks and the rest of the album....the band's most complete work yet."

Guitar Magazine (7/99, p.97) - "...their best album to date....no drop-off in quality between the record's strongest tracks and the rest of the album....the band's most complete work yet."

Mojo (Publisher) (5/99, p.112) - "...Ms. O'Riordan and her merry men have now turned their rapier-keen wits to the existential realities or ordinary, everyday life..."

Mojo (Publisher) (5/99, p.112) - "...Ms. O'Riordan and her merry men have now turned their rapier-keen wits to the existential realities or ordinary, everyday life..."
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