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listen  9. Ode To My Family 4:30$1.29  Buy MP3 
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listen10. Never Grow Old 2:36$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 11, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 2008
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B0013GBD2O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,755 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Double CD set. Irish Alt-rockers, the Cranberries, became Top 40 superstars following the stateside release of their debut album, 1993's Everybody's Doing It So Why Can't We? The band's blend of Alternative Rock and dreamy Pop was the perfect musical backdrop for lead singer Dolores O'Riordan's distinct combination of brassy Rock vocals and ethereal crooning with the guitarist/bass Hogan brothers, Noel and Michael and drummer Fergal Lawler. Despite considerable chart success in excess of 40 million album sales, the Limerick based band went on a well deserved indefinite hiatus in the early 2000s. In the meantime, Dolores released a solo album in 2007 and Noel Hogan released an album as Mono Band in 2005.

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The Cranberries were a staple of the 1990s "alternative" mainstream radio scene, and after issuing 5 studio albums and the obligatory greatest hits album ("Stars"), the band called it a day. While "Stars" was a nice overview to the extent that it focused solely on the band's best known tracks, it didn't necessarily capture all of the band's *best* tracks.

"Cranberries Gold" (2 CDs; 31 tracks; 122 min.) is an attempt to bring indeed the band's best output onto one collection. CD1 (16 tracks, 63 min.) focuses on the band's first 2 albums: 7 tracks from 1993's "Everybody Else Is Doing It" and a massive 9 tracks from 1994's "No Need to Argue", the band's artistic peak. These 16 tracks in and of themselves are a testament to the band's creative genius in the early years. Of course all the hits are here (Dreams; Linger; Zombie; Ode To My Family), but the beauty of the first 2 albums is that there really were no weak tracks on there. Just relisten to songs like "Sunday" or "Not Sorry" from the debut album, or "Empty" and "Dreaming My Dreams" from "No Need to Argue". CD2 (15 tracks, 59 min.) brings the best of the rest, starting with 5 tracks from the much misunderstood "To The Faithful Departed" 1996 album, including the commercially poorly received (but brilliant) lead-off single "Salvation". I've always liked the "Departed" album quite a bit, but for some reason the album never connected with the general public, and signaled the beginning of the band's slow demise. The terrible 1999 album "Bury the Hatchet" nevertheless gets 4 tracks. I lost complete interest in the Cranberries after that, and I must not have been the only one, as the last studio album, 2001's "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" barely registered on anyone's radar screen (it is represented here by 4 tracks).
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Miguel Cunillera on March 13, 2008
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As far as compilations go, 2002's ¨Stars¨ was as good as they get. No holdouts, every single radio hit was there, so it made a perfect summary of the band's career for the casual fan. Purists complained that some of the songs were radio edits (which makes sense if you are cramming 20 tracks in one single disk) so in comes THE CRANBERRIES GOLD, where once again every hit is included along with many album tracks. But with 2 cds to fill out I can only feel that an oportunity was missed by not including killer covers the cranberries did early in their career for tribute albums like The Carpenter's ¨Close To You¨or Fleetwood Mac's ¨Go your own way¨ (both local hits in my territory). The ordinary Joe will still be better served by getting STARS, but those willing to explore the cranberries a bit more, look no further.
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This album is a must have for any Cranberries fan. It has all of their hits and a good selection of some of their lesser known gems.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kirk Davis on February 1, 2014
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I've eaten one full album of these and didn't experience a single bit of stem. Maybe because these golden cranberries are moister and tenderer than the dark ones, the stems separate more readily in processing. These are a little sweeter than cranberries I'm used to eating, but with a slightly less distinct flavor. I hope my first album was typical . . . they are delightful to eat by the fistful. They are also very good if you eat them more gently.
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