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Wake Up And Smell The Coffee
Wake Up And Smell The Coffee
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible Irish Coffee, October 27, 2001
On their latest album, Irish supergroup the Cranberries, urge their fans to "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee". And if you haven't tasted this incredible Irish Coffee yet, you're missing out! One taste and you'll be hooked. But all puns aside, this album will blow you away -- the combination of the Cranberries' tight musical arrangements and the gorgeous, ethereal voice of Dolores O'Riordan is guaranteed to hypnotize you into a trance. And while I've enjoyed all of their albums, if you're looking for that classic Cranberries sound, this album marks the band's spectacular return to form (with a little help from Stephen Street -- producer of Everybody Else... & No Need to Argue). This album has got something for everyone: Harder-edged songs like "This is the Day" and the title track; up-tempo songs like "I Really Hope" and "Analyse"; soft and mellow songs like "Never Grow Old" and "The Concept". It's tough to pick stand-out tracks, because ALL 14 tracks (including the bonus track 'Capetown') are stand-outs. But, don't take my word for it -- take a listen to the sample tracks and 'hear for yourself'.
Dolores writes purely and simply, and from the heart. So if you're looking for incomprehensible psychobabble, look elsewhere; if you're looking for honest, heartfelt and beautiful music, sung with a conviction unlike any other, look no further than "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee".


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