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The Cranberries No Need To Argue Vinyl

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TYPE DE PRODUIT: Vinyle
ÉDITEUR: Universal Music Records
MARQUE: Universal Music Records
UMC/Island Records are proud to announce the release of remastered and expanded versions of No Need to Argue by The Cranberries on September 18th.Originally released in 1994, No Need To Argue was the band’s biggest selling album with global sales in excess of 17 million and contained the band’s most
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Artiste The Cranberries
Description Instrument Group CDs, DVDs ou CD-ROM
Type de produit Vinyle
Description Product Type Enregistrement vinyle
Éditeur Universal Music Records
Marque Universal Music Records
Genre Pop & rock
Style Rock
Année de publication 2020
EAN 0600753912959
UPC 600753912959
Edition Number 5391295
UNIV0317
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UMC/Island Records are proud to announce the release of remastered and expanded versions of No Need to Argue by The Cranberries on September 18th.Originally released in 1994, No Need To Argue was the band’s biggest selling album with global sales in excess of 17 million and contained the band’s most commercially successful single Zombie. The video for Zombie has since been viewed over 1 billion times on YouTube, making The Cranberries the only Irish band to pass this milestone and putting them in a very small club of artists to do so. Dolores O’Riordan-the band’s powerful and captivating lead singer -tragically passed away in January 2018. The expanded 2CD version of No Need ToArgue includes a remaster of the album and three B-sides: Away, I Don't Need and So Cold In Ireland from the original tapes. Also included are 19 previously unreleased tracks including two songs not officially released in any format: Yesterday’s Gone-recorded unplugged for MTV in New York in 1995-and a demo of Serious, which until now has only existed as a low quality live bootleg on YouTube. The 2CD edition features previously unseen photographs taken from the album photo sessions. The expanded 2LP features the remastered album plus three B-sides and extra tracks Yesterday’s Gone and a cover of the Carpenters(They Long To Be) Close to You. Both the 2LP and the 2CD sets include a 5,000 word essay on the history of the album written by the band’s archivist Eoin Devereux, who previously wrote the sleeve notes for the reissue of their debut album Uncertain.
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