Friday, February 10, 2012

"ROSES" IS CRANBERRIES' FIRST ALBUM IN TEN YEARS


Cranberries

After ten years, The Cranberries returns with a new album Roses which will be released worldwide on February 27th. They start their world tour next month and head over to our side of the pond in May, so far only scheduling nine shows in the U.S. But no Los Angeles dates have been announced...yet (cross my fingers). The first concert I saw when I moved to Los Angeles was The Cranberries. They had just released No Need To Argue after gaining mainstream success with their debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? in 1992 with hit singles "Dreams" and "Linger."

Their first single "Tomorrow" was released last month and lead singer Dolores O'Riordan recently told Billboard that this new record was "inspired by real-life concerns of adulthood, parenting and mortality." You can pre-order Roses from iTunes and Amazon right HERE and HERE. Check out their official webpage www.cranberries.com for tour dates.


"Tomorrow" by Cranberries off their new album Rose available Feb. 27th.

The Track List for "Roses" Includes:
1. "Conduct"
2. "Tomorrow"
3. "Fire & Soul"
4. "Raining In My Heart"
5. "Losing My Mind"
6. "Schizophrenic Playboys"
7. "Waiting In Walthamstow"
8. "Show Me"
9. "Astral Projections"
10. "So Good"
11. "Roses"
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