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Bury The Hatchet: The Last album from The Cranberries? (1999)

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Translated from Spanish by cristóbal

Universal Music presents “Bury The Hatchet”, the most recent album from the Irish band The Cranberries, an album that could be the last one, especially cause they were almost disbanded.

And Dolores O’Riordan has decided to search for other ways, which could mean the end of the band, because her voice has become the stamp of the band. From “Bury The Hatchet”, album with fresh and light sounds that mark a change in the musical style, remarks “Promises”, the first single, that it’s been played hard on the radio since the album presentation in April 19th. Also “Animal Instinct” and “Just My Imagination”. The Cranberries are: Dolores Mary O’Riordan (Voice, acoustic and electric guitars), Noel Anthon Hogan (Acoustic and electric guitar), Michael Gerard Hogan (Bass), and Fergal Patrick Lawler (Drums).

The band was formed in May 1990. Dolores was singing since she was 3 years old, and since her adolescence, and she used to write songs when she was searching for a band. Noel, Mike And Fergal were playing their instruments for two years in a band call “The Cranberry Saw Us”. The singer from the band decided to leave it, but he told them that a friend from his girlfriend was singer and that was searching for a band, that’s the way Dolores was part from the band…

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