History YMMV / TheCranberries

15th Apr '18 5:49:02 PM onionmaster
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** ''To the Faithful Departed'': "Salvation" and "When You're Going".

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** ''To the Faithful Departed'': "Salvation" and "When You're Going".Gone".


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* WastedSong: Some of their B-Sides, in particular "Reason", "Them" and "So Cold In Ireland", are regarded as better than some album tracks by fans.
13th Mar '18 6:54:55 AM BKelly95
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: Dolores comments that "It seems good people are always first to drop." in "I'm Still Remembering", mentioning UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy a couple of lines later. Dolores herself passed away at the relatively young age of 46, the same age Kennedy was when he was assassinated.
2nd Mar '18 7:34:29 AM rfindlay
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* GeniusBonus: The only lyrical hint about "Zombie"'s meaning comes from the line "the same old thing from 1916," a [[UsefulNotes/TheIrishRevolution profoundly important year]] in Irish history. Many critics have noted "Zombie" is unusual because pop songs rarely reference events from before the artists' lifetimes.

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* GeniusBonus: The only lyrical hint about "Zombie"'s meaning comes from the line "the same old thing from theme since 1916," a [[UsefulNotes/TheIrishRevolution profoundly important year]] in Irish history. Many critics have noted "Zombie" is unusual because pop songs rarely reference events from before the artists' lifetimes.
19th Jan '18 3:15:24 AM AlternativeCola
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: While they have had success in their native Ireland, the UK, continental Europe and North America, they are very popular in Asian countries. A 2018 BBC News [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42699131 article]] published after O'Riordan's death explained how the band's popularity had an impact on the continent, most notably Cantopop singer Faye Wong's cover of "Dreams" in ''Film/ChungkingExpress" and "Zombie" even being used as a teaching aid in some Singapore secondary schools, to educate students about the troubles in Northern Ireland.

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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: While they have had success in their native Ireland, the UK, continental Europe and North America, they are very popular in Asian countries. A 2018 BBC News [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42699131 article]] published after O'Riordan's death explained how the band's popularity had an impact on the continent, most notably Cantopop singer Faye Wong's cover of "Dreams" in ''Film/ChungkingExpress" ''Film/ChungkingExpress'' and "Zombie" even being used as a teaching aid in some Singapore secondary schools, to educate students about the troubles in Northern Ireland.
19th Jan '18 3:13:45 AM AlternativeCola
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: While they have had success in their native Ireland, the UK, continental Europe and North America, they are very popular in Asian countries. A 2018 BBC News [[http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42699131 article]] published after O'Riordan's death explained how the band's popularity had an impact on the continent, most notably Cantopop singer Faye Wong's cover of "Dreams" in ''Film/ChungkingExpress" and "Zombie" even being used as a teaching aid in some Singapore secondary schools, to educate students about the troubles in Northern Ireland.
15th Jan '18 7:11:08 PM tvtroper7991
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** "Dreams."
15th Jan '18 12:44:51 PM Premonition45
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* TearJerker:
** "Linger" is just heartbreaking, one of the alt-rock era's saddest songs.
** Perhaps even worse is the title track from ''No Need To Argue,'' with only an organ and vocals for instrumentation. It's like listening to a funeral.
** "Ode to My Family", especially if you've been in a situation that makes you away from your own parents.
** Dolores O'Riordan's death on January 15, 2018.
15th Jan '18 12:32:11 PM Saveelich
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* TearJerker: "Linger" is just heartbreaking, one of the alt-rock era's saddest songs.

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* TearJerker: TearJerker:
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"Linger" is just heartbreaking, one of the alt-rock era's saddest songs.



** "Ode to My Family", especially if you've been in a situation that makes you away from your own parents.

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** "Ode to My Family", especially if you've been in a situation that makes you away from your own parents.parents.
** Dolores O'Riordan's death on January 15, 2018.
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2nd Nov '17 6:19:35 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* DorkAge: ''To The Faithful Departed'' is this for a lot of fans, though said album does have its fans, especially the well-regarded songs such as the punk-influenced "Salvation" and the ballad "When You're Gone".
* GeniusBonus: The only lyrical hint about Zombie's meaning comes from the line "the same old thing from 1916," a [[UsefulNotes/TheIrishRevolution profoundly important year]] in Irish history. Many critics have noted Zombie is unusual because pop songs rarely reference events from before the artists' lifetimes.

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* DorkAge: ''To The Faithful Departed'' is this for a lot of fans, though fans due to its {{anvilicious}} nature. That said, that said album does have its fans, especially the well-regarded songs such as the punk-influenced "Salvation" and the doo-woppy ballad "When You're Gone".
* GeniusBonus: The only lyrical hint about Zombie's "Zombie"'s meaning comes from the line "the same old thing from 1916," a [[UsefulNotes/TheIrishRevolution profoundly important year]] in Irish history. Many critics have noted Zombie "Zombie" is unusual because pop songs rarely reference events from before the artists' lifetimes.



** ''To the Faithfully Departed'': "Salvation" and "When You're Going".

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** ''To the Faithfully Faithful Departed'': "Salvation" and "When You're Going".



** Perhaps even worse is the title track from ''No Need To Argue,'' with only an organ and vocals for instrumentation. It's like listening to a funeral.

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** Perhaps even worse is the title track from ''No Need To Argue,'' with only an organ and vocals for instrumentation. It's like listening to a funeral.funeral.
** "Ode to My Family", especially if you've been in a situation that makes you away from your own parents.
23rd Jun '17 12:24:05 AM Skagit
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* GeniusBonus: The only lyrical hint about Zombie's meaning comes from the line "the same old thing from 1916," a [[UsefulNotes/TheIrishRevolution profoundly important year]] in Irish history. Many critics have noted Zombie is unusual because pop songs rarely reference events from before the artists' lifetimes.
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