Alternative Rock Of The 90s 2000s – Linkin park, Creed, AudioSlave, Creep, Nickelback, Green Days

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The Cranberries Biography
Formation and Members

Year Formed: 1989 in Limerick, Ireland.

Original Members:

Dolores O'Riordan - Lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1990–2003, 2009–2018)
Noel Hogan - Lead guitar, backing vocals (1989–2003, 2009–present)
Mike Hogan - Bass guitar (1989–2003, 2009–present)
Fergal Lawler - Drums, percussion (1989–2003, 2009–present)
Early Years and Breakthrough

The Cranberries, initially named The Cranberry Saw Us, were formed by brothers Noel and Mike Hogan along with Fergal Lawler. The lineup solidified when Dolores O'Riordan joined the band in 1990, bringing her distinctive voice and lyrical talent.

Notable Albums

"Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" (1993)
Notable tracks: "Linger," "Dreams"
"No Need to Argue" (1994)
Notable tracks: "Zombie," "Ode to My Family"
"To the Faithful Departed" (1996)
Notable tracks: "Salvation," "Free to Decide"
"Bury the Hatchet" (1999)
Notable tracks: "Promises," "Animal Instinct"
"Wake Up and Smell the Coffee" (2001)
Notable tracks: "Analyze," "This Is the Day"
"Roses" (2012)
Notable tracks: "Tomorrow," "Show Me the Way"
"Something Else" (2017)
Acoustic and orchestral versions of their classic songs along with new tracks
"In the End" (2019)
Posthumously released album, notable tracks: "All Over Now," "Wake Me When It's Over"
Achievements and Influence

The Cranberries gained international fame in the early 1990s with their debut album "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" The band's combination of alternative rock, post-punk, and Irish folk elements, along with O'Riordan's haunting voice, set them apart. "No Need to Argue" solidified their status, especially with the hit single "Zombie," which became an anthem addressing the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

Key Events

1993: Release of debut album "Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?" which eventually went multi-platinum.
1994: Release of "No Need to Argue," which featured "Zombie," a powerful protest song that topped charts worldwide.
2003: Band announced a hiatus, during which members pursued solo projects.
2009: The Cranberries reunited for a world tour and later released the album "Roses" in 2012.
2018: Dolores O'Riordan passed away unexpectedly. The remaining members decided to complete their final album, "In the End," using her final recordings.
Legacy

The Cranberries remain one of the most beloved bands from the 1990s, known for their distinctive sound and emotionally powerful music. Their songs continue to resonate with audiences, and their influence can be heard in many contemporary artists. The posthumous release of "In the End" serves as a fitting tribute to Dolores O'Riordan and the enduring legacy of the band.