The Cranberries - In the End

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Artist :   The Cranberries
Album Name :   In the End
Genre :   Alternative
Tracks :   11
Relase Date :   26 April 2019
Country :   USA

In the End (The Cranberries) Album Songs


Song Title Artist Time
1. All Over Now The Cranberries 4:16
2. Lost The Cranberries 3:59
3. Wake Me When It's Over The Cranberries 4:11
4. A Place I Know The Cranberries 4:26
5. Catch Me If You Can The Cranberries 4:38
6. Got It The Cranberries 4:02
7. Illusion The Cranberries 4:07
8. Crazy Heart The Cranberries 3:25
9. Summer Song The Cranberries 3:34
10. The Pressure The Cranberries 3:21
11. In the End The Cranberries 2:56

In the End by The Cranberries Album Listen

About The Cranberries - In the End Album

In the End (stylised as in the end) is the eighth and final studio album by the Irish alternative rock band the Cranberries, released on 26 April 2019 by BMG. It is the band’s first release since the death of singer Dolores O'Riordan, who died on 15 January 2018, though her vocals are featured posthumously. The surviving instrumentalists pieced together her demos with in-studio recordings over the course of the subsequent year and worked with long-time producer Stephen Street to finalise the album. Critical reception has been positive. ..

In the End (The Cranberries) Album Comments

In the End (The Cranberries) Album Reviews

  • Beautiful send off for a beautiful voice

    Masselyn
    5
    I have listened to The Cranberries since high school in the late 80's and I have always loved their sound but this new album is superb. It is so heartbreaking that we won't be hearing Dolores' voice again - but this could not have been a more perfect way to honor her (and the band's) legacy.
  • In the end

    jackbay1
    5
    I have to say “IN THE END” song was absolutely the best way to end the LP. Dolores’s voice in the raw demos made the whole album. The imperfections made her sound perfect. Sadly missed and a great tribute the teaming members produced. Jackbay1
  • In the end...

    beneathirishskies
    5
    Like all of us, perfectly imperfect.
  • Nostalgic and Transitional

    T-150guy
    5
    I think this is a good album for those going through life transitions or are nostalgic about the 1990’s-2000’s. I grew up with this band and it is sad to say that this is the last album that will be ever made by them. “Wake me up when it’s over”, “In the End”, and “Lost” are my favorite tracks on the album. I highly recommend this album to anyone. Rest In Peace Dolores
  • Amazing

    Piggymouth
    5
    Beginning to end for The Cranberries career and this album has been amazing. Too bad they have to end but, at least they gave us some of the most beautiful and influential music of not only the 20th and 21st centuries but, of all time. RIP Delores. We will always love you.
  • An inspiration

    Different Moon
    5
    What a fantastic final album. I've been a fan of The Cranberries since their debut album and they have been an inspiration for my own songwriting over the years. Dolores you are one in a million. Every song on this album is great, but my three stand-outs are "In The End", "Catch Me If You Can", and "All Over Now". I wish it wasn't all over now.
  • Love it

    aditz233
    5
    This band never fails to impress me. You’ll always be remembered Dolores.
  • her vocals still linger

    kslisle
    5
    tragic loss of a beautiful soul with a voice that soothed past angst during trying times, thank you cranberries, peace be with you Dolores...
  • Love it

    v(v_v)v
    5
    Great album
  • Everybody else did it...AND THE CRANBERRIES DID IT...AGAIN!! ❤️

    tonksamillion
    5
    5 stars is too low! IN THE END, all we have are the memories 💔 Thank you & farewell to The Cranberries... who never disappointed me in over 25 years 💚☘️ You will always linger on #DoloresORiordan 🙏🏾 keep singing in the heavens with the rest of the angels 👼🏽 @noelhogan @mikehogan206 #FergalLawler 😥 🇮🇪 #DoloresForever #GodBlessTheIrish ☘️💚☘️💚

The Cranberries - In the End Album Wiki

"In the End" is a song by American rock band Linkin Park. It is the eighth track on their debut album Hybrid Theory (2000) and was released as the album's final single. "In the End" is one of Linkin Park's most recognizable and signature songs. It is the most played song in all of the band's live performances, with "One Step Closer" coming in close second."In the End" received positive reviews by music critics, with most reviewers complimenting the song's signature piano riff, as well as noting rapper Mike Shinoda's vocal prominence in the song. "In the End" also achieved mainstream popularity, and was a commercial success upon release. The song reached the top ten on numerous worldwide music charts and reached number two on the US Billboard Hot 100, the band's highest peak on the chart, as well as their first song that peaked within the top 40. It also reached number one on the Z100 top 100 songs of 2002 countdown. This song also ranked at number 121 in Blender magazine's The 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born. The song is Billboard's second most played rock song of the decade. It was also remixed on Reanimation as "Enth E ND". The music video of the song, directed by Nathan Cox and the band's turntablist Joe Hahn, featured the band in a fantasy setting. Chester Bennington, the band's lead vocalist, initially disliked this song and did not want it to be included on Hybrid Theory..