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

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  • Wake me when it’s over? Teen Spirit?

    Jambalaya Crawfish Piya
    Is Wake Me When It’s Over supposed to sound exactly like Smells Like Teen Spirit? I’m a Cranberries fan, but not sure the borrow from Nirvana was necessary.
  • So Sad

    If the rest of the album sounds l like the 3 songs i just heard then this looks to be one of their very best albums, but its sad because Delores is gone and I know she had so much more music in her. I am grateful that the rest of the band finished this and is putting this out its like a farewell to their fans, I would have given this 6 stars if I could have. RIP Delores you are missed but your legacy lives on
  • Great Ending

    Love the 3 songs so far, will definitely get the album. Thank you Cranberries for this album💗💗💗
  • Bittersweet

    So far I think every song is as good as their early work, could be their best. It's so sad she's gone. If it's true that "your only as good as your last show" then this is a good ending
  • Classic Cranberries!

    I was an 80’s-90’s kid so the Cranberries for me are a sweet nostalgic blast every time I hear Dolores O’Riordan’s beautiful voice. The album sounds like it will be classic Cranberries! Thanks for the memories...
  • Love it!!

    ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ a 90’s kid.
  • Beautifully sad

    Just heard the single on FUV, purchased and downloaded it immediately. Great memories, great sound, great song. We are all saddened by the tragic loss of the very talented and beautiful Dolores O’Riordan. Got the chills listening and remembering. Sounds like a classy, respectful, meaningful collaboration, hopefully the rest of the album lives up to this expectation and honors Dolores in this way.
  • Missing you

    When I heard the new single it blew me away. Classic cranberries for sure. We miss you Delores. Your sound will be like no other. Rip great one. Ty rest of band for putting this out and keeping us fans remembering Delores.
  • Tears in my eyes

    Tears in my eyes. We heard it in her singing. The heartache and anquish of an artist in pain. Loved and adored by her long time fans but not enough to keep her on this earth. Rest in peace sweet angel.
  • The greatest band of all time

    Nicholas Pappas
    Can’t wait! Many blessings

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 on October 9, 2001. "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..