"Dreams" and "Linger" are on this album, and so are "I Still Do," "Sunday," and "Pretty." The Cranberries, lead by Dolores O'Riordan, released Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? in 1993 and quickly took the MTV generation by storm. The melodic alternative rock of the band also incorporated yodeling and Irish folk, and with the help of some of the most iconic visuals to come out of the '90s ("Dreams" music video!), the Cranberries enjoyed immense success for years to come (heard of "Zombie" perhaps?). Analog Spark, a audiophile imprint, brings back the era-defining album on 180g vinyl, and the tracks have been cut from the original stereo tapes by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios (read: you might hear some things you've never heard before). Also, this is the first time the wax version of the album is widely available after being out of print for over 24 years.
- 180g LP plated and pressed at QRP
- remastered from original stereo tapes at Abbey Road Studios
- old style tip-on gatefold jacket
- music label: Analog Spark 1993 / 2017
reviewed by thom tanks 07/2017
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