Zombie - The Cranberries
ZombieNo Need to Argue rock alternative 90s female vocalists alternative rock
Written as a response to the Warrington Bombing, when the Provisional IRA murdered two young children in 1993, "Zombie" is one of the band's biggest singles, reaching #3 in their native Ireland, and having a total chart run of 11 weeks. The song reached #14 in the UK (with a total chart run of six weeks), and topped the U.S. Modern Rock chart for six weeks, it also appeared on the French Top 50 for nine weeks (with 19 weeks in the Top 10) and the German Top 100 for one week (with a total chart run of 27 weeks), both in 1995; and also reaching number 2 in Austria, Sweden, Switzerland and The Netherlands. Zombie was number 1 in Australia for 8 weeks. The single has sold 2 million copies alone, and the song, since its release in late 1994, has been performed on every live tour.
The Cranberries is an alternative rock band from Limerick, Ireland that formed in 1989 and rose to mainstream popularity in the early 1990's. The band consists of Dolores O'Riordan (vocals, keyboards, guitars), Noel Hogan (guitars, vocals, also a member of Mono Band), Mike Hogan (bass, vocals), and Fergal Lawler (drums, percussion, also a member of The Low Network). The band went on hiatus in 2003 and reunited in the summer of 2009. Combining the melodic jangle of post-The Smiths indie pop with the lilting Show more ...
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