Everybody Else Is Doing It (Audio Cassette) Import
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Their first full-length shows a band fully formed, with faint debts to the Sundays and the Smiths, but turning out more-than-tuneful pop behind the gorgeous lilt of Dolores O'Riordan. "Dreams" and "Linger" both seem to weave magic spells that remain even after the tracks pass, and there is a glorious freshness to the performances that's impossible to resist. It remains their most satisfying outing. --Chris Nickson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I will end my lavish praise of this CD by pointing out the great utility of its music.Read more ›
Overall it is a fantastic album, and one that you should considering picking if you are in to alternative rock with a twist. However I think that everyone should at least listen to the album once (from a library even) if just to hear her very distinct and instantly recognizable vocal talent.
"I Still Do" is an angst-ridden track, heavy on mellow bass, about someone who is in love, and wants to break it off, even though the person is still in love. The reason for breaking it off is not clear, and perhaps it need not be. This song is the generic break up song when you have mixed feelings about the relationship, but realize that it is in at least one person's best interests to end the relationship.
We go from the angst of a possibly impossible relationship to the dream relationship in "Dreams", which was also featured in "You've Got Mail". A pretty, fast-paced, song, Dolores tells her significant other that she has given herself to him, and he now has her heart, so please don't hurt her. Even more, she also says that she is amazed by his mind and how caring and understanding he is. The ethereal music with a rock beat I personally find to be very satisfying.
We go back to angst again with "Sunday". This time the singer cares for or loves someone, but can't seem to make the connection. This situation has happened to me, and I'll bet it's happened to many of you. Dolores starts singing this one is a grunge style, slowly, then the pace picks up and the song attains a solidly pop beat.Read more ›
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The Cranberries what an awesome band!! They are sooooo good Dolores has soooo much meaning in her songs!! This is a great CD!!Published on Oct. 24 2003 by Sarah Wood
This is a finely crafted pop album. Dolores O'Riordan doesn't have quite the power and intensity of Sinnead O'Connor's banshee wail, but she brings her truth to most of the songs... Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2003
A collection of delicate, ethereal tunes that bear repeated listening. Dolores O'Riorden's distinctive vocals give this disc a dreamy, melancholy quality. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2003 by David Bonesteel
Why isn't this CD widely accepted as the the Cranberries' greatest? AWESOME music. Will be regarded as the best album of the Nineties twenty years from now. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2002 by david reinhart
It's so fun reading other reviews because you learn something about the CD and the other people reviewing the CD. Read morePublished on Oct. 5 2002 by Lonnie E. Holder
The Cranberries first album has a great sound to it, which the songwriting hadn't caught up to yet. Singer Dolores O'Riordan has a lovely, unique voice. Read morePublished on May 1 2002 by woburnmusicfan
This is perhaps the best Cranberries album that showcases their talent. As wonderful as their later material was, there will always be the magic of 'Everybody's Doing It'. Read morePublished on April 24 2002 by Mr. B. G. Fowler