|1. Ode To My Family|
|2. I Can't Be With You|
|3. Twenty One|
|6. Everything I Said|
|7. The Icicle Melts|
|9. Ridiculous Thoughts|
|10. Dreaming My Dreams|
|11. Yeat's Grave|
|12. Daffodil Lament|
|13. No Need To Argue|
The best song though is Zombie from my opinion.
Over all if theres one album you wanna' waste your money on its No Need to Argue.
It's also one of the best albums The Cranberries have to offer.
Get this album...NOW!
Hard to believe this CD is actually ten years old. I guess good music never gets old.
Since 1994, when this album was released, The Cranberries have failed to equal the power and originality of 'No Need To Argue' They probably won't ever even if they tried to but who would need to prove himself after giving an excellent example of what a music album should sound like?
The Cranberries should enjoy what a successful album they put together here, and you should too!
The debut album was excellent; a perfect mix of power pop and peerless production, courtesy of the man who helmed the Smiths classic releases. Nothing original, mind you, just very well done.
This album hits and misses all the way through, and I'll incur the wrath that comes my way; it's Delores' brand-new vocal stylings (which would hit an all-time low on their next release). Proof?
"My father...AH! My Father... he liked me... oh, he liked me, DOES ANYONE CARE...AH!"
James Brown already invented the wheel, DeBOREus. Try another tact.
The melodies are still there, somewhat. "Dreaming My Dreams", and "Daffodil Lament" (although they're more like b-sides from the first album) are proof of that. But this album is not, nor will it ever be a world-beater. Tape off the songs you like, and sell it quickly.