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No Need to Argue [Import]

Cranberries Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
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1. Ode To My Family
2. I Can't Be With You
3. Twenty One
4. Zombie
5. Empty
6. Everything I Said
7. The Icicle Melts
8. Disappointment
9. Ridiculous Thoughts
10. Dreaming My Dreams
11. Yeat's Grave
12. Daffodil Lament
13. No Need To Argue

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It was a tough act to beat when Irish group The Cranberries released the follow-up to their debut disc Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can't We, an interesting and intimate album highlighted by the memorable hit "Linger." Critics chided that Everybody was timid in nature both musically and lyrically, but No Need to Argue quickly changed all that. The 1994-released effort was decidedly more confrontational, instantly evident by the lyrics, inspired by the Irish conflict, in their hit "Zombie." In her trademark sharp alto, frontwoman Delores O'Riordan sings, "In your head they are fighting/With their tanks and their bombs/and their bombs and their guns." Since anger is more difficult to embrace than love, many fans were initially disappointed with the tougher stuff, but those who stayed discovered a much more emotionally layered effort. --Denise Sheppard

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Best.. June 24 2004
Format:Audio CD
The Cranberries sure do dominate with this album.
It's hands down one of best music albums ever. The lyrics are just great and the voice which is the best part about it. Simply Beautiful. Every song in this album is a good reason to buy this. It is every bit of what good music is was ment to be.
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!
Later
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5.0 out of 5 stars Still their best to date... May 21 2004
Format:Audio CD
I'll never forget the first time I heard the songs Ode To My Family and Zombie. It was the night the Cranberries were the musical guests on Saturday Night Live. I was so captivated I bought the album the very next afternoon. It was truly amazing to listen to an album start to finish and enjoy almost every minute of it. The aforementioned tracks aside, I was really taken with Twenty One, The Icicle Melts, Dreaming My Dreams, and my personal favorite Ridiculous Thoughts. Loud to soft, innocent to political, this is the Cranberries most eclectic and best sounding album so far.
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5.0 out of 5 stars CRANBERRY JUICE FOR YOUR HANY... May 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
I don't care that much for special edition CD's there just too much time wasted in muzik, The Cranberries sophomore albu it'0s their pick moment, none will they repeat it, well who am I to know?, Cher cameback with a vengeance, Paula Abdul got a second chance as a judge, so maybe The Cranberries will record another timeless masterpiece like this, ZOMBIE it's such rock classic, ODE TO MY FAMILY is so depressing and sad that it's an anthem for uncomprenhended people, DAFFODIL LAMENT wow! this is what music it's all about, giving you the chills, NO NEED TO ARGUE slow, sad, uplifting, this record should be in your shelves and in your grandmas, so shut up about it and click on ADD TO CART, Dolores Oriordian has a privilage voice, just as Nelly Furtado, Macy Gray and yes! yes! Paula Abdul....it's all about gettin' the rhythm!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Jan. 2 2004
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Format:Audio CD
Quite simply put, this is the best CD I have ever owned. I fell in love with this CD when I bought it four years ago, and it has remained my favorite ever since.
Dreaming my Dreams, Empty, Daffodil Lament and No Need to Argue are some of the best songs by the Cranberries that were never released as singles, and all can be found on this cd. And of course, the singles that came off of it--Ode to My Family, Zombie, I Can't Be With You and Ridiculous Thoughts are all amazing, as well.
Although basically any album by the Cranberries is totally worth listening to, this one is arguably their best.
Hard to believe this CD is actually ten years old. I guess good music never gets old.
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Music bands come and go. Some come and stay for a long time. Others come for a brief moment and leave afterwards never to be heard from again. The Cranberries can fall in both categories depending on what your point of view is on the 90's rock music scene or just this particular Irish band. One thing is for sure, "No Need To Argue" is a timeless work of art. The album mixes rock 'n roll with a nice cozy sentimental feel that would make any person weep. The album is brilliant really and I would have to be a biased reviewer here and say that I judge this album on my personal account on what it means to me personally. In other words, I love this album.
From the beautiful hum and sing along tune 'Ode To My Family', to the deeply moving '21', 'The Icicle Melts', and 'Disappointment', the albums carries you along a flow of groundbreaking songs one track after another. To be honest, there isn't a bad track on 'No Need To Argue' even if I tried to find one. The music, the singing, and the lyrics all shape up together beautifully to form a masterpiece. Standout tracks, however, are 'Zombie' which remains to be one of The Cranberries most famous songs and one of the best songs written in the 90's; 'Ridiculous Thoughts' is the most haunting track on the album that plays with your ears and your senses for as long as it is, and its Dolores O Riordan's vocals that makes this song as well as all others an exciting listening; 'Dreaming My Dreams' is a beautiful love ballad and so is 'I Can't Be With You',; 'Ode To My Family' is as the titles states a beautiful ode to the closest people in your life.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice Try, No Cigar Oct. 30 2003
Format:Audio CD
Having explored the mine already excavated expertly by the Sundays, the Cranberries went from nice little non-political Irish band to still-nice-but-trying-desperately-to-sound-relevant in their marketplace.
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.
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5.0 out of 5 stars timeless and beautiful
Something I find so unique about the Cranberries is that no matter what bands seem to grace the stage and the radiostations of our time (and there is a lot of empty engineered... Read more
Published on July 28 2003 by Belle
5.0 out of 5 stars There is "no need to argue", buy this CD!!!
I have been a fan of the Cranberries for a very long time, and although I love each and every one of their cd's, this one is by far the best. Read more
Published on July 13 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars The soothing & haunting sounds of the Cranberries...
What an Beautifully haunting disc by the Cranberris and let me tell you ? the first three tracks will make you an instand fan! Read more
Published on July 3 2003 by Trustkill
5.0 out of 5 stars Hard to believe this album is almost a decade old!
I love this album! This is my favorite "Cranberries" album; songs like "Zombie" and "Ode to my Family" make it timeless. Read more
Published on June 24 2003 by thebarkingcat
5.0 out of 5 stars An album of somber beauty and emotional intensity
Following up a remarkable debut album can pose quite a problem for a musical artist or group, but the Cranberries shrugged off any hint of a sophomore slump and really outdid... Read more
Published on March 29 2003 by Daniel Jolley
5.0 out of 5 stars Cult!
Dolores O'Riordan and her band
show their Irish blood and their
talent in making music on this album! Read more
Published on Feb. 13 2003 by Stefan Janßen
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Music, Beautiful Voice
It was the video to "Zombie" that first made me notice The Cranberries. At first I didn't care for the song, but as it grew on me, I began to be pulled into the emotion and story... Read more
Published on Feb. 8 2003 by Lonnie E. Holder
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