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Bury The Hatchet

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  • Audio CD (April 27 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00000ILTA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 158 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,528 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Animal Instinct
2. Loud And Clear
3. Promises
4. You And Me
5. Just My Imagination
6. Shattered
7. Desperate Andy
8. Saving Grace
9. Copycat
10. What's On My Mind
11. Delilah
12. Fee Fi Fo
13. Dying In The Sun

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Cranberries ~ Bury The Hatchet [Explicit Cove

On the heels of their smash debut, the brilliantly titled Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?, and the even more popular follow-up, No Need to Argue, the Cranberries fell victim to the same bad instincts as a thousand ascendant pop stars before them--they started taking themselves way too seriously. The dreary, self-important To the Faithful Departed was the result, and fans that had thrilled to the gossamer melodies of "Linger" and "Dreams" or the powerful crunch of "Zombie" abandoned the group in droves. They might want to reconsider. Bury the Hatchet is a welcome return to form that focuses on sweeping melodies and soaring vocals while leaving the grand pronouncements to those more suited to making them--Zack de la Rocha, say, or, at the very least, Bono. Bury the Hatchet is brimming with gorgeous tunes such as "Animal Instinct," "Saving Grace," "You and Me," and the delicate "Shattered." "Promises" and "Delilah," meanwhile, are feisty rockers, showing off Dolores O'Riordan's keening voice and confirming the band's ability to play to the back rows. --Daniel Durchholz

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Format: Audio CD
I've been a Cranberries fan since the days of "Everyone else is doing it, so why can't we?" and from then onward.
While the first two efforts were outstanding, I felt that the group began to drift in a different, not bad, just different direction for their follow up to "No Need To Argue" titled "To The Faithful Departed."
While they kept the clever creativity in titles, and phrases, nothing seemed to spark me as much as it did in the past, until the release of their fourth album simply titled "Bury The Hatchet."
At first listen to the beginning strums of the guitar in the light-rock edged "Animal Instinct" till the very last piano key hit on "Dying In The Sun", the album in my personal opinion is an amazing journey, and their best effort to this date. However, they have slowed down some, meaning, you won't find political moving statements such as "Zombie", or the tearful heartwrenching emotion such as in "Dreams", but it is still addicting none-the-less. And who says, those who have moved audinences many times before in the past don't deserve to have a good day every now and then? Delores has been through a lot in her life, and for once, its nice to hear the change in music and hear her sing not only about the bad in her life and for the freedom of her country, but now she also sings about her good days too...and for those who can't accept it and just realize that The Cranberries are all about the music, then I feel sorry for you, you shouldn't be so hard on her, because in all honesty, you don't even have to be a hardcore fan (which I am) to enjoy this album. Its just plain and simple, amazing music with a good message that rocks!
just listen for yourself.
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I heard quite a bit of negative comments regarding The Cranberries' third CD, so when their fourth CD came out, I was initially reluctant to buy it. However, the reviews were somewhat positive, so I decided to give it a shot. My conclusion: I believe the first two CDs they released are better, but this one is very listenable and worth buying.
This CD still has some of the angst that seemed to be a common thread of The Cranberries first two CDs, but there are some songs that stray quite far from heavily angst-ridden songs. Some of this music is very interesting and more rock-influenced than some of their earlier music as well. "Loud and Clear", as an example, has overlaid vocal tracks, a fast rock beat, some synthesized horn, though with a relationship theme. "Promises" similarly has a heavy rock beat with strident lead guitar; very impressive song that makes full use of Dolores O'Riordan's vocal talent.
There are also songs reminiscent of their first two albums, for example "You and Me", though in the case of this song the theme is love forever, a very positive song. Another lovely song is "Just My Imagination", which has a fairy-tale theme, rock-influenced but still solid Cranberries. "Saving Grace" is just plain pretty, and another positive song. This song perhaps could have been released as a single. "What's on My Mind" is another positive love song, which again sounds very similar to the music on the first two Cranberries CDs.
There are a several other songs I really enjoy from this CD. "Shattered" is a laid back song, an acoustic guitar taking the musical lead with the principal focus being Dolores' voice. "Desperate Andy" has a good beat and some interesting vocal effects.
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The Cranberries have never been known for their truly imaginative lyrics, and this album is no exception. The Cranberries' strong points: lead singer Dolores O'Riordan-Burton's vocals, the talent of the band, and the music itself. Bury The Hatchet finds The Cranberries in prime form, combining the focus of Everyone Else Is Doing It and No Need To Argue with the fiery nature of To The Faithful Departed, while still giving the listener something new. This combination results in one of the Cranberries' most solid albums to date.
1) Animal Instinct - Nice guitars (somewhat late-era Cure), good opener.
2) Loud And Clear - the horn section is a highlight; hints of Siouxsie & the Banshees in the guitars.
3) Promises - good choice for a blistering first single.
4) You And Me - the horn section makes a welcome return; a kind of balm for 'Promises'
5) Just My Imagination - carefree yet focused, reminds of 2nd album
6) Shattered - string section looks back at the first 2 albums, and is a welcome return
7) Desperate Andy - this song is somewhat different; reminds of Morrissey
8) Saving Grace - a return to more familiar territory; my personal least favorite
9) Copycat - while the music is strong, the lyrics are really the highlight here
10) What's On My Mind - the strings make another appearance & add much to this song
11) Delilah - 2nd only to 'Promises' in its blistering quality
12) Fee Fi Fo - not a personal favorite in terms of music, but a strong message
13) Dying In The Sun - good closer, features piano instead of guitars
Bury The Hatchet is well-crafted and highly recommended for lovers of their first 3 albums!
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