Remastered edition of The Cranberries’ No Need to Argue arriving in September
A remastered and expanded edition of The Cranberries’ sophomore album No Need to Argue will be released September 18th via Island Records/UMe.
Originally released in 1994, No Need to Argue became the band’s biggest-selling album with global sales of 17 million copies. The record also contains the band’s most commercially successful single “Zombie.”
The record’s expanded 2CD and digital versions include a remaster of the album and three B-sides: “Away,” “I Don’t Need,” and “So Cold In Ireland” from the original tapes. Additionally, the record contains 19 previously unreleased tracks including two songs not officially released in any format:
“Yesterday’s Gone” – recorded unplugged for MTV in 1995 and a demo of “Serious,” which has only existed as a bootleg YouTube video.
After No Need to Argue’s release, the band went on to produce six more studio albums–– the final record, In The End, was released in January 2019, a year after lead singer Dolores O’Riordan’s death.
No Need to Argue is available for pre-order here.