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22 Essential Cranberries Songs You Should Listen to Now

Cranberries Dolores O'Riordan died this week at age 46, and her untimely passing has fans in their feelings - and for good reason. Dolores's powerhouse vocals and distinctive Irish lilt are truly unforgettable, and her voice will live on in the band's handful of hits including "Linger," "Zombie," and "Dreams," all of which topped the charts in 1994. Their songs were also featured in hundreds of TV shows and movies throughout the next decade, solidifying the band's place in pop culture history. In honor of Dolores's fierce, remarkable voice and style, we've rounded up 22 Cranberries songs you need to hear now. RelatedThe Albums Every Alt-Girl Owned in the '90s
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The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan's Death Is 'Not Suspicious,' Police Say

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The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan's Death Is 'Not Suspicious,' Police Say
The unexpected death of Dolores O’Riordan is not being treated as suspicious, London’s Metropolitan Police confirmed Tuesday.

The Cranberries singer was in London for a recording session at the time of her death, her publicist confirmed in a statement. She was 46.

“Police in Westminster are dealing with a sudden death. Officers were called at 9:05 a.m. on Monday 15th January to a hotel in Park Lane. A woman in her mid-40s was pronounced dead at the scene. At this early stage the death is being treated as unexplained and enquiries continue,” Scotland Yard officials said in a statement to People.
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Dolores O'Riordan Was 'Full of Life' While on the Phone with Friends Hours Before Her Death

Friends of The Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan are shocked by her sudden death, including those who were in contact with her just recently.

In a statement obtained by People, O’Riordan’s longtime friend and Eleven Seven International Managing Director Dan Waite revealed the 46-year-old Irish musician had left a voicemail on his phone hours before she died.

“Dolores left me a voice message just after midnight last night stating how much she loved Bad Wolves’ version of ‘Zombie.’ She was looking forward to seeing me in the studio and recording vocals,” Waite said of O’Riordan’s remix
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Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Is Dead at 46

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Cranberries lead singer Dolores O'Riordan has died at 46, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. According to her publicist, Lindsey Holmes, the Irish songstress suddenly passed on Monday in London, where she was recording. The cause of death "wasn't immediately available." Dolores grew to fame with her Limerick-based band during the 1990s with hits like "Linger," "Zombie," and "Dreams." Their last studio album, Roses, was released in 2012. After the news of Dolores's death broke, her Cranberries bandmates - Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan, and Fergal Lawler - shared their condolences via Twitter: We are devastated on the passing of our friend Dolores. She was an extraordinary talent and we feel very privileged to have been part of her life from 1989 when we started the Cranberries. The world has lost a true artist today.Noel, Mike and Fergal - The Cranberries (@The_Cranberries) January 15, 2018 We will update this story with more details as they are reported.
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Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies at 46

Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies at 46
Dolores O'Riordan, the lead singer of the multi-platinum band The Cranberries, has died at the age of 46. No cause of death has been announced, but O'Riordan's passing was said to have been sudden with no previous signs of ill health, aside from a back problem, which forced her to cancel some shows in 2017. The Irish singer was in London for a recording session according to a statement released by her publicist. No further information has been released at this time.

The Cranberries were best known for their early 90s hits that included "Linger" and "Dreams," off their multi-platinum 1993 debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? The group also sold millions of copies of their second album, No Need to Argue, due to the massive success of the hit single "Zombie." The Cranberries' publicist confirmed Delores O'Riordan's death in a brief statement. The statement reads.

"Irish and
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Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dead at 46 (Update)

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3:10 Pm Pt -- Friends of Dolores tell TMZ ... she had been "dreadfully depressed" in recent weeks, and was also suffering with a lot of back pain. 11:08 Am Pt -- Dolores tried taking her life by Od'ing back in 2013, saying she had suffered from depression and ultimately a mental breakdown. She was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Dolores said she believed some of her emotional problems emanated from being abused as a child. The Cranberries lead singer,
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Bottomfeeder Horror Comic Is Humanoids from the Deep Meets Bad Lieutenant! On Sale Today!

Well, all I can say is: It’s about time, folks. Those nutty loonies over at Eibon Press, who’ve been kicking all the ass this past year with inspired and totally twisted comic adaptations of Lucio Fulci’s Zombie and William Lustig’s Maniac, have finally got an original title dropping. Today’s the day it hits the street. […]

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‘Dawning of the Dead’ VOD Review

Stars: Ruth Galliers, Leo Gregory, Andrew McHale, Fabien Buller, Kristofer Dayne, Ian Saynor, Tim Heath, Paul Lavers, Kimberly Jaraj, Linny Bushey, Honey Holmes | Written by Stuart Bedford, Andy Davie, Tony Jopia, Stu Jopia | Directed by Tony Jopia

When a deadly virus which reanimates the recently deceased is deliberately exposed across the world causing an epidemic on a phenomenal scale, the scientist responsible for creating the virus entrusts the details of his experiments to the only person he feels he can trust; a troubled ex-war correspondent turned anchor woman Katya (Ruth Galliers). Powerless to act and trapped in a building, Katya and her crew can only watch the world collapse through video feeds from around the globe. Unbeknown to them an agent now ascends through the building with the intent of keeping the secrets help by the scientist and now Katya lost for good. As the zombies continue to flood into
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Halloween 2017: Devil’s Night Double Feature – The Crow and House Of 1000 Corpses

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[To get you into the spooky spirit, the Daily Dead team is spotlighting double features that we think would be fun to watch this Halloween season. Check here for more double feature recommendations and other Halloween 2017 coverage.]

In horror movies, things usually go so very wrong on October 31st when it comes to the Halloween-themed offerings of the genre. But what about the night before? October 30th, or “Devil’s Night”, can also bring about its own horrific consequences, which is the theme I went with when it came time to put together my double feature of Alex ProyasThe Crow and Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses. Both are coincidentally feature film debuts for each director, they feature killer soundtracks, and this pair of films is also centered around a storyline where the characters will never be the same after their experiences on the night before Halloween.

Based on the comic by James O'Barr, The Crow finds aspiring rock star Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) rising from the grave a year after his death to take revenge on the four thugs (David Patrick Kelly, Angel David,
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‘Vault of Horror – The Italian Connection’ coming this December from Demon Records

During the early 60’s to the mid 80’s Italian horror was in its heyday – directors such as Mario Bava, Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Antonio Margheriti, Umberto Lenzi, Joe D’Amato, and Enzo. G. Castellari directed some of the most outrageous terror films ever. Films that, at the time, pushed boundaries, depicting some of the most stylish and horrific on screen images. But at the same time these films included some of the most elegant and beautiful scores, scores which gained a cult following then and to this day – and they remain as popular now as they’ve ever been.

In comes Vault of Horror – The Italian Connection from Demon Records…

Featuring twenty of the most amazing film Italian genre themes ever, it is a heady mix of funk, disco, electronic and prog rock; featuring composers such as Stelvio Cipriani, Franco Micalizzi, Roberto Donati, Carlo Rustichelli, Nico Fidenco, Ennio Morricone, Fabio Frizzi,
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Don’T Torture A Duckling – The Blu Review

Review by Roger Carpenter

While Lucio Fulci made his reputation with a series of graphically violent horror movies like Zombie (Aka Zombi 2), City of the Living Dead (Aka The Gates of Hell), The House by the Cemetery, The Beyond, and The New York Ripper, his early career was a hodgepodge of film genres including comedies, spaghetti westerns, and poliziotteschi. However, many critics argue that his greatest films were his early gialli films like A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin and Don’t Torture a Duckling. Fulci was handicapped by terribly low budgets for most of his career but some of his earlier works were actually well-funded, allowing his cinematic craftsmanship to be on full display. Such was the case with Don’t Torture a Duckling.

As was the case with many gialli of the time period, the film titles were influenced by Argento’s first three gialli, collectively known as the “Animal Trilogy.
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[Blu-Ray Review] Fulci’s ‘Don’t Torture A Duckling’ is Treated Right by Arrow

[Blu-Ray Review] Fulci’s ‘Don’t Torture A Duckling’ is Treated Right by Arrow
Admittedly, when Lucio Fulci’s name is brought up, I think more to his gorefests than his work in Giallo. Fans of the genre will lambaste me for that one, since Fulci really hit his stride doing Giallo films before achieving his international success with Zombie. With 1972’s Don’t Torture A Duckling, Fulci not only created […]
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October Horrors 2017 Day 2 – The Beyond (1981)

The Beyond, 1981.

Directed by Lucio Fulci.

Starring Catriona McCall, David Warbeck, Ciniza Monreale and Antoine St John.

Synopsis:

In New Orleans in the 1920s, an artist is gruesomely killed by an angry mob who believe he is a warlock. Several decades later, a young woman named Liza acquires the hotel where the artist was killed hoping to reopen it, unaware of its gruesome past. After a series of horrific deaths at the hotel, Liza soon discovers that her hotel actually sits upon one of the seven gates of hell and that its opening has allowed the living dead to spill out and terrorise the living.

Horror nerds need no introduction to horror maestro Lucio Fulci, the cult Italian director whose gory specialities in films such as the gloriously daft Romero cash-in Zombie Flesh Eaters (aka Zombie vs Shark aka Shard vs Eyeball) and the intestine spewing oddity City of the Living Dead
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The Official Sequel to Lucio Fulci’s Zombie is coming Today!

That iconic zombie face first burst into theaters (and theater Lobbys) almost forty years ago, with the unforgettable tag line We Are Going To Eat You! Well, guess what? That face, and those zombies, are back again, and it’s a… Continue Reading →

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The official Sequel to Lucio Fulci’s Zombie drops Tomorrow!

Lucio Fulci’s zombie is (literally) The Last Word In Zombies. And Eibon Press is keeping the fire alive! Tomorrow at 7Pm pst the epic 4-issue Zombie sequel starts to go on sale at Eibon Press, with Fulci’S Inferno! This is… Continue Reading →

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The official sequel to Lucio Fulci’S Zombie coming in just Two Days!

In Two Days, the first epic 4-issue Zombie sequel start to go on sale at Eibon Press, and we are keeping the fire alive with Fulci’S Inferno! This is the first issue of the first-ever official follow up to the… Continue Reading →

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Must Have: CavityColor’s Worm-Spinning Zombie Pin Is to Die For!

One of the horror genre’s most beloved and instantly recognizable zombies is without question old “Worm Eye” from Lucio Fulci’s Zombie (aka Zombi 2). Fans have gone out of their way to collect every single thing with the toothy ghoul… Continue Reading →

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Fabio Frizzi to Perform His “Composer’s Cut” of The Beyond Score in New York City This October

For years, Ship To Shore PhonoCo have helped spotlight the soundtracks to cult horror movies, including George A. Romero's Martin, and this October they're presenting a live performance of the iconic score to Lucio Fulci's The Beyond, performed by the composer himself, Fabio Frizzi:

On October 29th at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, Frizzi and his band will perform his Composer's Cut of The Beyond score, followed by an October 30th performance of selected score excerpts from several of Fulci's films. We have official details and a score excerpt that you can listen to below, and to learn more, visit the Music Hall of Williamsburg online.

"Ship to Shore are presenting the New York City debut of legendary Italian horror film soundtrack composer, Fabio Frizzi and his 8-piece band on October 29 and October 30 at Music Hall of Williamsburg.

Ship to Shore will offer a limited edition 45 on two variants of color vinyl.
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Lucio Fulci’s Zombie Variant Enamel Pin Coming from Cavitycolors

Cavitycolors' upcoming enamel pin (a variant on one of their previous releases) honors Italian auteur Lucio Fulci and his iconic film Zombie. Continue reading for a look at the pin designed by Aaron Crawford that actually spins!

From Cavitycolors: "Hello Boils & Ghouls!

This Thursday, we are honored to bring you a *New & Improved* variant of one of the most iconic flesh eaters in cinematic history, the iconic worm filled Zombie! This time, it's officially licensed with a brand new backing card, and more gruesome than ever! Get the details below, and set your reminders for this Thursday!"

Keep an eye on Cavitycolors online this Thursday for the official release of the new Zombie pin.

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