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The Cranberries — No Need to Argue
Album: No Need to Argue
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Released: 1994
Length: 2:52
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 red5_bc wrote: 

So is every day silent and grey in that seaside town that they forget to bomb?
  
 
 
dbreece wrote:

Come Armageddon, come!
  
Sandyclaws wrote:
Wow, I really, 
really, hope you are not referencing the IRA-British government conflict in a way that makes light of the horrific violence, brutal repression, and many lives lost on both sides. Because that would just be . . . well, tacky and insensitive, to put it mildly.

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No, no: part of this song sounds like Morrissey's "Every Day is Like Sunday." red5_bc and dbreece are just quoting lyrics from the (great) Morrissey song. Can't say this Cranberries song works for me as much, sadly. 
 mandolin wrote:
...very nice after storms in africa...
 
I'd have to agree strangely, as I can remember pairing these up myself after No Need to Argue came out.  Cool, Bill.


Durgelike...never got past the first effort w/them...she sounds VERY emotionally high maintenence
Posted: Sep 22, 2009 - 11:41 < Reply >

 red5_bc wrote:

So is every day silent and grey in that seaside town that they forget to bomb?
 
 
 
dbreece wrote:

Come Armageddon, come!

 

Wow, I really, really, hope you are not referencing the IRA-British government conflict in a way that makes light of the horrific violence, brutal repression, and many lives lost on both sides. Because that would just be . . . well, tacky and insensitive, to put it mildly.

I feel that there is a great need to argue - this bites. . .
This song reminds me of the last years of high-school, when I listened it for the first time... it is therefore a great song!!
 planetclare wrote:
Aargh - Dolores O'Riordan's voice makes my ears bleed!
 
Aye! Can't think of anyone whose voice I dislike more...Janis Joplin? close. Lucinda Williams? again, close. No, Dolores has that honor all to herself.

A vocalized durge would be my first thought...
{#Yawn}
...very nice after storms in africa...
 red5_bc wrote:
So is every day silent and grey in that seaside town that they forget to bomb?
 
Come Armageddon, come!

 Colorwise wrote:
I live in a town, in far eastern Canada, where a radio station plays Skynyrd, Bob Seger and Phil Collins as if they are local heroes. So...hearing Beck, Metric and this particular song from the Cranberries is a treat to my ears.
A 10 for these songs. Thanks RP
 
{#Clap} I know where you're coming from. Viva RP!

 planetclare wrote:
Aargh - Dolores O'Riordan's voice makes my ears bleed!
 

Happily my ears are unbloodied. But they are wishing the next song starts soon!
Have alway thought that if Canadian Geese could sing, they would sound like this.  {#Sad}
 michaelgmitchell wrote:

 
Amen! Fellow North American!

Aargh - Dolores O'Riordan's voice makes my ears bleed!
 Colorwise wrote:
I live in a town, in far eastern Canada, where a radio station plays Skynyrd, Bob Seger and Phil Collins as if they are local heroes.
So...hearing Beck, Metric and this particular song from the Cranberries is a treat to my ears.
A 10 for these songs.
Thanks RP
Amen to that, fellow Canadian. I've heard so much 'new' music here on RP, loaded up my iTunes playlist. Don't like everything I hear, but the vast majority, yes. Commercial radio? What's that? 


I will never forget...
 dogpound wrote:
break up music
 
Music to cut by.

Great 'flow' from the Enya track....GREAT CD
Great song,...best rating {#Clap}
I agree.

Dolores O'Riordan is about as punk as Enya!

Bill Baileys, I salute you.
 Droidac wrote:

So I'm not the only one to make the Morissey connection there!

 
Yeah, me neither!

 red5_bc wrote:
So is every day silent and grey in that seaside town that they forget to bomb?

 
So I'm not the only one to make the Morissey connection there!

This one is a bit more Enya'esque.
all their songs hinge on liking or loathing her distinct voice and delivery.
Drivel. :yawn:
Been hearing a lot of Cranberries recently on RP. Not that I mind that much as I hadn't really listened to any in probably 10 years. I like them, but too much is ... well ... too much. Enjoy in moderation.
So is every day silent and grey in that seaside town that they forget to bomb?
I live in a town, in far eastern Canada, where a radio station plays Skynyrd, Bob Seger and Phil Collins as if they are local heroes. So...hearing Beck, Metric and this particular song from the Cranberries is a treat to my ears. A 10 for these songs. Thanks RP
I am into it! As the fruits, not a lot, but here and there they are great!
Not my thing really but thanks to RP I know what not to buy :think:
...with a few notable exceptions, the preponderance of the cranberries' music is best only in extreme moderation...i can't really stomach listening through any of their albums, but i rather enjoy this track standing by itself...
FluorideFreeMN wrote:
... Should there be a way to remove tracks from RP?
No
I really enjoyed this album, but this was one of my least favorite tracks from it. Should there be a way to remove tracks from RP?
20times0ver wrote:
Special to me Special to me Special to me Special to me No need to Auh-Gue OOOh 000h ooh special.
Stop smoking too much of this modern weed. It's way too strong. :eek:
Special to me Special to me Special to me Special to me No need to Auh-Gue OOOh 000h ooh special.
Liked it years ago, and even if PG likes it, I like it still. Thanks for playing it Bill.
I hope they do play it again...It is special to me..bigB_3 wrote:
I am not going to argue but there is no need to ever play this again.
I try to like them, I promise I do....but I just can't for some reason.....
pdsm7 wrote:
Lame.
I am not going to argue but there is no need to ever play this again.
Lame.
and i was 17 =(
dogpound wrote:
break up music
This was obvious even before the FIRST time you said it. :angel:
On_The_Beach wrote:
Gawd, it's just no fun when he likes something, especially a snoozer like this.
Yeah. I feel kind of cheated too.
physicsgenius wrote:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
Gawd, it's just no fun when he likes something, especially a snoozer like this.
PG likes a song. Something is definitely off balance in the universe. There is no need to argue anymore! Surely the end is near! Goodbye cruel worrrrrr r r l d !!! physicsgenius wrote:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
This reminds me of carpooling with a friend when I was in high school. We listened to this CD ad nauseum our senior year. What ever happened to you, Carolyn?
GAHHHHHH!
MojoJojo wrote:
Wait a minute, you are saying you LIKE this (anything)? :stupid: physicsgenius wrote:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
just 10%, everything else is crap. :roflol:
you should hear corrosion of conformity do this one live.
physicsgenius wrote:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
Holy Canoli, Batman! I think I agree with Physicsgenius!! Will wonders never cease?
Wait a minute, you are saying you LIKE this (anything)? :stupid: physicsgenius wrote:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
Oh, just shoot me now!
This is nice. I'm so surprised. They're usually so corny. I actually thought it was ol' cueball singing (Sinead).
MojoJojo wrote:
Preezactly what I was thinking. I like the berries, but the lyrics remind me of some speeches I got from a couple of pseudo-psychotic former girlfriends. (shudder) :stop:
Well, obviously it's break up music. But it's good. Very hymnal, but with those great Cranberry vocals.
Thanks for playing this! I always loved the harmonies and melody of this, quite pretty.
wow! so many high school momories come to me listining to this song now.... anyway.... surely the best cranberrie's album.
This is my favourite song, definitely. I love it
This whole album is excellent to listen to. They were so much better before they got preachy.
Every day is like Sunday.... Oh, wait, wrong song.
I TRY TO LIKE THEM , BUT HER VOICE GETS TO ME. SORRY, I KNOW I'M IN THE MINORITY.
Go Cranberries; you can't beat this stuff!
Preezactly what I was thinking. I like the berries, but the lyrics remind me of some speeches I got from a couple of pseudo-psychotic former girlfriends. (shudder) :stop: dogpound wrote:
break up music
this whole cd is incredible :daisy: :sunny: :notworthy: :yes:
Come back Sinnead, all is forgiven!
I thought I liked the Cranberries....
break up music