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The Cranberries - In The End (2019) Published: April 26/19 Released: April 26/19 albumAlternative11 Tracks • 42 Minutes
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    SELECTED LINE: It’s rare indeed that a farewell brings a career so neatly full-circle. -New Musical Express (NME)
    In The End is the eight studio album by The Cranberries, released by Curtain Call through Juztol from BMG on April 26, 2019.
    Preview
    1. All Over Now4:16
    2. Lost3:59
    3. Wake Me When It's Over4:11
    4. A Place I Know4:26
    5. Catch Me If You Can4:38
    6. Got It4:02
    7. Illusion4:07
    8. Crazy Heart3:25
    9. Summer Song3:34
    10. The Pressure3:21
    11. In the End2:56
℗ 2019 Curtain Call Limited and Juztol Limited under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
Critic Reviews (33)

In The End is a final bow and a masterpiece.

100% 2 years ago

Indie is not a genre Indie is not a genre

They have drawn to a close a three decade-long career with a triumphant collection of songs that are unashamedly theirs.

60% 2 years ago

Sungenre Sungenre

If this is truly The Cranberries’ finally record, then it’s one for the ages.

90% 2 years ago

The Young Folks The Young Folks

A worthy epitaph - a collection of heartfelt, heartbreaking songs that capture O'Riordan's fragility and fierceness, and resist any temptation towards sentimentality.

2 years ago


In the End is a poignant and beautiful swan song to mark the death of their friend and the end of the band’s career.

90% 2 years ago

The Australian The Australian (TOP)

For devoted fans, “In The End” represents a loving, considered farewell.

2 years ago

San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Chronicle

Though not perfect, In the End is a reminder of the smoldering vulnerability that earned The Cranberries their initial fame and a testament to why they’ll be remembered long after they’re gone.

75% 2 years ago

Consequence of Sound Consequence of Sound

Musically, the album offers more of The Cranberries’ trademark polished arena-friendly Celtic mysticism, shot through with manicured bursts of brooding gothic guitar.

60% 2 years ago

The Scotsman The Scotsman

The album comes off as one of the best records in The Cranberries' discography, with a multitude of very strong songs and beautifully chilling vocal performances.

80% 2 years ago

Ultimate Guitar Ultimate Guitar

A warm, devout farewell to Dolores O'Riordan.

60% 2 years ago

Rolling Stone (DE) Rolling Stone (DE)

O’Riordan’s soft, angelic vocals were haunting already, so every word here has huge import, especially on the title track, an acoustic ballad that closes the album with a sorrowful sigh.

80% 2 years ago

Evening Standard Evening Standard

Above all, In the End provides a sense of closure for a much-loved band.

70% 2 years ago

Crack Magazine Crack Magazine

In the End is another time capsule of immortality in a world where life is fragile and painfully transient.

80% 2 years ago

The Irish Times The Irish Times (TOP)

In the End is a moving album and a worthy epitaph for O’Riordan and the band’s legacy.

70% 2 years ago


Pure and heartfelt ... A wonderful epitaph.

80% 2 years ago


It’s an 11-track album with lyrics that explore personal turmoil over the Cranberries’ melodic, driving Celtic alt-rock.

2 years ago

The Associated Press The Associated Press (TOP)

In The End serves as a fitting celebration to not only O’Riordan, but a fitting bookend to The Cranberries’ legendary career.

2 years ago

RIFF Magazine RIFF Magazine

On In The End, The Cranberries have possibly delivered their finest album in their 30-year and eight-album history.

100% 2 years ago

The Spill Magazine (CA) The Spill Magazine (CA)

The songs here are a long way from Cranberries classics such as Linger and Zombie.

40% 2 years ago

The Times of London The Times of London (TOP)

It sounds like The Cranberries found some kind of closure in this last record.

80% 2 years ago

The Independent (UK) The Independent (UK) (TOP)

By the time the last strum closes out the title track at the end of the album, you feel goodbye happen whether you are ready or not. Fitting.

2 years ago

BeatRoute BeatRoute

There are songs full of wonderfully beautiful melodies and for the last time with the enchanting voice of Dolores O'Riordan.

2 years ago

Sounds and Books Sounds and Books

They came out of it with a final album that does O’Riordan’s and the Cranberries’ legacies proud.

2 years ago


In the End does not signpost a tragedy but actually a more hopeful sound.

60% 2 years ago

theartsdesk.com theartsdesk.com

Not only were we not expecting it – we weren’t even entitled to think it could be this good. But it is.

80% 2 years ago

Hot Press Hot Press

The Cranberries' final album is a remarkable tribute to Dolores O'Riordan.

80% 2 years ago

The Skinny The Skinny

One of the finest releases by The Cranberries.

60% 2 years ago

HeadStuff HeadStuff

In the End is a fitting last hurrah for an artist of great talent and consequence.

60% 2 years ago

Exclaim Exclaim

It’s the same game for number eight.

40% 2 years ago

Metro Newspaper UK Metro Newspaper UK

Despite the sadness, In The End is a fitting finale for a emotive band.

70% 2 years ago

Newcastle Herald (AU) Newcastle Herald (AU)

It is a living, breathing piece of work that will inevitably keep the legacy of Dolores O’Riordan and The Cranberries around for eternity.

100% 2 years ago

CrypticRock.com CrypticRock.com

'In The End' shows us, that ultimately, O'Riordan and her band will stay everlasting.

80% 2 years ago

Clash Music Clash Music

It’s rare indeed that a farewell brings a career so neatly full-circle.

60% 2 years ago

New Musical Express (NME) New Musical Express (NME) (TOP)
User Reviews (5)

HeyBullDog20092 years ago
Classic Cranberries sound but a sad Tribute The newly released first cut “All Over Now” is classic Cranberries sound ... with heavy hearts I’m sure the guys painstakingly tried to capture there magic one last time ... finishing the music to the late Dolores O’Rierdon’s prerecorded vocal’s .. it’s any Cranberries fan must have ... if the rest of the record is as good as the single released today on the one year anniversary of the singers passing ... we’re truly in store for one last treat .... Thank you guys for this last but fitting tribute !

BenCDE132 years ago
Yes, I remember. I remember it all. So many memories. Hearing this new song literally brings tears to my eyes...hearing Dolores’ voice again. It’s unreal. Thank you to the remaining members for putting this out. Us fans really needed it. Anyone who rates this as anything below five stars isn’t a real fan. I wish the best to the remaining members of the band...much love. ❤️

Can’t wait I miss the 90s

adchyrch2 years ago
So Sad If the rest of the album sounds l like the 3 songs i just heard then this looks to be one of their very best albums, but its sad because Delores is gone and I know she had so much more music in her. I am grateful that the rest of the band finished this and is putting this out its like a farewell to their fans, I would have given this 6 stars if I could have. RIP Delores you are missed but your legacy lives on

ohthatdelia2 years ago
In the End Love hearing the music of The Cranberries ... and of course the fabulous voice of Dolores O'Riordan. Looking forward to purchasing this album. This song is very haunting ... "a hotel in London" ... released on the one year anniversary of her passing. R.I.P dear Dolores.
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