The Cranberries - Promises album FLAC
Promises (The Cranberries song). Single by The Cranberries. from the album Bury the Hatchet. Promises" is a rock song by Irish band The Cranberries. It is the first single from the band's fourth album, Bury the Hatchet, released in 1999. The song was the only single from the album to chart in the US and the last single before their hiatus. The song, which has a heavy rock beat with strident lead guitar, deals with the subject of divorce. A music video, directed by Olivier Dahan, was released to promote the single.
Oh, all the promises we broke (promises we broke) All the meaningless and empty words I spoke, spoke, spoke. Promises is a rock song by Irish band The Cranberries. It is the first single from the band’s fourth album, Bury the Hatchet, released in 1999. The song was played live for the first time at The Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo (Norway) in 1998.
This song is by The Cranberries and appear. n the album Bury the Hatchet (1999). on the bonus tracks of the album Roses (2012). This song has been covered by Mesmerize under the title "Promises" You'd better believe I'm comingYou'd better believe what I sayYou'd better hold on to your promises, becauseYou bet you'll get what you deserve.
Features Song Lyrics for The Cranberries's Promises album. The Cranberries - Promises Album Lyrics. 1. Promises (album version) Lyrics. 2. Promises (live at Nobel Peace Prize Concert Oslo) Lyrics. 4. The Sweetest Thing Lyrics.
Something Else is the seventh studio album by alternative rock band The Cranberries, released on 28 April 2017, through BMG. The album, which features "unplugged" and orchestral versions of ten previously released singles and three new songs, was recorded at the Irish Chamber Orchestra Building, the University of Limerick, Ireland. The album cover is a re-enactment of the front cover image of the band's 1994 album No Need to Argue with the four members each in exactly the same positions.
Promises" is the lead single for The Cranberries' fourth record "Bury The Hatchet" (1999). It was released in february 1999. Promises" would be the only single from the album to chart in the US and last single before their hiatus. The album peaked at 7 in the UK and 13 in the US. The song has heavy rock beat with strident lead guitar and makes full use of singer's vocal abilities. The song is dealing with the divorce subject. You and Me. The Cranberries. Ordinary Day. Dolores O'Riordan.
Band Name The Cranberries. Released date April 1999. Labels Island Records. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album2. The Sweetest Thing. Other productions from The Cranberries. In The End. Something Else.
50974" Bury The Hatchet
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- Written-By – O'Riordan*
NotesSingle pressed for UK Jukebox distribution. It has black machine moulded labels, and came without a picture sleeve.
Jukebox use only. Not for sale.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
|314 572 569-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Maxi)||Island Records, Universal Music||314 572 569-2||Canada||1999|
|572 569-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single)||Island Records||572 569-2||Australia||1999|
|CRAN 1||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single, Promo)||Island Records||CRAN 1||UK||1999|
|572 591-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single, CD1)||Island Records, Mercury||572 591-2||UK||1999|
|CDP 211||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Maxi, Promo, Car)||Island Records||CDP 211||Mexico||1999|