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In the End (stylised as in the end) is the eighth and final studio album by the Irish alternative rock band the Cranberries, released on 26 April 2019 by BMG. It is the band’s first release since the death of singer Dolores O'Riordan, who died on 15 January 2018, though her vocals are featured posthumously.

Album Cover Reveal trailer - March 29 - Directed by Andy Hines. THE MAP. This is the very first sketch that I sent to Logic for the Everybody cover art. It's different than my usual in that there's not even a hint at who anyone is or will be. This is becaus. e didn't know how many people there would be on the cover, who those people would be, or where they'd go, but we knew even with those questions unanswered, I had to begin somewhere. In December of last year, I sent him this sketch. We sat down for hours on end facetiming, notebooks & computers on hand, putting together a puzzle.

Take a listen to the nostalgic number below. In The End Artwork: In The End Tracklist: 01. All Over Now 02. Lost 03.

Logic's third album on Def Jam Records is finally here. At the end of March, the label teased us with the captivating title song, "Everybody. It pulls the listener right in, like a danceable party jam. But listen to the lyrics and you will find dark undertones of the bigotry Logic has experienced from two sides in America - black and white. Courtesy of the artist. His first solo album, Under Pressure, started his launch to the top of the charts - that release, plus other works, have helped him track over 1 billion streams to date. Logic said in a recent Billboard interview that this album is his first concept album on current events and important discussions on race. It's a true to form embodiment of humanity," he says. There's every color in the rainbow, every ethnicity, and sexual orientation, high income, low income.

Everybody is Logic’s third top 10 album, and fourth entry overall on the list. It follows Bobby Tarantino (No. 12 in 2016), The Incredible True Story (No. 3, 2015) and Under Pressure (No. 4, 2014). Everybody also grants Logic his best sales week ever, surpassing his previous high of 118,000 sold by The Incredible True Story in its first week. Everybody launches with a robust 196,000 in album sales, but also 4,000 in TEA and 47,000 in SEA. The latter figure translates to 7. million on-demand audio streams for the songs on the album (1,500 streams equals one SEA unit). At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Chris Stapleton scores his best sales week yet, as his second solo studio effort, From A Room: Volume 1, debuts with 219,000 units (and 202,000 in traditional album sales).

Everybody is an album by The Sea and Cake, released on May 8, 2007. It was the band's first release in four years, following 2003's One Bedroom, and was released on Thrill Jockey.

When Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?, the Cranberries’ major-label debut, was released in March of 1993, we were gutted, says Noel Hogan, the band’s guitarist and co-songwriter. The reason? It came out and basically disappeared without a trace, he recalls. Their next album, 1994’s No Need to Argue, went on to sell more than 17 million units, and its first single, the O’Riordan-penned smash Zombie, is currently enjoying new life on the charts courtesy of an updated cover from . groove-metal act Bad Wolves. But as they got close to completion, tragedy struck. That album, titled In the End, will also be the Cranberries’ last. The Cranberries is the four of us, you know? Hogan says.

So it’s a relief to find that ‘In The End’ – a farewell to Celtic waft-rockers The Cranberries – was well underway before the tragic death of singer Delores O’Riordan last January. The demo vocals she’d already recorded are pretty much album-ready, their slightly unpolished edge even helping throw back to the band’s 1992 debut album ‘Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?’, home to the ayed ‘Linger’. It’s rare indeed that a farewell brings a career so neatly full-circle.


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  • Produced At – The Abattoir Of Good Taste Mobile


  • Drums – Billy Ward
  • Producer, Ukulele, Performer [Everything Else] – David Barratt
  • Vocals – Various
  • Written-By – John Lennon
  • Written-By [Credited To] – Lennon/McCartney*


Ukulele Version recorded January 19th 2009 – July 31st 2012. Produced around the world in The Abattoir Of Good Taste Mobile.

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