Pop Rock, 2001
The Cranberries’s latest album Wake Up and Smell the Coffee is so tired that it is painful to listen. The first single, Analyze, is Linger‘s bastard child, and it’s a good indication of the overall sound of this album.
There are mutant bastard children of all their previous albums in this album, and the entire déjà vu is so overpowering that I feel really cheated of my money. Dolores O’Riordon Burton’s vocals are always clear and great to the ears, but the album is really boring. I will really need to smell the coffee to stay awake throughout the album.
I want my money back.
Cantankerous muffin who loves boys that sparkle, unicorns, money, chocolates, and fantastical stories.