Anything EP (1990)
Self-Released on Cassette as The Cranberry Saw Us
03. Storm In A Teacup.
04. Good Morning God.
Water Circle EP (1990)
Also released on Cassette as The Cranberry Saw Us
04. A Fast One.
* Couldn't find the original Demo version so included a live version of it.
Nothing Left At All (1990)
Also released on cassette as The Cranberry Saw Us
01. Nothing Left At All.
02. Pathetic Senses.
Uncertain EP (1991)
Released on CD as The Cranberries
02. Nothing Left At All.
03. Pathetic Senses.
They recorded a session for John Peel that was broadcast 16th February 1992. The four songs were Waltzing Back, Linger, Wanted and I Will Always .
One of the great lessons I guess to learn from the band is persistence does eventually pay off! They went from selling demo cassettes that were limited to 300 copies as The Cranberry Saw Us to a multi-platinum selling band as The Cranberries.
Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We? - The Cranberries
Produced by Stephen Street
Released 1st March 1993
UK Chart #1
Irish Chart #1
US Chart #18
Dolores O'Riordan – vocals, acoustic guitar
Noel Hogan – guitars, backing vocals
Mike Hogan – bass
Fergal Lawler – drums, percussion
Mike Mahoney – additional vocals (Dreams)
Singles From the Album
First released in September 1992 reached only #88 in the UK Chart and then reissued in April 1994 when it peaked at #27.
Released 23rd February 1993 and only reached #74 in the UK Chart. It was reissued a year later and hit #14.
Let The Day Begin...Let The Day Start!