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updated: Spring 2006
News: Angelo Badalamenti reveals the title of a
new song that he's working with Dolores and might be included in the soundtrack
of "Secrets of Love" movie, according to the magazine "Mix":
"I just finished a new song with her called "The Butterfly,"
which is wonderful, that I'd like to get into a film. I'll start showing that to
some directors now. She's a terrific talent, and she keeps sending me lyrics.
We've never met. I work on music and send it back to her, and then once I get
her key on the phone - she'll sing to me - then I'll do a track her, send it to
her and then she'll do the vocal. Then she sends back to me, and I do the mix
here, and that's that. That's how we work"
"The Irish Echo" one of the most popular Irish-American newspaper
included Cranberries' album "No Need to Argue" in the list of the most
essential Irish albums
Dolores' solo album is due in mid-2006 followed by a world tour, and as she said
at her interview in Hot Press about the album "You might think, 'Oh, that's
the same singer', but otherwise it's completely different to the Cranberries.
Lyrically too, you wouldn't have written something as dark and personal as that
with the boys."
The Cranberries are among the 12 artists that are included in Dublin's
"Wall of Fame" exhibition.
New releases include "The Cranberries Millennium Collection: 20th Century
Masters" CD with 11 of their greatest hits and a 5-track DVD compilation
with the videos for "Linger", "Zombie",
"Salvation", "Ridiculous thoughts" and "Animal
Cranberries' first video release "Live" in 1994, is now re-released on
DVD under the title "Live in London"
Dolores' projects available now: "Mirror
Lover" her collaboration with German duo Jam&Spoon from their album
"Triplomatic Fairytales 3003", "Ave Maria" from
"Songs Inspired by "The Passion of the Christ", "Puro
Amore" with italian star Zucchero-from his duets album and DVD
"Zucchero & Co.", "Angels Go to Heaven" from the
italian horror movie, "EvilEnko", the song was written by Dolores and
Angelo Badalamenti, composer of the soundtracks for "Blue Velvet" and
"Mullholland Drive". The soundtrack is released in Italy and also
includes another song by Dolores, called "The Woodstrip/There's No Way Out
The album "Zucchero & Co." which includes Zucchero's duet with
Dolores ("Puro Amore") was released in Europe and went straight to #1
in Italy and Switzerland. (Source: Zombieguide)
According to the World's End website, Dolores has recorded a new song called
"Apple of My Eye" with producer Tim Palmer. No word yet on what the
song might be used for.
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