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    1. Kagazilkree

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      Listen to Bury The Hatchet (The Complete Sessions ) by The Cranberries on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends.
    2. Maumuro

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      Features Song Lyrics for The Cranberries's Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
    3. Bagul

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      Animal Instinct Loud and Clear Promises You and Me Just My Imagination Shattered Desperate Andy Saving Grace Copycat What's on My Mind Delilah Fee Fi Fo.
    4. Jukazahn

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      The twentieth song recorded for Bury The Hatchet remains unknown, as only 19 tracks were released. It might be an early version of ‘Do You Know’, which is known to have been created during the Bury The Hatchet era. This song was later released on Wake Up And Smell The Coffee.
    5. Zulujas

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      Get all the lyrics to songs on Bury the Hatchet (The Complete Sessions ) and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
    6. Dudal

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      Jan 01,  · Bualadh Bos – The Cranberries Live is a live album from the Irish band The Cranberries, released by Island Records on 10 November $ To the Faithful Departed/5(52).
    7. Grojinn

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      Dec 19,  · Bury The Hatchet" was the fourth studio album by The Cranberries and was originally released in After the hiatus following "To The Faithful Departed" the band bounced back with the very consistent "Bury The Hachet" featuring the sweeping melodies and .
    8. Tojahn

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      Jul 30,  · It's immediately apparent that Bury the Hatchet: The Complete Sessions has retreated from the ludicrous posturing that marred To the Faithful. There are no blasts of distorted guitar -- as a matter of fact, there are no songs that even qualify as "rockers" -- and there is little preaching, even on Dolores O'Riordan's most earnest dance.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfoed on: July 30,
    9. Telar

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      Cranberries seem to believe it doesn't make sense. Next intriguing issue is the title, that 'Fee Fi Fo' which the song begins and ends with, and which seemingly couldn't fit less with such a serious subject. It sounds like careless whistling, sign of some disrespect.
    10. Akilkree

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