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The Cranberries’ Expanded Version Of No Need To Argue Out In November

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The Cranberries’ No Need To Argue is due to hit shelves in an expanded edition.

The Irish band’s 1994 Stephen Street-produced sophomore effort sold almost 20 million albums worldwide and remains their biggest selling effort to date.

Island Records/UMe have announced the remastered and expanded version of the album that includes bonus material that ranges from B-sides to remixes to demos to rare live versions. The live material is pulled from performances that took place from 1994-1995.

The 19 previously unreleased tracks in the collection include two songs–“Yesterday’s Gone” and a demo of “Serious”– that were never released in any official format.

The set comes with a 5,000 word essay written by Cranberries archivist Eoin Devereux as well as never before seen photographs culled from album photo sessions.

The set was due earlier, but in a statement the band explained why the release date has changed: “Unfortunately our label has had to defer the release of our 25th anniversary edition of ‘No Need To Argue’ until November 13 due to production and shipping related issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, which were exacerbated by pre-orders for the album exceeding all our expectations. We are so sorry to disappoint but this is out of our control and we hope you all understand.”

No Need To Argue Expanded is out November 13.