Roses (studio album) by The Cranberries
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The best album by The Cranberries is No Need To Argue which is ranked number 1035 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,811.
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Roses track list
All 6 charts that this album appears in:
|2021||Moondance||Top 100 Music Albums of 2012||40/100||3|
|2021||Rovers||Top 18 Music Albums of 2012||12/18||2|
|2020||pablomusik||Top 98 Music Albums of the 2010s||67/98||7|
|2020||1d410Arthur||Top 100 Greatest Music Albums||77/100||23|
|2020||bonafini||Top 50 Music Albums of 2012||42/50||1|
|2020||pablomusik||Top 26 Music Albums of 2012||5/26||4|
|Total Charts: The total number of charts that this album has appeared in.||6|
|Total Rank Score: The total rank score.||39|
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This is something of a return to their earlier sound. It's not as strong as their first two albums, and there isn't a track that immediately jumps out as the "hit." But it's a decidely pleasant collection, one that improves on repeated listens.
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