Double CD set. Irish Alt-rockers, the Cranberries, became Top 40 superstars following the stateside release of their debut album, 1993's Everybody's Doing It So Why Can't We? The band's blend of Alternative Rock and dreamy Pop was the perfect musical backdrop for lead singer Dolores O'Riordan's distinct combination of brassy Rock vocals and ethereal crooning with the guitarist/bass Hogan brothers, Noel and Michael and drummer Fergal Lawler. Despite considerable chart success in excess of 40 million album sales, the Limerick based band went on a well deserved indefinite hiatus in the early 2000s. In the meantime, Dolores released a solo album in 2007 and Noel Hogan released an album as Mono Band in 2005.