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Stars: The Best of 1992–2002

Stars is a compilation album and DVD from the Irish band The Cranberries. Some of the tracks on the CD are different versions of the songs provided in earlier albums. The CD also contains two new tracks: "New New York" and "Stars".


Track listing

No. Title Length
2. "Linger"   4:34
3. "Zombie"   5:07
4. "Ode to My Family"   4:31
5. "I Can't Be with You"   3:07
6. "Ridiculous Thoughts" (Radio edit) 3:36
7. "Salvation"   2:24
8. "Free to Decide" (Alternate Mix Edit) 3:23
9. "When You're Gone" (Radio Edit) 3:52
10. "Hollywood" (Radio Edit) 4:19
11. "Promises" (Radio Edit) 3:32
12. "Animal Instinct"   3:32
13. "Just My Imagination" (Edit) 3:13
14. "You & Me" (Edit) 3:17
15. "Analyse"   4:06
16. "Time Is Ticking Out"   3:01
17. "This is the Day"   4:15
18. "Daffodil Lament" (Bonus track - #1 non-single as voted by the fans) 6:06
19. "New New York" (Previously unreleased) 4:09
20. "Stars" (Previously unreleased) 3:31
Total length:

The limited edition version of this CD includes five live tracks recorded in Stockholm:

No. Title Length
1. "Zombie" (Live) 5:05
2. "Ode to My Family" (Live) 4:20
3. "Animal Instinct" (Live) 3:29
4. "Salvation" (Live) 2:28
5. "Daffodil Lament" (Live) 4:20
Total length:


In 2002, they won an award in Taiwan for best selling international band with the album Stars: The Best of 1992-2002.[4]


Region Certification Sales/shipments
United Kingdom (BPI)[5] Gold 100,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
xunspecified figures based on certification alone


Stars: The Best of Videos 1992–2002 is a DVD album by Irish rock band The Cranberries. It compiles 17 of the band's promotional videos including their new single Stars, along with alternate takes and live recordings of several songs and a documentary entitled 99 Love Life & Rock 'n' Roll.

  1. "Dreams" (Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?, September 1992)
    • Director: Peter Scammell
  2. "Linger" (Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?, February 1993)
  3. "Zombie" (No Need to Argue, September 1994)
  4. "Ode to My Family" (No Need to Argue, November 1994)
    • Director: Samuel Bayer
  5. "I Can't Be with You (No Need to Argue", February 1995)
    • Director: Samuel Bayer
  6. "Ridiculous Thoughts" (No Need to Argue, July 1995)
    • Director: Freckles Flynn
  7. "Salvation" (To the Faithful Departed, April 1996)
  8. "Free to Decide" (To the Faithful Departed, August 1996)
  9. "When You're Gone" (To the Faithful Departed, November 1996)
    • Director: Karen Bellone
  10. "Promises" (Bury the Hatchet, March 1999)
    • Director: Olivier Dahan
  11. "Animal Instinct" (Bury the Hatchet, July 1999)
    • Director: Olivier Dahan
  12. "Just My Imagination" (Bury the Hatchet, September 1999)
  13. "You and Me" (Bury the Hatchet, March 2000)
    • Director: Maurice Linnane
  14. "Analyse" (Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, September 2001)
    • Director: Keir McFarlane
  15. "Time Is Ticking Out" (Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, March 2002)
    • Director: Maurice Linnane
  16. "This is the Day" (Wake Up and Smell the Coffee, June 2002)
    • Director: Olivier Dahan
  17. "Stars" (Stars: The Best of 1992–2002, October 2002)


Alternate takes

  • "Dreams"
  • "Ridiculous Thoughts"
  • "When You're Gone"
  • "Analyse"

Live favorites

  • "Daffodil Lament" ('94 Astoria UK)
  • "Empty" ('94 Astoria)
  • "Sunday" ('96 tour)

Live at Vicar Street

  • "Time is Ticking Out"
  • "Linger"
  • "In the Ghetto"
  • "Ode to My Family"
  • "Shattered"
  • "Animal Instinct"
  • "Loud and Clear"
  • "I Can't Be with You"
  • "Analyse"

'99 Love Life & Rock 'n' Roll

Also on the DVD is a 26-minute documentary entitled '99 Love Life & Rock 'n' Roll and directed by Ciaran Donnelly. In it, the band members speak about their career, expectations for the future, and how some songs were composed, like "Linger" and "Zombie".

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