The Cranberries - Zombie (SNL 1995) [HQ]

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mytoobusr : RIP Delores. Beautiful soul gone too soon

eve _kali : Remember when actual bands used to play actual instruments on actual stages while actually singing?

Magegg : One of the best songs ever, I'd say.

schlooonginator : Impressive. They sound almost exactly like they did in studio.

primovid : Wikipedia says this is one of the best SNL performances ever...I agree! Having seen literally hundreds of concerts, it is incredibly difficult to perform flawlessly at this level in only one take.

Lucas Chacon : This version gives me goosebumps. Rest In Peace Dolores, your voice will last in our hearts forever.

Dean Galloway : I like her haircut and stunning vocal control equally. You were as beautiful as your music Dolores O’Riordan. We will miss you so.😢

DEthe5150 : Sad to hear that Dolores passed away today. :'( R.I.P.

Ciaran O’Dobvhlin : R.I.P Dolores,sleep tight. Ireland won’t forget❤️

Nick Smith : A very powerful song, especially if you are aware of what was going on in Northern Ireland in the mid-90s.

Not every 1 : Heart fell to the floor as soon as I heard. Rest in peace, legend

burned fromthesun : Why does her voice induce real tears. Lol. Like I wanna break down when I hear her voice. It's indescribable.

BullyG : The way her voice echos and cracks on the high notes is amazing..........

Su Amigo El Ilegal : music like this this days is impossible to make

Badwing : This is one of my favorite songs. She can hit all those little voice nuances perfectly as on the recording. This song will be forever. I like how if you really love a band and then see them suck live it makes a band like this really show everyone what "pro" means.

Sid Smith : We are saddened of the passing of Dolores. This was an amazing performance. One of the best ever on SNL. Fantastic vocals. This Irish band was always one of my favorites. RIP. We mourn you in Indianapolis

PurelyAfrican : Back then it was normal to see a woman with a guitar in their handsIt was not shocking. Now people are still shocked if you see a female guitarist/rocker.  THIS was the golden era of female musicians there were so many! We really had role models. If you were a female music fan or aspiring musician you had someone to look up to. I feel for girls now who do they have; katy perry and demi levato?! Dolores you are so missed- end of an era...

R I C K S W A N : Can you imagine being there, seeing this, hearing this for the first time?

Sung Yul Taylor : 90's was an AMAZING time for music. People like Dolores O'Riordan actually put their soul into music instead of just chanting about $$$ and hoes. I don't wanna hear about your $$$ and women unless you actually make it poetic. Try writing a song like this talented band for once.

Lissette Rodriguez : please bring back the 90's rock

ALLinALL-Good : *_Godspeed to You on Your Way Beautiful Angel_*

Rob Ellis : She was a bad ass chic, amazing unique voice and super hot.

Bar Gallagher : RIP, I am sad to say that I have not listened to her music in ages, you forget how good it was!;

Jeremy Paré : If you went to highschool from 94-99 and this wasnt on one of your mix tapes you had issues

blackbirdxpress : Wow. I forgot that people used to make music that had a message and meant something bigger than just their money and their sexual conquests....

wsiers : You can just hear the absolute pain in her soul as she sings this. Absolutely, stunningly brilliant.

Tam Chin : This song always gives me goosebumps, and its message is still relevant today. You've given us an anthem against mindless, senseless, soul-crushing violence. Rest in peace, Dolores.

Paul Wolf : Rest In Peace your voice will live on! 💔💔💔

ClassicVideos80s : No 1 in Australia 1994 RIP Delores.

Evan M : probably one of the top 3 SNL live performances of all-time

hbgalore1 : If this was the first time I heard this song, I'd probably just be so stunned I wouldn't be able to get out of my chair.

19iyaman79 : it's been 21 years and i still find it amazing! this song always reminded of my youth.. .reminded me of the girl that i used to love.

Trev Mac : i am *IRISH* and i am so proud of her...i love her

Rick Rose : Dolores. Chrissie. Patti. What a rock star looks like.

Joseph Asdo : I love the part then her voice cracks it gives the song a meaning

killinemharshly : R.I.P. i woke up for for this morning to find out you are gone oh my......i listen to hardcore rap for the most part but this song has a special place for me and my anger issues....one of the best voices of my generation thanks you

Edward : Any citizens of Ireland here? Would like to know how powerful this song is to the people of Ireland and the general opinion of it.

Stan Smith : To answer everyone's question, it's tilted due to copyright. I can probably make a download of my SNL folder if people want it.

Matt, son of Ev : The way she says zombie when she sings gives me chills. Always has. Love it

S Brown : R.I.P. Delores ; uniquely beautiful artist with an inimitable vocal style . The CB's were a badass live band to be sure.

Sarah Agrusa : Irish 🍀 pride 👐🏼

Trev Mac : (i'm proud to be Irish) and she made all us Irish North Americans proud `my granny lived this song in Ireland' Godspeed sweet Dolores ☘

footangnang laaggg : her voice sounds like death, nightmare, afterlife, massacre

Helta Skelter : So So Sad Rip Delores A Wonderful & Beautiful Person Leaves this Mortal Coil :(((( ~X~

andrew alvarado : The song speaks volumes in so many ways! what a beautiful soul

Brannon Adams : crazy.. just last night me and my dad were listening to The Cranberries and saying how much we love them. Too young. RIP

Kyle Maxwell : I remember watching this live as a teenager and crushing on her so hard. She was a voice of our generation.

Jordan A : One great performance! And Dolores's voice sounds as incredible as the studio version

Micah Vitko : The saddest thing is that you can show this to some people, especially kids now, and they will just think it's noise. They ignore all emotion. This is just such a powerful song, words can't explain.

Jamal Mejia : Rip delores we all love you.