Cranberries Release First Song From Final Album

Photo by EDMOND SADAKA EDMOND/SIPA/REX/Shutterstock (8799004e) Dolores O’Riordan The Cranberries in concert, Olympia. Paris, France – 04 May 2017

The Cranberries have released “All Over Now,” the first song from their final album with singer Dolores O’Riordan, who passed away last year. 

“I can’t think of a more fitting way to commemorate the first anniversary of Dolores’ passing and to celebrate her life than to announce to the world the release of her final album with the band,” said Eileen O’Riordan, the singer’s mother, in the album’s announcement.

Bethesda confirms bans for visiting hidden Fallout 76 “developer room”

News of the room’s existence on Fallout 76 servers started leaking out publicly last week, with videos showing an area filled with boxes containing every legitimate item in the game, as well as a few cosmetics and weapons that have yet to be officially released (and a curious human-like NPC named “Wooby.”) Details of the apparent teleport hack being used to access the room in the PC version of the game were harder to come by without lurking in private Discord channels and hacking forums, though.

‘Bewitched’ Theme Song – Lyrics

by Jack Keller and Howard Greenfield

Bewitched, bewitched, you’ve got me in your spell.

Bewitched, bewitched, you know your craft so well.

Before I knew what you were doing, I looked in your eyes.

That brand of woo that you’ve been brewin’

Took me by surprise.

You witch, you witch! One thing that’s for sure,

That stuff you pitch, just hasn’t got a cure. 

My heart was under lock and key, but somehow it got unhitched. 

I never thought my heart could be had.

But now I’m caught and I’m kind of glad

To be bewitched.


SEATTLE: Man Kills His Brother With A 4-Foot Sword , Thought He Was A Lizard Person

“God told me he was a lizard,” Buckey Wolfe told 911 dispatchers, according to charging documents.

Wolfe, 26, was charged Tuesday with the second-degree murder of his brother James and ordered held without bail after prosecutors argued he was “severely mentally ill” and a danger to the community.