Album artist 198 - The Cranberries

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This page lists the album chart runs of The Cranberries. A list of songs by The Cranberries can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Album Title Year Chart Entries
1 The Cranberries No Need To Argue 1994 Canada 1 for 3 weeks - 1995, Germany 1 for 6 weeks - Feb 1995, Germany 1 - Nov 1994 (31 weeks), Europe num 1 for 8 weeks - Jan 1995, Austria 1 - Dec 1994 (7 months), Sweden 1 - Oct 1994 (41 weeks), Australia num 1 for 1 week - Jan 1995, New Zealand 1 for 4 - Mar 1995, US 7 X Platinum (certified by RIAA in Oct 1996), UK 3 x Platinum (certified by BPI in Jun 1996), France Diamond (certified by SNEP Oct 1994), Europe 5 x Platinum (certified by IFIP in 1997), UK 2 - Oct 1994 (78 weeks), Switzerland 2 - Nov 1994 (49 weeks), Germany Platinum (certified by BMieV in 1994), Norway 3 - Oct 1994 (22 weeks), Australia (ARIA) 3 of 1995, France (InfoDisc) 3 of 1994 (peak 1, 76 weeks), Billboard 6 - Oct 1994 (90 weeks) (9 weeks in top 10), US BB 9 of 1995, US sales 7 M (according to RIAA), US CashBox 11 of 1995, Italy 11 of 1995, Worldwide 82 - 12 M, WXPN 734 (1994)
2 The Cranberries To The Faithful Departed 1996 Europe num 1 for 2 weeks - May 1996, Sweden 1 - May 1996 (18 weeks), Australia num 1 for 1 week - May 1996, New Zealand 1 for 1 - May 1996, US 2 X Platinum (certified by RIAA in Jan 1997), UK 2 - May 1996 (19 weeks), Germany 2 - May 1996 (10 weeks), France Platinum (certified by SNEP Apr 1996), Europe Platinum (certified by IFIP in 1996), Switzerland 3 - May 1996 (20 weeks), Norway 3 - May 1996 (38 weeks), Billboard 4 - May 1996 (51 weeks) (5 weeks in top 10), UK Gold (certified by BPI in Apr 1996), Germany Gold (certified by BMieV in 1996), Austria 6 - Jun 1996 (4 months), France (InfoDisc) 15 of 1996 (peak 1, 49 weeks), Italy 19 of 1996, Australia (ARIA) 23 of 1996, US BB 35 of 1996
3 The Cranberries Bury The Hatchet 1999 Canada 1 for 1 week - 1999, Germany 1 for 1 week - May 1999, Germany 1 - May 1999 (6 weeks), Europe num 1 for 4 weeks - May 1999, Switzerland 1 - May 1999 (17 weeks), France Platinum (certified by SNEP Dec 1999), Europe Platinum (certified by IFIP in 1999), Norway 4 - Apr 1999 (13 weeks), Sweden 4 - Apr 1999 (7 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Jun 1999), Germany Gold (certified by BMieV in 2000), UK 7 - May 1999 (4 weeks), Austria 8 - May 1999 (3 months), Billboard 13 - May 1999 (10 weeks), Italy 14 of 1999, France (InfoDisc) 22 of 1999 (peak 2, 53 weeks), US BB 114 of 1999, UK Silver (certified by BPI in Jul 1999)
4 The Cranberries Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? 1993 UK 1 - Mar 1993 (86 weeks), US 5 X Platinum (certified by RIAA in Jan 1999), UK 2 x Platinum (certified by BPI in Feb 1996), France Gold (certified by SNEP Mar 1993), Billboard 18 - Jul 1993 (130 weeks), US sales 5 M (according to RIAA), Sweden 24 - Jan 1995 (5 weeks), Australia (ARIA) 50 of 1995, France (InfoDisc) 77 of 1996 (peak 10, 14 weeks), Acclaimed 2389 (1992), RYM 147 of 1993
5 The Cranberries Wake Up And Smell The Coffee 2001 France 2 X Gold (certified by SNEP Dec 2001), Canada Gold (certified by CRIA in Nov 2001), Switzerland 6 - Oct 2001 (6 weeks), Germany 7 - Oct 2001 (1 week), Norway 16 - Oct 2001 (2 weeks), Austria 19 - Nov 2001 (1 month), Sweden 27 - Oct 2001 (2 weeks), Italy 43 of 2001, Billboard 46 - Nov 2001 (4 weeks), France (InfoDisc) 62 of 2001 (peak 2, 35 weeks)
6 The Cranberries Stars, The Best Of 1992-2002 2002 Europe Platinum (certified by IFIP in 2007), Switzerland 4 - Sep 2002 (8 weeks), Norway 6 - Oct 2002 (6 weeks), UK 20 - Sep 2002 (1 week), Austria 23 - Oct 2002 (1 month), Sweden 37 - Oct 2002 (1 week), Italy 38 of 2002
7 The Cranberries Roses 2012 Germany 13 - Mar 2012 (1 week), Billboard 51 - Mar 2012 (2 weeks)

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2 Dec 2014

Double Listing - Everybody Else Is Doing It

#4 & #7 are the same.

Data fixed, thanks