No Need To Argue by The Cranberries, the album that contained the song Zombie and what was it the best seller of his entire career, will be reissued on November 13 in a remastered version that will include unreleased songs.

It will be, the record company Universal Music has advanced this Wednesday, in double CD or double LP format with three B-sides which were taken from the original tapes: Away, I Don’t Need Y So Cold In Ireland.

In addition, to the original repertoire 19 other themes will be incorporated, two of which had not been officially released in any format: Yesterday’s Gone, which was recorded during their acoustic concert for MTV in New York in 1995, and the demo of Serious, which until now only existed as a direct with low quality on YouTube.

No Need to Argue was first published in October 1994 and its reissue comes just a few months after the video clip of Zombie exceed one billion visits, becoming the fifth most watched rock style of all time.

Written by Dolores O’Riordan as a protest song, after the IRA attacks in Warrington in which two children died and 56 others were injured in March 1993, the cut was recorded at Windmill Lane Studios in Dublin and was produced by veteran Cranberries contributor Stephen Street.

From his hand, No Need To Argue became the Irish group’s best-selling album, with 17 million copies released throughout the world and other famous songs from his repertoire such as Ode To My Family The Ridiculous Thoughts. Already in 2018 the debut of The Cranberries was also reissued, Everybody Else Is Doing It So Why Can’t We? (1993), which included hits like Linger The Dreams.

Portada de ‘Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?’, el primer álbum de The Cranberries

After eight studio records, the group’s career ended in 2019 with the publication of the last of them, In the End, which hit the market as a posthumous tribute after the unexpected death in November 2018 of its singer, Dolores O’Riordan.