Storm Thorgerson's unmistakeable image graces the front of this album, and was later reproduced as a stunning fine art print, and is available to buy from St.Pauls Gallery Birmingham.
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee was the fifth album by The Cranberries. The term "Wake Up And Smell the Coffee" was made famous by a newspaper columnist Ann Landers from her book of the same title. In the US, the album has sold 170,000 copies as of April 2007.
On all releases of the album outside the United States, "Capetown" is replaced with a cover of Elvis Presley's "In the Ghetto" and includes one or two live songs (from the '99 concert in Paris that appears on the band's DVD Beneath the Skin).
There was an additional B-side, titled "Many Days," which was released as a download on The Cranberries' official website. It was later given a "hard release" on the bonus disc of the South East Asia version of the album.