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Oh Yeah - Ash - 1977 (Cassette, Album)

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  1. The discography of Ash, a Northern Irish alternative rock band, consists of seven studio albums, one live album, two compilation albums, one EP and sixty singles. Ash discography Ash .
  2. "Oh Yeah" is a song by Ash, released as the fifth single from their album on 24 June It was released as a single CD, a 7" vinyl (the limited edition 7" was yellow and came with a picture sleeve), and as a cassette. The UK Promo version of the track is thought of as quite rare, and a .
  3. Ash may not be the greatest musicians in the world The summery artlessness of "Oh Yeah" and "Let It Flow" which sound exactly what they are: songs written by kids only just out of school. I could have done without the self-induced vomiting though hidden at the end of an album but, outside of that, is a heck of a rush.
  4. Oh Yeah Lyrics: Oh yeah, she was taking me over / And oh yeah, it was the start of the summer / On warm June evenings she would come to my house / Still in her school skirt and her summer blouse.
  5. "Goldfinger" is a song by Ash, released from their album on 15 April The song was written by Tim Wheeler and produced by Owen Morris. It was released as a single CD, a 7" vinyl (the limited edition 7" comes with a golden glitter clear vinyl and an .
  6. This party band from Ireland, led by Tim Wheeler who writes, sings and plays guitar, rocks out nicely on "" Wheeler himself can be romantic ("Goldfinger," "Lost in You"), reminiscing ("Oh Yeah") and sometimes regretful ("Gone the Dream). "" is usually a constant power rush of guitars, accompanied by soft lyrics sometimes lost within/5(45).
  7. Ash's full-length debut "" was released in and followed 's mini album "Trailer". Named after the year they were all born (and in honour of the year Star Wars was released), " read more.
  8. , an Album by Ash. Released in on Infectious (catalog no. INFECT 40LP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Power Pop, Alternative Rock.

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