It's a melting pot of pop styles, basically because the members of the band are so young, they haven't conformed to the standards of the indie and punk subcultures.
Released: Jun 25, 2002
This is a happy kick, with big guitars and a big attack and onrushing energy, and it's no tedious retro punk record, either.
The ultimate double CD release for Ash fans featuring all their 7" singles plus a bonus disc including 22 B-sides and rarities as Chosen by Ash Fans through the band's website.
Very limited live radio session recorded in October, 1996 inAustralia at radio station JJJ.
Released: Jun 29, 2004
By Meltdown, Ash were establishing a pattern: each odd-numbered album has been a difficult, rockier affair, while each even-numbered album showed off their sublimely poppy side.
While Nu-Clear Sounds lacks the immediate appeal of Ash's previous outing, 1977, over the course of repeated listens it emerges as the group's most bracing effort to date.
Released: Sep 29, 2003
This disk appears to have all the hall marks of a reasonable little music DVD, good selection of tracks, Dolby Digital etc. that it until you introduce the DVD to a player.
More than a decade after they formed in their native Belfast, Ash's rugged individuality remained intact; here's where it all began. Heavy guitar devotees shouldn't miss this one.