History Music / Ash

2nd Aug '17 4:55:16 PM Exxolon
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->''Do you remember the time I knew a girl from mars?\\

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->''Do you remember the time I knew a girl from mars?\\Mars?\\



I still love you girl from mars...''

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I still love you girl from mars...Mars...''
2nd Aug '17 4:55:03 PM Exxolon
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->''Do you remember the time I knew a girl from mars?\\
I don't know if you knew that,\\
Oh we'd stay up late playing cards Henri Winterman cigars,\\
Though she never told me her name,\\
I still love you girl from mars...''
-->"Girl From Mars"
9th Dec '16 1:54:27 AM LondonKdS
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Without explicitly mentioning anything sexual, the lyrics of "Goldfinger" are rather obviously about a teenage boy anticipating his and his girlfriend's mutual defloration.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Without explicitly mentioning anything sexual, the lyrics of "Goldfinger" are rather obviously about a teenage boy anticipating his and his girlfriend's planned mutual defloration.
9th Dec '16 1:54:02 AM LondonKdS
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Without explicitly mentioning anything sexual, the lyrics of "Goldfinger" are rather obviously about a teenage boy anticipating his and his girlfriend's mutual defloration.
25th Aug '16 12:56:07 AM PaulA
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* LongRunner: One of the few Britpop bands still going (without breaking up and reforming later).
1st Jul '16 3:48:23 PM MikeK
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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: "Grey Will Fade", a BSide to "There's A Star", was written by Charlotte Hatherley and mostly performed by her alone - The only other member of the band appearing on the song is Rick [=McMurray=] on drums. A re-recorded version would become the TitleTrack of her first solo album.
10th Apr '16 2:35:05 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:267:Ash's old lineup]]

Ash is an AlternativeRock band started in 1992 in UsefulNotes/NorthernIreland. Its lineup consists of:

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[[caption-width-right:267:Ash's [[caption-width-right:267: Ash's old lineup]]

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Ash is an AlternativeRock band started in 1992 in UsefulNotes/NorthernIreland. Its lineup line-up consists of:



Their style can be generally summed up as {{Britpop}} with elements of {{Grunge}}, PopPunk and PowerPop, although recently they've been experimenting with [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] and synths.

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Their style can be generally summed up as {{Britpop}} with elements of {{Grunge}}, PopPunk and PowerPop, although recently they've been experimenting with [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] {{NewWave|Music}} and synths.



Not to be confused with [[Franchise/EvilDead that other]] [[{{Anime/Pokemon}} Ash]] or ''Literature/AshASecretHistory''.

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Not to be confused with [[Franchise/EvilDead that other]] [[{{Anime/Pokemon}} [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} Ash]] or ''Literature/AshASecretHistory''.

[[AC:Discography:]]
''Literature/AshASecretHistory.''
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!!Tropes that apply to the band include:

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!!Tropes
!! Tropes
that apply to the band include:



* CoverVersion: "Punk Boy" by Helen Love (on ''Trailer''), the aforementioned ''Franchise/StarWars'' theme and "Cantina Band" by Music/JohnWilliams (the latter as a B-side for "Girl from Mars"), "Gimme Some Truth" by Music/JohnLennon (as a B-side for "Angel Interceptor"), "Get Ready" by Music/TheTemptations (B-side for "Goldfinger"), "Does Your Mother Know?" by {{ABBA}} (B-side for "Oh Yeah"), "What Deaner Was Talking About" by {{Ween}} (B-side for "A Life Less Ordinary"), "Blew" by Music/{{Nirvana}} and "Who You Drivin' Now?" by Music/{{Mudhoney}} (both B-sides for "Numbskull"), "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones (B-side for "Sometimes"), "Melon Farmer" by Lazer-Gun Nun (on the ''Cosmic Debris'' CD), "Warmer Than Fire" by Little Hell (B-side for "Shining Light").

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* CoverVersion: "Punk Boy" by Helen Love (on ''Trailer''), the aforementioned ''Franchise/StarWars'' theme and "Cantina Band" by Music/JohnWilliams (the latter as a B-side for "Girl from Mars"), "Gimme Some Truth" by Music/JohnLennon (as a B-side for "Angel Interceptor"), "Get Ready" by Music/TheTemptations (B-side for "Goldfinger"), "Does Your Mother Know?" by {{ABBA}} Music/{{ABBA}} (B-side for "Oh Yeah"), "What Deaner Was Talking About" by {{Ween}} Music/{{Ween}} (B-side for "A Life Less Ordinary"), "Blew" by Music/{{Nirvana}} and "Who You Drivin' Now?" by Music/{{Mudhoney}} (both B-sides for "Numbskull"), "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones (B-side for "Sometimes"), "Melon Farmer" by Lazer-Gun Nun (on the ''Cosmic Debris'' CD), "Warmer Than Fire" by Little Hell (B-side for "Shining Light").



* WordSaladTitle: "Astral Conversations with [[Creator/HenriDeToulouseLautrec Toulouse-Lautrec]]", "Message from Creator/OscarWilde and Patrick Brewer", "The Sweetness of Death By the Obsidian Knife", "Everywhere Is All Around" (er... [[CaptainObvious thanks?]]), "Heroin, Vodka, White Noise".

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* WordSaladTitle: "Astral Conversations with [[Creator/HenriDeToulouseLautrec Toulouse-Lautrec]]", "Message from Creator/OscarWilde and Patrick Brewer", "The Sweetness of Death By the Obsidian Knife", "Everywhere Is All Around" (er... [[CaptainObvious thanks?]]), "Heroin, Vodka, White Noise".Noise."
28th Dec '15 3:57:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* CoverVersion: "Punk Boy" by Helen Love (on ''Trailer''), the aforementioned ''Franchise/StarWars'' theme and "Cantina Band" by Music/JohnWilliams (the latter as a B-side for "Girl from Mars"), "Gimme Some Truth" by Music/JohnLennon (as a B-side for "Angel Interceptor"), "Get Ready" by Music/TheTemptations (B-side for "Goldfinger"), "Does Your Mother Know?" by {{ABBA}} (B-side for "Oh Yeah"), "What Deaner Was Talking About" by {{Ween}} (B-side for "A Life Less Ordinary"), "Blew" by Music/{{Nirvana}} and "Who You Drivin' Now?" by {{Mudhoney}} (both B-sides for "Numbskull"), "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones (B-side for "Sometimes"), "Melon Farmer" by Lazer-Gun Nun (on the ''Cosmic Debris'' CD), "Warmer Than Fire" by Little Hell (B-side for "Shining Light").

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* CoverVersion: "Punk Boy" by Helen Love (on ''Trailer''), the aforementioned ''Franchise/StarWars'' theme and "Cantina Band" by Music/JohnWilliams (the latter as a B-side for "Girl from Mars"), "Gimme Some Truth" by Music/JohnLennon (as a B-side for "Angel Interceptor"), "Get Ready" by Music/TheTemptations (B-side for "Goldfinger"), "Does Your Mother Know?" by {{ABBA}} (B-side for "Oh Yeah"), "What Deaner Was Talking About" by {{Ween}} (B-side for "A Life Less Ordinary"), "Blew" by Music/{{Nirvana}} and "Who You Drivin' Now?" by {{Mudhoney}} Music/{{Mudhoney}} (both B-sides for "Numbskull"), "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones (B-side for "Sometimes"), "Melon Farmer" by Lazer-Gun Nun (on the ''Cosmic Debris'' CD), "Warmer Than Fire" by Little Hell (B-side for "Shining Light").
13th Jul '15 12:41:02 AM tenryufan
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* OneOfUs: Considering all the {{Shout Out}}s in the titles ("Luther Ingo's Star Cruiser", "ProfessionalWrestling/HulkHogan Bubblebath", "Darkside Lightside", "Day of the Triffids") and lyrics... yeah, this trope applies. Also, they hired PatLee to draw the cover of ''Intergalactic Sonic 7's'' and are allegedly Weezer fans.
26th May '15 7:20:48 AM GaryKing95
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Their style can be generally summed up as {{Britpop}} with elements of PopPunk and PowerPop, although recently they've been experimenting with [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] and synths.

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Their style can be generally summed up as {{Britpop}} with elements of {{Grunge}}, PopPunk and PowerPop, although recently they've been experimenting with [[NewWaveMusic New Wave]] and synths.
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