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1977 (2022 Reissue)

by Ash
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The spectacular debut release from Ash, 1977 was a monumental album in the brit-rock scene, reaching No.1 within the UK and has since become a platinum record. The Northern Irish (NI) band, smashed out the huge singles ‘Girl From Mars’, ‘Kung Fu’, ‘Goldfinger’, ‘Angel Interceptor’ and ‘Oh Yeah’ on the album.

Ash and BMG are proud to reissue Ash’s debut LP ‘1977’ for the first time on stunning black and white splatter vinyl. This album has not been re-issued since it’s 1996 release, so will be an exciting prospect within the brit-rock community. 1977 was included in NME’s 500 best albums of all time, so resonates strongly with a wide audience. Upon release Ash drew critical comparisons to Buzzcocks, Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth, whilst touring with allusive contemporaries Weezer and Smashing Pumpkins and many more.

This re-issue coincides with the release of 1977 on immersive Sony 360RA for the very first time. This unique mix will give fans insight into Tim Wheeler’s sonic spatial sphere bringing Ash’s incredible hits into the new age.

Released: July 2022
Cat: 4050538785463
Label: BMG



Side A:

Lose Control (2022 Remaster)
Goldfinger (2022 Remaster)
Girl From Mars (2022 Remaster)
I’d Give You Anything (2022 Remaster)
Gone The Dream (2022 Remaster)
Kung Fu (2022 Remaster)

Side B:

Oh Yeah (2022 Remaster)
Let It Flow (2022 Remaster)
Innocent Smile (2022 Remaster)
Angel Interceptor (2022 Remaster)
Lost In You (2022 Remaster)
Darkside Lightside (2022 Remaster)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Paul (Bill) Billingham
Still one the best!

Whats not to love about Ash? Killer power-pop with energy to die for. Its about time this was available on vinyl again and the sonics are a definetely better, but its still not an audiophile record - but then again, its pop-punk!