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Ash - Return of White Rabbit

  by Anthony Strutt

published: 10 / 8 / 2009



Ash - Return of White Rabbit
Label: Atomic Heart
Format: 7"

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Experimental latest single from Ash, the letter 'R' in an A-Z series of limited to 1,000 only 7 inches and downloads


This is letter 'R' in an A-Z series of limited to 1,000 only 7 inches and downloads from the Irish band Ash who aren't releasing LPs anymore. The band are releasing these every 2 weeks and selling them only via the band's website. 'Return of White Rabbit' is very different from the usual Ash affair. Tim Wheeler's guitar has a swagger. Mark Hamilton's bass playing is heavy in a Crazy Horse way, and Rick McMurray's drums are very funky. 'Return of White Rabbit' sounds unlike anything Ash have done before and like a band trying to experiment



Track Listing:-
1 Return Of White Rabbit


Band Links:-
http://www.ash-official.com/
http://www.facebook.com/ash
http://twitter.com/ashofficial



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