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  • Audio CD (13 Jan. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Infectious
  • ASIN: B00022GITS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 533,795 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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By A Customer on 19 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Sorry, that was an awful one-liner. Anyway, I never used to be an Ash fan, especially after listening to 'Nu-Clear Sounds', but I have to say that 'Free All Angels' has completely converted me. It was the single release of 'Sometimes' that prompted me to buy the album, and I can't say I'm disappointed. Aside from the poor 'Shark' and 'Submission', you will listen to the songs on this album again and again (I know, I listened to it all summer). 'Candy', although a good pop song, does not seem to fit with Ash's usual punky style. 'Cherry Bomb', 'Burn Baby Burn', 'Nicole', 'World Domination' and 'Pacific Palisades' are real rocking tracks, whereas 'There's a Star' and 'Someday' are more ballady, though nevertheless well worth listening to. The first track, 'Walking Barefoot' is a complete Ash classic, as is 'Shining Light'. And then there's 'Sometimes' - quite simply the best thing Tim Wheeler has ever written.
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By A Customer on 23 May 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is quite simply a stunning album, full of incendiary summer-loving pop-rock songs that demonstrate a band doing their utmost to save the world from Westlife and Slipknot.
The opening salvo constitutes quite possibly the best three tracks of 2001. Walking Barefoot is a bona fide classic, which epitomises the whole spirit of the album and will soundtrack every summer until the end of time. Shining Light has a wonderfully memorable pop hook, and Burn Baby Burn is as explosive and energetic a track as Tim Wheeler ever wrote.
Interspersed between the full-on adrenaline rush of the faster tracks, there are some sublime ballads here too. Sometimes is the best example - a bittersweet summer soft-rock masterpiece. The band have also invested in an immense string section, which features on Candy, Someday and most effectively on the atmospheric There's A Star.
The main topics of songwriting are girls, summer and both at once, but variety is shown on Nicole, which, incredibly, is about murdering your girlfriend! Pacific Palisades and the appropriately named Cherry Bomb are two more storming, hell-for-leather pop explosions, with lyrics about Benzedrine and teenage crushes in school corridors.
All in all, then, a terrific return to form for Britain's brightest stars.
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By A Customer on 13 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The first 3 tracks alone warrant purchase of this album. "Walking Barefoot", one of the most stunning songs I have ever heard, both brings a lump to your throat and puts you on top of the world. The lyrics "You were broke all summer,but you still sing, don't need money when its sunny, don't need anything, just need music and sun and laughter, no currency, the sun on your bare shoulders comes for free" are beautiful, and "Walking Barefoot" has convinced me that Tim Wheeler is a genius.
We then have the melodic Shining Light, and inspirational track, and then the second best song, "Burn Baby Burn", which just puts you in rocking bliss for the whole 3 minutes and 29 seconds. After this wonderful trio, the great songs continue, notably Cherry Bomb, Pacific Palisades, Sometimes and Nicole.
"Shark", "Submisson", and "Someday" are relatively weak, but apart from that, the album is superb. Buy it!
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By A Customer on 11 May 2003
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Free All Angels – Ash’s most recent album and the one that proved to the world that they’ve still got it. That is, the ability to produce songs of the utmost quality, with that Ash vibe that makes you feel like every day should be a summer’s day. This is certainly the case with standout tracks “Walking Barefoot”, “Burn Baby Burn” and “Sometimes”, which are slightly more poppy than Ash’s previous releases, but they make the transition well. There’s still diversity like with 1977 with the more edgy tracks such as “Nicole” and “Shark” for fans who prefer the heavier Ash. There are a few tracks, however, that don’t quite seem to flow – namely “Candy”, and the rushed “World Domination”. Aside from these, “Free All Angels” sees Ash continue to do what they do best, and is a very welcome and much anticipated comeback release – which hasn’t failed to disappoint.
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Trailer was almost a veiled warning of what was to come with the UK chart-destroying 1977. Ash had arrived and were sticking around for a bit. And they had brought some tunes with them. Nu-Clear Sounds was another slight of hand by the band that most didn't gel with but most of the ballad-heavy album was pure underground-sounding genius. So nobody expected their return to be as explosive. Mixing the rawness of all they had done prior with the pop nous of 1977, Free All Angels knocked everyone for 6 with its infectious melodies and fervent passion.

Almost every track was single-worthy but the ones that made the grade were all top drawer. The best being 'Shining Light', 'There's a Star' and 'Burn Baby Burn'. But the delicate opener, 'Walking Barefoot' was equally as beguiling, as were the more punk orientated 'Pacific Palisades' and 'Chery Bomb'.

I could go through every track but suffice it to say that Ash had reached a pinnacle here. Yes it was pop. No it was not new and groundbreaking. But it was emminently listenable and most tracks have stood the test of time with a lot still getting airplay today (as of 2011).

They would continue to write well, and arguably better material, to date but that can be seen as a different era for the band. The first 4 albums encapsulated a period of post Brit-pop anarchy that exuded fun and jollity over self-indulgence and false superiority.

Music should bring a smile to your face and make you feel better. This album does that in spades.
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