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ASH Nu-Clear Sounds (1998 UK 11-track CD album includes the singles Jesus Says Wildsurf and Numbskull picture sleeve INFECT60CD)
It was obvious that Ash couldn't continue the way they had begun. Formed over good times as teenagers in Northern Ireland, Tim Wheeler, Mark Hamilton and Rick McMurray had continued to party like they worked a normal 9 to 5 through the releases of a mini-album, Trailer, and their proper debut, 1977. They were close to breakdown--they had to rethink. The answer came in the shape of a fourth member, Charlotte Hatherley, who took some of the strain and vulnerability that is inevitable with a three-piece. This recruit totally changed their sound, making their guitar noise broader and darker, which caused the record to not achieve the same success as its predecessor. But it is still a great album, from the slouch cool of "Jesus Says", through the Sonic Youth-like burr of "Death Trip 21". But Wheeler's exhaustion at the end of the 1977 touring schedule is most evident, as seen in the songs "Low Ebb", "Numbskull", "Burn Out" and "I'm Gonna Fall". --Charlie Porter
Top Customer Reviews
The album starts powerfully with 'Projects,' which immediately shows that Wheeler's song writing is brilliant, even at it's worst. 'Low Ebb' is another great song with very dark lyrics and in grunge-style. Other songs such as 'Wildsurf' and 'Jesus Says' are also outstanding.
The main strength through this album is how suited Tim Wheeler's voice is to the lyrics of the music. His fragile singing is shown especially in songs such as 'Folk Song,' which is undeniably excellent, and 'Aphrodite.'
It's the most listened-to CD in my collection; no Ash fan should be without it.
In great anticipation of their full-blown follow up 'Nu-Clear Sounds', the aforementioned 'fans' were looking for more of the same poppy vibes. But any good music fan knows that all bands and groups break the surface of pop territory on their debut so they may be noticed from there on with anything they do, but their follow up is always more diverse and basically different from their debut. Most can presume that the influences of Ash and their music is drawn from eighties death rock and early nineties grunge from bands such as 'Iron Maiden' and 'Nirvana'. Their roots come kicking, screaming and tearing through their poppy exterior on 'Nu-Clear Sounds' with much darker, harder material with tracks like 'Death Trip 21' and 'Numbskull' not forgetting their duty to some as a pop group with 'Jesus Says' and 'Wildsurf'. Any true Ash fan will fully acknowledge their efforts at diversity and breaking barriers within their music.
The album begins with the excellently upbeat 'Projects', almost reminiscent of 'Burn Baby Burn' and a real happy head-banger. It is then toned down with the mediocre 'Low Ebb' only to throw us into the fast-paced pop anthems and two of the singles from the album 'Jesus Says' and 'Wild Surf'. Going darker and harder with 'Death Trip 21' and ready you air guitars with an excellent fast frantic and furious riff courtesy of Mr.Wheeler.Read more ›
Death Trip 21
I'm Gonna Fall
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a cracker ... a band that delivers time and time again on ripping melodies and tunes. Almost every track's a crackerPublished 14 months ago by Wilfred
As someone who discover Ash at the tender age of 43 after 'Free all Angels' came out, I was very keen to catch up on what I'd been missing and brought this. Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2014 by Keith Plant
Northern Irish band Ash released their second album 'Nu-Clear Sounds' in 1998, and achieved their second top ten success in the UK album charts with it. Read morePublished on 23 July 2013 by Brit Boy
I would have to say that although ive really gone off the band since Free All Angels, this record which i bought at the time ranks as their best work ever. Read morePublished on 16 July 2008 by Rush Shukla
this is a great album, although its not hard to see why people were disappointed by it when it came out as it is a big change in style from 1977. Read morePublished on 10 July 2008 by Ticks
Got this on Amazon for 98p so can't complain too much, but for me 1977 & Free All Angels were easily their best albums. Read morePublished on 9 April 2007 by Peter Fenton
Until recently, I only owned 1977, Free All Angels and Intergalactic Sonic 7s but one sunny day I decided to finally shell out from my meagre student budget and get Nu-Clear... Read morePublished on 14 May 2003