August 6, 2010 21:32

Ash to release part 2 of their 'A-Z' singles compilation

'A-Z Vol 2' will be released on October 11

Ash to release part 2 of their 'A-Z' singles compilation
Ash have announced the release date and tracklisting for part two of their retrospective 'A-Z' singles series.

Entitled 'A-Z Vol 2', the 16-song album will be released on October 11.

The LP will feature the final 13 singles, which the group have been issuing separately every two weeks since October 2009.

The compilation will also include the band's cover of David Bowie's 'Teenage Wildlife' and two new songs, 'Spellbound' and 'Nightfall'.

The tracklisting for 'A-Z Vol 2' is as follows:

'Dare To Dream'
'Mind Control'
'Insects'
'Binary'
'Physical World'
'Spheres'
'Instinct'
'Summer Snow'
'Carnal Love'
'Embers'
'Change Your Name'
'Sky Burial'
'There Is Hope Again'
'Teenage Wildlife'
'Spellbound'
'Nightfall'


Meanwhile, Ash will appear at the Reading and Leeds festivals later this month.

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