March 10, 2010 15:59

Ash to release 'A-Z' singles compilation album

Band to issue new record on April 19

Ash to release 'A-Z' singles compilation album
Ash have announced that they will release a compilation album to mark reaching the halfway point in their 'A-Z' single release series.

From September the band have been releasing one new single every two weeks, with 'A-Z Volume 1' set to feature the first 13. Despite the name of the singles series, the songs have not been named in any kind of alphabetical order – although there will be 26 in total.

As well as a regular edition the album will be available as a limited CD/DVD package featuring a film of their UK tour last autumn.

The tracklisting of 'A-Z Volume 1' is:

'True Love, 1980'
'Joy Kicks Darkness'
'Arcadia'
'Tracers'
'The Dead Disciples'
'Pripyat'
'Ichiban'
'Space Shot'
'Neon'
'Command'
'Song Of Your Desire'
'Dionysian Urge'
'War With Me'


Ash recently announced details of a UK tour for April.

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