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Wood, Mikael (15–21 April 2005). "Ash Meltdown". The Boston Phoenix. Archived from the original on 5 July 2008 . Retrieved 20 February 2023. Crossing, Gary (31 January 2001). "Shining Light". Dotmusic. Archived from the original on 17 January 2003 . Retrieved 9 November 2020.Lloyd, Jeremy. "Ash - Starcrossed (Infectious)". musicOMH. Archived from the original on 13 May 2007 . Retrieved 12 November 2020. Tone E. "Interview: Charlotte Hatherley". Atomicduster. Archived from the original on 8 November 2012 . Retrieved 19 May 2023. a b "Austriancharts.at – Ash – Free All Angels" (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 11 November 2020. Bansal, Vik (3 August 2005). "Interview – Charlotte Hatherley". NME. Archived from the original on 26 May 2013 . Retrieved 16 January 2021.

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Burn, Bus, Burn!". NME. 23 June 2005. Archived from the original on 13 November 2020 . Retrieved 12 November 2020. Free All Angels entered the UK Album Chart at number one, [89] and peaked at number two in Ireland and Scotland. [90] [91] It reached number 11 on the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, [92] number 20 in Norway, [93] number 28 in Austria, [94] number 32 in New Zealand, [95] number 34 in Germany, [96] number 43 in Australia, [97] number 58 in Sweden, [98] and number 121 in France. [99] The album was later certified platinum in the UK. [100] There's a Star" was released as a single on 31 December 2001. Two versions were released on CD: one with "No Place to Hide" and "Coasting", and the other with "Here Comes the Music" and "Grey Will Fade" as its B-sides. [48] The song's music video was filmed in Iceland during a heatwave, much to the disappointment of the band, who hoped to make it look like Hoth from Star Wars (1977). [65] Candy" (sleeve). Ash. Infectious Records. 2001. infec106cdsp. {{ cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link) Free All Angels (sleeve). Ash. Kinetic Records. 2002. 67728-54715-2. {{ cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link)Meltdown (sleeve). Ash. Sony Records. 2004. SICP 578~9. {{ cite AV media notes}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link) Walking Barefoot", "Shining Light", "Burn Baby Burn", "Candy", "Sometimes" and "There's a Star" were included on the band's first compilation album Intergalactic Sonic 7″s (2003). [67] "Walking Barefoot", "Shining Light", "Burn Baby Burn", and "Sometimes" were included on their second compilation album The Best of Ash (2011). [68] "Shining Light", "Burn Baby Burn", "Candy", "Sometimes", and "There's a Star" were released on 7" vinyl as part of ' 94–'04 The 7" Singles Box Set (2019). [69] "Walking Barefoot", "Shining Light", "Burn Baby Burn", and "Sometimes" were included on the band's third compilation album Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years of Ash (2020). [70] Touring and television [ edit ] Starcrossed" is a string-led power ballad that is reminiscent of the material on Free All Angels. [24] [32] It re-tells the story of Romeo and Juliet. [19] "Out of the Blue" evokes " Song 2" (1997) by Blur and "Surf Wax America" (1994) by Weezer. [33] [34] Wheeler said the final version of "Out of the Blue" is the result of merging two separate songs. [35] " Renegade Cavalcade" features staccato guitar parts during the verses. [24] "Detonator" utilizes the talking guitar in vein of Peter Frampton during the verse sections; it is followed by the Foo Fighters-esque "On a Wave". [5] [36] "Won't Be Saved" is similar to the band's earlier material and was nearly left off the final version of the album but the band's agent persuaded them to keep it. [31] [37] "Vampire Love", which has Placebo-like lyrics and a cello part played by Oli Kraus, closes the album. [18] [12] Release [ edit ]

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